(CNN) - In the wake of a high-profile two week publicity tour, Sarah Palin's memoir "Going Rogue: An American Life" has landed at the top of the New York Times bestseller list.
The former Alaska governor's book takes over the top spot previously held by tennis legend Andre Agassi's tell-all, "Open."
Another potential 2012 contender is also making a strong showing on this week's list: Mike Huckabee's "A simple Christmas" is at No. 5.
The Associated Press reported last week Palin sold 700,000 copies of her memoir in its first week, a number that far surpasses most political books. But it falls short of the more than 900,000 copies sold of Bill Clinton's 2004 memoir "My Life" during its debut week.