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BEST-SELLERS

FICTION

1. ‘Seeing Red,’ Sandra Brown

2. ‘The Store,’ James Patterson and Richard DiLallo

3. ‘Camino Island,’ John Grisham

4. ‘The Late Show,’ Michael Connelly

5. ‘Any Dream Will Do,’ Debbie Macomber

6. ‘Exposed,’ Lisa Scottoline

7. ‘The Lying Game,’ Ruth Ware

8. ‘I Know a Secret,’ Tess Gerritsen

9. ‘A Gentleman in Moscow,’ Amor Towle

10. ‘A Stranger In the House,’ Shari Lapena

NONFICTION

1. ‘Astrophysics for People in a Hurry,’ Neil deGrasse Tyson

2. ‘Hillbilly Elegy,’ J.D. Vance

3. ‘Al Franken, Giant of the Senate,’ Al Franken

4. ‘Devil’s Bargain,’ Joshua Green

5. ‘Option B,’ Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant

6. ‘Why Buddhism Is True,’ Robert Wright

7. ‘The Big Lie,’ Dinesh D’Souza

8. ‘Hail to the Chin,’ Bruce Campbell with Craig Sanborn

9. ‘Between the World and Me,’ Ta-Nehisi Coates

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

PAPERBACKS

1. ‘Milk and Honey,’ Rupi Kaur

2. ‘The Woman in Cabin 10,’ Ruth Ware

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

4. ‘Lilac Girls,’ Martha Hall Kelly

5. ‘Ready Player One,’ Ernest Cline

6. ‘It,’ Stephen King

7. ‘The Couple Next Door,’ Shari Lapena

8. ‘Two by Two,’ Nicholas Sparks

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

10. ‘Truly Madly Guilty,’ Liane Moriarty

LOCAL

BEST-SELLERS

BARNES & NOBLE ARBORETUM

FICTION

1. ‘The Woman in Cabin 10,’ Ruth Ware

2. ‘All The Light We Cannot See,’ Anthony Doerr

3. ‘In A Dark, Dark Wood,’ Ruth Ware

4. ‘Ready Player One,’ Ernest Cline

5. ‘Camino Island,’ John Grisham

6. ‘Milk and Honey,’ Rupi Kaur

7. ‘A Stranger in the House,’ Shari Lapena

8. ‘A Man Called Ove,’ Fredrik Backman

9. ‘The Nightingale,’ Kristin Hannah

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

NONFICTION

1. ‘The Subtle Art of Not Giving a (expletive),’ Mark Manson

2. ‘The Glass Castle,’ Jeannette Walls

3. ‘Of Mess and Moxie,’ Jen Hatmaker

4. ‘Astrophysics for People in a Hurry,’ Neil Degrasse Tyson

5. ‘You Are A Badass,’ Jen Sincero

6. ‘The Glass Castle,’ Jeannette Walls

7. ‘At the Existentialist Cafe,’ Sarah Bakewell

8. ‘Al Franken, Giant of the Senate,’ Al Franken

9. ‘It’s Not Yet Dark,’ Simon Fitzmaurice

10. ‘Hillbilly Elegy,’ J.D. Vance

CHILDRENS AND YOUNG ADULT BOOKS

1. ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,’ J.K. Rowling

2. ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,’ J.K. Rowling

3. ‘Everything, Everything,’ Nicola Yoon

4. ‘Wonder,’ R. J. Palacio

5. ‘One of Us Is Lying,’ Karen McManus

6. ‘A Wrinkle in Time,’ Madeleine L’Engle

7. ‘Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls,’ Elena Favilli

8. ‘The Dragonet Prophecy,’ Tui Sutherland

9. ‘Darkness of Dragons,’ Tui Sutherland

10. ‘The Dark Prophecy,’ Rick Riordan



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