Levin Tops O'Reilly, Tebow On Bestseller List

By Craig Bannister | January 24, 2012 | 1:40pm EST

What do Mark Levin, Tim Tebow, and Bill O’Reilly have in common?

The answer: They currently own the top three spots on the Barnes & Noble adult, nonfiction, hardcover bestseller list.

Conservative radio host Mark Levin’s “Ameritopia” is #1, followed by conservative television/radio host Bill O’Reilly.

Then, there’s Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow’s “Through My Eyes.” Tebow, of course, has been the target of media attacks for his candid Christianity and pro-life values.

So, what does this mean? Are conservatives the only people buying books these days?

Or, are conservative authors articulating a message Americans are hungering to hear?

Regardless, here are Barnes & Noble’s top ten best selling hardcover books for the week beginning, Jan. 24:

  1. Ameritopia - Mark R. Levin
  2. Killing Lincoln - O'Reilly B
  3. Through My Eyes - Tebow T
  4. American Sniper - Chris Kyle
  5. Steve Jobs - Isaacson W
  6. End of Illness - David B. Agus
  7. Deliciously G-Free - Elisabeth Hasselbeck
  8. StrengthsFinder 2.0 - Tom Rath
  9. Unbroken - Hillenbrand L
  10. Heaven is for Real - Burpo Todd
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