11. THE COURAGE TO BE RICH by Suze Orman (Riverhead: $24.95) Attention, 'fraidy-cats: Dump that savings account earning 2% and look for better investments.
Last Week: 6; Weeks on List: 7
12. UNCOVERING CLINTON by Michael Isikoff (Crown: $25) A reporter's account of his embattled efforts to bring to light the stories of Monica Lewinsky, Paula Jones and Co.
Last Week: 11; Weeks on List: 2
13. THE CENTURY \o7 by Peter Jennings and Todd Brewster (Doubleday: $60) \f7 The story of our last 100 years; a companion to an upcoming ABC special.
Last Week: 14; Weeks on List: 20
14. MONICA'S STORY \o7 by Andrew Morton (St. Martin's Press: $24.95)\f7 Monica Lewinsky's account of the nature of her relationship with President Clinton.
Last Week: 13; Weeks on List: 8
15. ANOTHER COUNTRY \o7 by Mary Pipher (Riverhead: $24.95)\f7 Old age and its myriad concerns, financial, physical and emotional, and a criticism of our youth-obsessed culture.
Last Week: 9; Weeks on List: 2
1. MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA \o7 by Arthur Golden (Vintage: $14)\f7 The life and loves of a teahouse entertainer in Kyoto.
2. THE PILOT'S WIFE \o7 by Anita Shreve (Little, Brown: $13.95)\f7 A woman's disturbing discoveries after a fatal plane crash.
3. HE READER \o7 by Bernhard Schlink (Vintage: $11)\f7 A boyhood fling with an older woman and its aftermath.
4. A WIDOW FOR ONE YEAR \o7 by John Irving (Ballantine: $14.95) \f7 A Dickensian story of a woman with great expectations.
5. CHARMING BILLY \o7 by Alice McDermott (Delta: $12.95)\f7 A family reflects on the life of a deceased relative.
6. DAMASCUS GATE \o7 by Robert Stone (Scribner: $14)\f7 Foiling a terrorist plan to blow up Jerusalem's Temple Mount.
7. N IS FOR NOOSE \o7 by Sue Grafton (Fawcett: $7.99)\f7 Kinsey Millhone investigates another detective's sudden death.
8. THE ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT \o7 by Jeffrey Archer (HarperCollins: $7.99) \f7 A spy faces a new Cold War.
9. SUDDEN MISCHIEF \o7 by Robert B. Parker (Jove: $6.99)\f7 A new case puts Spenser and Susan's relationship on the line.
10. INNER HARBOR \o7 by Nora Roberts (Penguin: $7.50) \f7 The lives and loves of three brothers on Chesapeake Bay.
1. GUNS, GERMS AND STEEL \o7 by Jared Diamond (W.W. Norton: $14.95)\f7 The part played by this triad in history.
2. CRIME WAVE \o7 by James Ellroy (Vintage: $12)\f7 Essays, plus two stories, about L.A.'s seamy, undead past.
3. OCTOBER SKY \o7 by Homer Hickam (Dell: $6.99) \f7 A boy from Coalwood, W. Va., becomes a NASA scientist.
4. REAL BOYS \o7 by William Pollack (Owl Books: $13.95)\f7 Raising a healthy male child in spite of society's mixed messages.
5. FALLING LEAVES \o7 by Adeline Yen Mah (Broadway: $13)\f7 Life under an oppressive stepmother in mainland China.
6. OUR DUMB CENTURY \o7 by The Onion staff (Three Rivers: $15) \f7 Satiric headlines from a popular humor publication.
7. A CHILD CALLED "IT" \o7 by Dave Pelzer (Health Communications: $13.95)\f7 A survivor's story of abuse.
8. GIRL BOSS \o7 by Stacy Kravetz (Girl Press: $17.95)\f7 Running the show like the big chicks.
9. UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN \o7 by Frances Mayes (Broadway: $13) \f7 Restoring a cozy home in a glorious Italian landscape.
10. UNDERGROUND GUIDE TO LOS ANGELES \o7 edited by Pleasant Gehman. (Manic D Press: $13.95)\f7 L.A.'s dark underbelly.
Rankings are based on a Times poll of Southland bookstores.