Bestsellers

This week's bestsellers

Hardcover Fiction

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A high school star athlete and a loner connect while attending Trinity College in Dublin.
(Hogarth: $26)
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A young woman living on her own in the coastal marshes of North Carolina becomes a murder suspect.
(G.P Putnam's Sons: $26)
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The course of an American family over three generations, from the 1930s to present day.
(Flatiron: $27.99)
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Rowley Jefferson agrees to be the biographer for his best friend Greg Heffley while writing in a diary of his own.
(Amulet: $13.99)
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Detective Daniel Hawthorne teams up with narrator Anthony Horowitz to solve the mysterious killing of a celebrity divorce lawyer.
(Harper: $27.99)
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A treasure hunter meets the caretaker of a house that may have gold hidden beneath it.
(Grand Central: $29)
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A body is unearthed in Griffith Park in the wake of Pearl Harbor.
(Knopf: $29.95)
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A retelling of the story of Circe, who draws the wrath of both men and gods.
(Little, Brown: $27)
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An ancient guild of female divers on a South Korean Island reckon with the destruction of modernity from 1938 to 2008
(Scribner: $27)
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A love triangle between a couple and a synthetic human set in an alternative 1980s London.
(Nan A. Talese: $26.95)
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A group of young women romp through the theater world of 1940s New York City.
(Riverhead: $28)
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A beekeeper’s quiet life is unsettled by her demanding mother and flamboyant sister.
(William Morrow: $16.79)
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An alien scientist makes a shocking discovery and eight other short sci-fi stories.
(Knopf: $25.95)
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Drue Cambell finds herself entangled in a decades-old mystery that may involve the people she loves.
(St. Martin's: $28.99)
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An unmarried 40-year-old woman living with her father uses 30 days of paid time to visit four neglected friends.
(Penguin Press: $26)
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Detective Amos Decker discovers a mistake he made as a rookie detective may have deadly consequences.
(Grand Central: $29)
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A near-future tale set on a surrogacy facility for the super-rich.
(Random House: $27)
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Detective Lindsay Boxer's investigates the disappearance of three teachers.
(Little, Brown: $29)
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Stranded in Mexico, spy school friends try to take down an evil organization.
(Simon & Schuster: $17.99)
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A nurse with a flair for cleaning, helps cover up her sister’s habit of killing her boyfriends.
(Doubleday: $22.95)
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Hardcover Nonfiction

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The Pulitzer Prize-winning historian rediscovers the settling of the Northwest Territory through five pioneers.
(Simon & Schuster: $30)
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The radio interviewer shares his most memorable on-air conversations from the past four decades.
(Simon & Schuster: $35)
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The story of the 1986 fire at the Los Angeles Public Library.
(Simon & Schuster: $28)
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The radio host takes a critical look at the role of the press and its political ideology.
(Threshold: $28)
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A graduation speech from Adm. William H. McRavenat the University of Texas.
(Grand Central: $18)
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The cult filmmaker dishes on his decades of outrageousness in the entertainment world.
(FSG: $27)
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The former first lady recounts her childhood in Chicago, meeting Barack and their years in the White House.
(Crown: $32.35)
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How not being positive all the time will make us become happier people.
(HarperOne: $24.99)
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A memoir from the four-star Navy admiral includes the raid that killed Osama bin Laden and the capture of Saddam Hussein.
(Grand Central: $30)
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The travel writer and journalist contemplates how to hold on to the things we love.
(Knopf: $31)
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How to lead a meaningful life in a self-centered world.
(Random House: $28)
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The initial volume of the Revolution Trilogy recounts the first twenty-one months of America’s violent war for independence.
(Holt: $40)
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A young woman raised without schooling by survivalists describes her path to Cambridge University.
(Random House: $28)
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A definitive history of Hollywood's most iconic, storied, and scandalous hotel.
(Doubleday: $28.95)
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The mystery surrounding Harper Lee's only work of nonfiction, and the shocking crimes at the center of it.
(Knopf: $26.95)
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The author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck dissects religion, politics, and relationships with money, entertainment & the internet.
(Harper: $28)
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Joys & Absurdities of Modern Fatherhood.
(Prospect: $18.95)
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The former editor of Gourmet Magazine shares an insider account of the world of food culture.
(Random House: $27)
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The Less Than Zero author takes on Political Correctness.
(Knopf: $25.95)
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A memoir by the Grammy Award-winning folk and alternative rock musician
(Viking: $28)
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