Bestsellers, 4/30/17


NEW YORK TIMES

BEST-SELLERS

FICTION

1. ‘The Fix,’ David Baldacci

2. ‘The Black Book,’ James Patterson and David Ellis

3. ‘Fast and Loose,’ Stuart Woods

4. ‘Thrawn,’ Timothy Zahn

5. ‘All By Myself, Alone,” Marry Higgins Clark

6. ‘Norse Mythology,’ Neil Gaiman

7. ‘The Women in the Castle,’ Jessica Shattuck

8. ‘Two from the Heart,’ James Patterson and Frank Costantini

9. ‘One Perfect Lie,’ Lisa Scottoline

10. ‘A Gentleman in Moscow,’ Amor Towles

NONFICTION

1. ‘This Fight Is Our Fight,’ Elizabeth Warren

2. ‘Shattered,’ Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes

3. ‘Note to Self,’ Connor Franta

4. ‘Old School,’ Bill O’Reilly and Bruce Feirstein

5. ‘Killers of the Flower Moon,’ David Grann

6. ‘Black Privilege,’ Charlamagne Tha God

7. ‘The American Spirit,’ David McCullough

8. ‘Hillbilly Elegy,’ J.D. Vance

9. ‘Hallelujah Anyway,’ Anne Lamott

10. ‘The True Jesus,’ David Limbaugh

PAPERBACKS

1. ‘Milk and Honey,’ Rupi Kaur

2. ‘The Woman in Cabin 10,’ Ruth Ware

3. ‘All the Light We Cannot See,’ Anthony Doerr

4. ‘The Handmaid’s Tale,’ Margaret Atwood

5. ‘A Man Called Ove,’ Fredrik Backman

6. ‘Lilac Girls,’ Martha Hall Kelly

7. ‘Big Little Lies,’ Liane Moriarty

8. ‘The Nest,’ Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney

9. ‘The Shack,’ William P. Young

10. ‘All the Missing Girls,’ Megan Miranda

LOCAL

BEST-SELLERS

BOOKPEOPLE

FICTION

1. ‘Mississippi Blood,’ Greg Iles

2. ‘A Handmaid’s Tale,’ Margaret Atwood

3. ‘My Italian Bulldozer,’ Alexander McCall Smith

4. ‘Lord of the Flies,’ William Golding

5. ‘Exit West,’ Mohsin Hamid

6. ‘All the Light We Cannot See,’ Anthony Doerr

7. ‘Ready Player One,’ Ernest Cline

8. ‘Spoils,’ Brian Van Reet

9. ‘Milk & Honey,’ Rupi Kaur

10. ‘Saga Volume 7,’ Brian K Vaughan

NONFICTION

1. ‘At Home in the World,’ Tsh Oxenreider

2. ‘Refuge Recovery,’ Noah Levine

3. ‘Armadillo World Headquarters,’ Eddie Wilson

4. ‘Hallelujah Anyway,’ Anne Lamott

5. ‘You Are a Badass at Making Money,’ Jen Sincero

6. ‘Killers of the Flower Moon,’ David Grann

7. ‘You Are a Badass,’ Jen Sincero

8. ‘Shattered,’ Jonathan Allen

9. ‘Make Your Bed,’ William McRaven

10. ‘The Whole Foods Diet,’ John Mackey

CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULT BOOKS

1. ‘It’s Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired,’ Chelsea Clinton

2. ‘The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors,’ Drew Daywalt

3. ‘Lucia the Luchadora,’ Cynthia Leonor Garza

4. ‘Wishing Day,’ Lauren Myracle

5. ‘Girl Code,’ Andrea Gonzales

6. ‘Grow Happy,’ Jon Lasser

7. ‘Bob Not Bob,’ Audrey Vernick

8. ‘The Forgetting Spell,’ Lauren Myracle

9. ‘All the World,’ Liz Garton Scanlon

10. ‘Who Killed Christopher Goodman,’ Allan Wolf



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