Bestsellers

Hardcover Fiction

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Sookie Stackhouse becomes more deeply entwined in supernatural vampire games in this 11th book of the series.
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The Kane siblings search for the Book of Ra in this second of a three-part series.
(Hyperion: $18.99)
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A tale of Ernest Hemingway and his first wife, Hadley, set in 1920s Paris.
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Lucas Davenport reinvestigates an old case when the bodies of two young girls, missing for decades, turn up.
(Putnam: $27.95)
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A sci-fi vision of America’s future from the actor-filmmaker.
(St. Martin's: $25.99)
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The last Spenser novel by the late author teams the P.I. with a bad-boy actor’s bodyguard.
(Putnam: $26.95)
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Two former Secret Service agents investigate the murder of an alleged serial killer's lawyer.
(Grand Central: $27.99)
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The lifelong friendship between a minister’s daughter and a boy from the Wampanoag tribe.
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Ayla and her family travel to sacred caves in this final installment of the Earth's Children series.
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Hunger Games winners face the consequences of their victory.
(Scholastic: $17.99)
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The breakdown of a Midwestern family.
(Farrar, Straus & Giroux: $28)
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Foreclosure may be tied to a banker’s murder in the latest Mickey Haller novel.
(Little, Brown: $27.99)
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The late author’s unfinished novel explores life’s meaning among characters in an I.R.S. office.
(Little, Brown: $27.99)
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No one is safe in the final installment of the Hunger Games trilogy.
(Scholastic: $17.99)
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Tom Clancy with Grant Blackwood
Jack Ryan Jr. and his colleagues are on the trail of the world's most dangerous terrorist.
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A man confesses to the crime for which another man is about to be executed.
(Doubleday: $28.95)
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Det. Harry Hole investigates a serial killer whose calling card is the appearance of a mysterious snowman near crime scenes.
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Hardcover Nonfiction

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How the self-deprecating actress, mom and writer rocked the world of comedy.
(Reagan Arthur: $26.99)
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Complex ties between the U.S. ambassador’s family and the Nazi elite in 1930s Berlin.
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Chelsea Handler, et al.
Tricks and tomfoolery the comic has played on family and friends.
(Grand Central: $24.99)
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A no-holds-barred memoir by Aerosmith’s lead singer.
(Ecco: $27.99)
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The story of Louis Zamperini, a World War II bombardier, POW and Olympian.
(Random House: $27)
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Insights from the feisty octogenarian.
(Putnam: $25.95)
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The former Brat Packer writes frankly of his early partying days.
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A go-to guide to diabolical insects.
(Algonquin: $18.95)
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Witty musings from the Comedy Central host.
(Grand Central: $24.99)
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The life of Stanley Ann Dunham, mother of Barack Obama.
(Riverhead: $26.95)
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The award-winning actress on love, annoyances and more.
(Atria: $22)
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The president invites children into the worlds of 13 famous Americans.
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A look at brain science told through social behaviors of a fictional couple.
(Random House: $27)
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The singer recounts her difficult childhood and personal tragedies and how she was able to move on.
(Simon & Schuster: $27.99)
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The infamous queen of Egypt as a political power player.
(Little, Brown: $29.99)
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The famed prosecutor makes his case for agnosticism.
(Vanguard: $26.99)
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