Last month's best-seller lists revealed only two big changes in the ranking of popular favorites. Five months after publication. Louis Bromfield's The Rains Came suddenly got its second wind, spurted ahead of Sinclair Lewis' The Prodigal Parents. And among non-fiction best-sellers Dale Carnegie's How to Win Friends and Influence People wobbled out of first place, was crowded hard for third by two newcomers, Edward Ellsberg's Hell on Ice and Rene Belbenoit's Dry Guillotine.
THE CITADELA. J. Cronin Little, Brown ($2.50).
NORTHWEST PASSAGE Kenneth Roberts Doubleday, Doran ($2.50).
THE RAINS CAME Louis...