Bestsellers

Hardcover Fiction

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Henry VIII and Thomas Cromwell's vicious maneuvering continue in this sequel to "Wolf Hall."
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Irving’s newest involves AIDS, sexual identity and the loss that comes with growing up.
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A middle-age retiree re-evaluates his mediocre existence.
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Hunger Games winners face the consequences of their victory.
(Scholastic: $17.99)
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An enemy is revealed while Sookie Stackhouse investigates a murder.
(Ace: $27.95)
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No one is safe in the final installment of the Hunger Games trilogy.
(Scholastic: $17.99)
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Vincent Van Gogh's Parisian artist friends seek the truth behind his untimely death in this rollicking adventure.
(Morrow: $26.99)
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A black Korean War vet returns to his dead-end life in a small Georgia town.
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A comic reimagining of Star Wars' Dark Lord as a doting father.
(Chronicle: $14.95)
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An estranged father-son relationship set against the backdrop of Major League Baseball.
(Doubleday: $24.95)
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The Woman's Murder Club reunites when a millionaire drug-dealer is killed and two bodiless heads turn up in a famous actors garden.
(Little, Brown: $27.99)
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Carter and Sadie must rely on a magical ghost to stop Apophis in this final book of the Kane Chronicles.
(Hyperion: $19.99)
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A graphic novelist reflects on the meaning of female relationships in her life.
(Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: $22)
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A year in the social life of three twentysomethings set in Jazz-Age New York City.
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A hit man on the run helps a 14 year old runaway at the center of a cover-up.
(Grand Central: $27.99)
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A young English actor becomes entangled in a world of sex, scandal, and spies in wartime Europe.
(Harper: $25.99)
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A collection of short stories exploring Jewish identity and the importance of storytelling.
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Roland Deschain recalls strange stories from his gunslinger days in this “Dark Tower” novel.
(Scribner: $27)
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Hardcover Nonfiction

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LBJ’s sudden presidency, the Civil Rights Act and war on poverty.
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A woman on the verge embarks on a 1,100-mile solo hike on the Pacific Crest Trail.
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The political satirist jumps on the trendy children-book bandwagon.
(Grand Central: $15.99)
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A scientific explanation and exploration of the creative process.
(Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: $26)
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The author and journalist reflects on marriage, mothers and feminism.
(Random House: $26)
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The former Secretary of State recounts her harrowing youth in Europe during WWII
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The MSNBC host argues that America has lost control of its national-security policy.
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The Allman brother reflects on his long road traveled.
(William Morrow: $27.99)
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Understanding habits and how they transform our lives.
(Random House: $28)
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A path to a quick, strong economic recovery.
(Norton: $24.95)
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The author of "Operating Instructions" chronicles her grandson's first year.
(Riverhead: $26.95)
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The actors examine how their father/son relationship has informed their lives.
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How the unconscious mind shapes our experiences and interactions with the world.
(Pantheon: $25.95)
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The former President of Entertainment at NBC recounts the era of "Must See TV"
(Doubleday: $27.95)
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A memoir from the acclaimed songwriter and singer.
(Grand Central: $27.99)
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Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard
The dramatic events in spring 1865 leading to President Lincoln's assassination.
(Holt: $28)
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A comical not-for-kids picture book on the perils of bedtime.
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