This week’s best-sellers from Publishers Weekly

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  • Sunday, September 16, 2018 1:30am
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1. Leverage in Death. J.D. Robb. St. Martin’s

2. In His Father’s Footsteps. Danielle Steel. Delacorte

3. Texas Ranger. Patterson/Bourelle. Little, Brown

4. The President Is Missing. Clinton/Patterson. Little, Brown/Knopf

5. Dark Sentinel. Christine Feehan. Berkley

6. Depth of Winter. Craig Johnson. Viking

7. The Fall of Gondolin. J.R.R. Tolkien. HMH

8. The Outsider. Stephen King. Scribner

9. Tailspin. Sandra Brown. Grand Central

10. Where the Crawdads Sing. Delia Owens. Putnam


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

2. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. Yuval Noah Harari. Random/Spiegel & Grau

3. The Russia Hoax. Gregg Jarrett. Broadside

4. Magnolia Table. Joanna Gaines. Morrow

5. The Restless Wave. McCain/Salter. Simon & Schuster

6. Educated: A Memoir. Tara Westover. Random House

7. 12 Rules for Life. Jordan B. Peterson. Random House Canada

8. Every Day Is Extra. John Kerry. Simon & Schuster

9. Small Fry. Lisa Brennan-Jobs. Grove

10. The Coddling of the American Mind. Lukianoff/Haidt. Penguin Press


1. Haunted. Patterson/Born. Grand Central

2. Springtime in Salt River. RaeAnne Thayne. Harlequin

3. Vince Flynn: Enemy of the State. Kyle Mills. Pocket

4. Origin. Dan Brown. Anchor

5. The Crooked Staircase. Dean Koontz. Bantam

6. The Romanov Ransom. Cussler/Burcell. Putnam

7. A Reason to Die. William W. Johnstone. Pinnacle

8. Dark Legacy. Christine Feehan. Berkley

9. The Rooster Bar. John Grisham. Dell

10. 1022 Evergreen Place. Debbie Macomber. Mira


1. Rich People Problems. Kevin Kwan. Anchor

2. The Tattooist of Auschwitz. Heather Morris. Harper

3. The Winner. David Baldacci. Grand Central

4. The Dark Between Stars. Atticus. Atria

5. Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine. Gail Honeyman. Penguin Books

6. Less. Andrew Sean Greer. Back Bay

7. Letters to the Church. Francis Chan. David C. Cook

8. A Simple Favor (movie tie-in). Darcey Bell. Harper

9. Sapiens. Yuval Noah Harari. Harper Perennial

10. Grit. Angela Duckworth. Scribner.

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