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Carrie Fisher tops best-sellers with ‘The Princess Diarist’


NEW YORK TIMES

BEST-SELLERS

FICTION

1. ‘Two by Two,’ Nicholas Sparks

2. ‘The Whistler,’ John Grisham

3. ‘Cross the Line,’ James Patterson

4. ‘The Underground Railroad,’ Colson Whitehead

5. ‘No Man’s Land,’ David Baldacci

6. ‘Small Great Things,’ Jodi Picoult

7. ‘The Chemist,’ Stephenie Meyer

8. ‘Night School,’ Lee Child

9. ‘Tom Clancy: True Faith and Allegiance,’ Mark Greaney

10. ‘The Wrong Side of Goodbye,’ Michael Connelly

NONFICTION

1. ‘Princess Diarist,’ Carrie Fisher

2. ‘Hillbilly Elegy,’ J.D. Vance

3. ‘The Book of Joy,’ Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu with Douglas Abrams

4. ‘The Undoing Project,’ Michael Lewis

5. ‘Killing the Rising Sun,’ Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard

6. ‘The Magnolia Story,’ Chip Gaines and Joanna Gaines with Mark Dagostino

7. ‘Born to Run,’ Bruce Springsteen

8. ‘Settle For More,’ Megyn Kelly

9. ‘Talking as Fast As I Can,’ Lauren Graham

10. ‘Hamilton: The Revolution,’ Lin-Manuel Miranda and Jeremy McCarter

PAPERBACKS

1. ‘Milk and Honey,’ Rupi Kaur

2. ‘A Dog’s Purpose,’ W. Bruce Cameron

3. ‘A Man Called Ove,’ Fredrik Backman

4. ‘The Girl on the Train,’ Paula Hawkins

5. ‘The Alchemist,’ Paulo Coelho

6. ‘In a Dark, Dark Wood,’ Ruth Ware

7. ‘Island of Glass,’ Nora Roberts

8. ‘My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry,’ Fredrik Backman

9. ‘Diary of an Oxygen Thief,’ Anonymous

10. ‘Big Little Lies,’ Liane Moriarty

LOCAL

BEST-SELLERS

BARNES & NOBLE ARBORETUM

FICTION

1. ‘A Dog’s Purpose,’ Bruce Cameron

2. ‘A Man Called Ove,’ Fredrik Backman

3. ‘My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry,’ Fredrik Backman

4. ‘The Chemist,’ Stephanie Meyer

5. ‘The Alchemist (25th Anniversary Edition),’ Paulo Coelho

6. ‘In a Dark, Dark Wood,’ Ruth Ware

7. ‘The Underground Railroad,’ Colson Whitehead

8. ‘Girl on the Train,’ Paula Hawkins

9. ‘Two by Two,’ Nicholas Sparks

10. ‘The Mistress,’ Danielle Steel

NONFICTION

1. ‘The Original Design for Health: The Simple Plan to Restore and Maintain Health in 3 Easy Steps,’ Mark Shannan

2. ‘Food, Health, and Happiness: 115 On-Point Recipes for Great Meals and a Better Life,’ Oprah Winfrey

3. ‘Hillbilly Elegy,’ J.D. Vance

4. ‘Milk and Honey,’ Rupi Kaur

5. ‘The Princess Diarist,’ Carrie Fisher

6. ‘Tools of Titians: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performer,’ Tim Ferris

7. ‘The Undoing Project: A Friendship that Changed Our Minds,’ Michael Lewis

8. ‘Forces for Good, Revised and Updated: The Six Practices of High-Impact Nonprofits,’ Leslie R. Crutchfield

9. ‘The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing,’ Marie Kondo

10. ‘Uninvited: Living Loved When You Feel Less Than, Left Out, and Lonely,’ Lysa TerKeurst

CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULT BOOKS

1. ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child-Parts I and II,’ J.K. Rowling

2. ‘Double Down (Diary of a Wimpy Kid #11),’ Jeff Kinney

3. ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Original Screenplay,’ J.K. Rowling

4. ‘Snowmen at Christmas,’ Caralyn Buehner

5. ‘Dog Man Unleashed (Captain Underpants: Dog Man Series #2),’ Dav Pilkey

6. ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas,’ Charles M. Schulz

7. ‘The Thank You Book (Elephant and Piggie Series),’ Mo Willems

8. ‘Ada Twist, Scientist,’ Adrea Beaty

9. ‘Red Queen (Red Queen Series #1),’ Victoria Aveyard

10. ‘Diary of an 8-Bit Warrior: A Unofficial Minecraft Adventure,’ Cube Kid



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