Bestsellers

Hardcover Fiction

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American history told through the story of two boys sentenced to a reform school in Jim Crow-era Florida.
(Doubleday: $24.95)
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Dog Man finds himself the target of an all-new supervillain.
(Graphic: $12.99)
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A frontierswoman in 1893 Arizona Territory awaits the return of her husband and elder sons.
(Random House: $27)
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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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A son in his late 20s writes a letter to his mother who cannot read, unearthing a family’s history rooted in Vietnam.
(Penguin Press: $26)
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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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Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child
A young curator and historian lead a team in search of the infamous "Lost Camp" of the tragic Donner Party.
(Grand Central: $28)
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Private Investigator Roland Ford's hunt for a missing teenager finds a group of American Nazis hidden in a desert compound.
(Putnam: $27)
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Three college friends in their 60s reunite on Martha’s Vineyard, recall the mysterious disappearance of the woman each of them loved.
(Knopf: $26.95)
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The chief of Israeli intelligence partners with the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, whose daughter has been kidnapped.
(Harper: $28.99)
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A nanny working in a technology-laden house in Scotland goes to jail when one of the children dies.
(Gallery Books: $27.99)
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F.B.I. Agent Drex Easton attempts to outmaneuver a conman who lured eight wealthy women out of their fortunes.
(Grand Central: $28)
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A serial killer becomes a juror on a celebrity murder trial in this legal thriller.
(Flatiron: $26.99)
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A World War II veteran on parole must find a killer in a small town or face going back to jail.
(Grand Central: $29)
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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 photographer embarks on a road trip to reconnect with three men she might have married.
(Ballantine: $26)
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Elvis Cole and Joe Pike attempt to determine why a young Los Angeles bank teller was seized by kidnappers.
(Putnam: $28)
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Former detective Billy Robinson discovers a growing opioid epidemic in his small seaside town.
(Little, Brown: $14.69)
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Former sheriff investigator Cassie Dewell is asked to help exonerate a man accused of assaulting a young woman from an influential family.
(Minotaur: $27.99)
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Hardcover Nonfiction

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An investigative look at the sex lives of three American women for more than a decade.
(Avid Reader Press/Simon & Schuster: $27)
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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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Essays on self-deception, surging beneath the surface of our lives from scammer culture to reality television.
(Random House: $27)
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How not being positive all the time will make us become happier people.
(HarperOne: $24.99)
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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 author of "Sapiens" investigates today’s most urgent issues as we move into the unknown future.
(Spiegel & Grau: $28)
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A professional kitten rescuer on saving the most vulnerable in the feline population.
(Plume: $25)
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An exposé of the immigration and humanitarian crisis at the U.S. border with Mexico.
(Twelve: $27)
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The story of the 1986 fire at the Los Angeles Public Library.
(Simon & Schuster: $28)
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The commencement speech from Navy Seal, Adm. William H. McRaven at the University of Texas.
(Grand Central: $18)
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Behind the scenes of a therapist’s world.
(Houghton Mifflin: $28)
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An introduction to creating a just and equitable society by identifying and opposing racism.
(One World: $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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The bond between a cat and the ones they love.
(Compendium: $10.95)
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A roundup of essays, speeches, and meditations from the revered writer on society, culture, and art, spanning four decades.
(Knopf: $28.95)
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How to stop living in fear of being judged for who you are.
(HarperCollins: $24.99)
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The story of Columbia University anthropologist Franz Boas and those he influenced, including Margaret Mead and Zora Neale Hurston.
(Doubleday: $30)
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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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How the young author competed and won the 1,000-kilometer Mongol Derby described as the world’s toughest and longest horse race.
(Catapult: $25)
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A definitive history of Hollywood's most iconic, storied, and scandalous hotel.
(Doubleday: $28.95)
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An examination of the origins of Polynesia.
(Harper: $29.99)
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