This week’s best-sellers from Publishers Weekly

  • Sunday, April 22, 2018 1:30am
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1. After Anna. Lisa Scottoline. St. Martin’s

2. The Thief. J.R. Ward. Ballantine

3. Shoot First. Stuart Woods. Putnam

4. The Sixth Day. Coulter/Ellison. Gallery

5. I’ve Got My Eyes on You. Mary Higgins Clark. Simon & Schuster

6. Red Alert. Patterson/Karp. Little, Brown

7. Circe. Madeline Miller. Little, Brown

8. The Great Alone. Kristin Hannah. St. Martin’s

9. The Disappeared. C.J. Box. Putnam

10. Little Fires Everywhere. Celeste Ng. Penguin Press


1. Fascism. Madeleine Albright. Harper

2. The Plant Paradox Cookbook. Steven R. Gundry. Harper Wave

3. The Clean 20. Ian K. Smith. St. Martin’s

4. 12 Rules for Life. Jordan B. Peterson. Random House Canada

5. Girl, Wash Your Face. Rachel Hollis. Nelson

6. Our 50-State Border Crisis. Howard G. Buffett. Hachette Books

7. The Rational Bible. Dennis Prager. Regnery Faith

8. I’ve Been Thinking… Maria Shriver. Viking/Dorman

9. Russian Roulette. Isikoff/Corn. Twelve

10. Giada’s Italy. Giada De Laurentiis. Clarkson Potter


1. The Right Time. Danielle Steel. Dell

2. Golden Prey. John Sandford. Putnam

3. Camino Island. John Grisham. Dell

4. All by Myself, Alone. Mary Higgins Clark. Pocket

5. White Lace and Promises. Debbie Macomber. Harlequin

6. Fat Tuesday. Sandra Brown. Grand Central

7. 16th Seduction. Patterson/Paetro. Vision

8. Tom Clancy: Point of Contact. Mike Maden. Berkley

9. The Whispering Room. Dean Koontz. Bantam

10. No Safe Secret. Fern Michaels. Zebra


1. Killers of the Flower Moon. David Grann. Vintage

2. The Sun and Her Flowers. Rupi Kaur. Andrews McMeel

3. The People vs. Alex Cross. James Patterson. Grand Central

4. End Game. David Baldacci. Grand Central

5. The Lying Game. Ruth Ware. Scout

6. True Roots. Kristin Cavallari. Rodale

7. Small Great Things. Jodi Picoult. Ballantine

8. Camino Island. John Grisham. Bantam

9. Ready Player One (movie tie-in). Ernest Cline. Broadway

10. She Felt Like Feeling Nothing. R.H. Sin. Andrews McMeel

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