Publisher's Weekly Best Sellers

The titles with an asterisk (*) before them are part of our collection. The others need to be requested from another library. Some titles have two asterisks, this signifies a title only available on e-book (OverDrive or our NOOKs with Preloaded Books). A title with three asterisks before it means it is only available as an audiobook. 

The titles are connected to links, if you would like to be placed on hold or request the book just click on the link and choose "Request" at the top of  the catalog page! 

The descriptions used for these works come from NoveList.com or are summarized based on the publisher's blurb on Amazon.com or Goodreads.com. 

Top 10 Paperback/Hardcover Books

A Very Stable Genius Book Cover
American Dirt Book Cover
Profiles in Corruption Book Cover
Dog Man Fetch 22 Book Cover
Where the Crawdads Sing
The Boy The Mole The Fox and The Horse Book Cover
Lost Book Cover
Diary of a Wimpy Kid Wrecking Ball Book Cover
Grumpy Monkey Book Cover
Leadership Strategy and Tactics Field Manual Book Cover
 
 

This list includes fiction, non-fiction, young adult, and children's books in paperback, hardcover, or digital format. This is why there are different top books from the hardcover bestseller lists below. 

Week 4 of 2020 - January 25, 2020

  1. A VERY STABLE GENIUS, by Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig. (Penguin Press) Washington Post reporters examine the way the president has remade the office in his own image. They argue not to mistake what he is doing as chaos, but a carefully laid out plan. Please call if you would like to place a hold or request that we purchase this book.
    Last Week: Not Ranked
    Number of Weeks on List: 1
  2. *AMERICAN DIRT, by Jeanine Cummins. (Flatiron Books) Orphan’s Book Club Pick. Selling two favorite books to an unexpectedly erudite drug-cartel boss, a bookstore manager is forced to flee Mexico in the wake of her journalist husband’s tell-all profile and finds her family among thousands of migrants seeking hope in America.
    Last Week: Not Ranked
    Number of Weeks on List: 1
  3. PROFILES IN CORRUPTION, by Peter Schweizer. (Harper) The far right-winged journalist looks at the Democratic political leaders. Please call if you would like to place a hold or request that we purchase this book.
    Last Week: Not Ranked
    Number of Weeks on List: 1
  4. *DOG MAN: FETCH-22, by Dav Pilkey. (Graphix) Petey the Cat is out of jail, and he has a brand-new lease on life. Whlie Petey’s reevaluated what matters most, Li’l Petey is struggling to find the good in the world. Can Petey and Dog Man stop fighting like cats and dogs long enough to put their paws together and work as a team? They need each other now more than ever – Li’l Petey (and the world) is counting on them! This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby.
    Last Week: 2
    Number of Weeks on List: 7
  5. *WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING, by Delia Owens. (G. P. Putnam's Sons) Reese Witherspoon's September 2018 book club pick. Kya Clark is known as the Marsh Girl in Barkley Cove. She was abandoned by her family in the North Carolina marshland and has learned how to survive alone. But when a man is found murdered at the same time that Kya chooses to reenter society, everyone questions who this wild girl is and of what she's capable. This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby, our Kindles and NOOKs.
    Last Week: 3
    Number of Weeks on List: 72
  6. THE BOY, THE MOLE, THE FOX AND THE HORSE, by Charlie Mackesy. (HarperOne) Enter the world of Charlie's four unlikely friends, discover their story and their most important life lessons. The conversations of the the boy, the mole, the fox and the horse have been shared thousands of times online, recreated in school art classes, hung on hospital walls and turned into tattoos. This book includes those conversations and some new ones. Please call if you would like to place a hold or request that we purchase this book
    Week: 5
    Number of Weeks on List: 8
  7. *LOST, by James Patterson and James O. Born. (Little Brown and Company) Tasked with combating international crime, Detective Tom Moon searches for two Russian nationals who have built a vast, powerful European crime syndicate that reaches into Miami. This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby.
    Last Week: 4

    Number of Weeks on List: 2
  8. *DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: WRECKING BALL, by Jeff Kinney. (Amulet Books) An unexpected inheritance gives the Heffley family a chance to make major improvements to their home. But they soon find that construction isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. When things get rough, will the Heffleys be able to stay… or will they be forced to me? This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby.
    Last Week: 7
    Number of Weeks on List: 12
  9. *GRUMPY MONKEY, by Suzanne Lang and illustrated by Max Lang. (Random House Books for Young Readers) Jim the chimpanzee is in a terrible mood for no good reason. His friends can’t understand it – how can he be in a bad mood when it’s SUCH a beautiful day? They encourage him not to hunch, to smile, and to do things that make THEM happy. But Jim can’t take all the advice…and has a BIT of a meltdown. Could it be that he just needs a day to feel grumpy?
    Last Week: 8
    Number of Weeks on List: 5
  10. LEADERSHIP STRATEGY AND TACTICS, by Jocko Willink. (St. Martin’s Press) From the Navy-SEAL author of Extreme Ownership comes a book that answers the world’s most complex question: How do you lead? Please call if you would like to place this book on hold or request that we purchase it.
    Last Week: 1
    Number of Weeks on List: 2

Hardcover Fiction Best Sellers

American Dirt Book Cover
The Boy The Mole The Fox and The Horse Book Cover
Lost Book Cover
The Guardians Book Cover
Dear Edward Book Cover
Such a Fun Age Book Cover
The Silent Patient Book Cover
Moral Compass Book Cover
A Long Petal of the Sea Book Cover
Agency Book Cover
The Dutch House Book Cover
The Giver of Stars Book Cover
A Minute to Midnight Book Cover
Long Bright River Book Cover
Criss Cross Book Cover
Strange Planet Book Cover
The Institute Book Cover
Heart of Black Ice Book Cover
Blue Moon Book Cover
Olive Again Book Cover
Treason Book Cover
Hunter Killer Book Cover
The Water Dancer Book Cover
House on Fire Book Cover
Twisted Twenty-Six Book Cover

Week 4 of 2020 - January 25, 2020



  1. *AMERICAN DIRT, by Jeanine Cummins. (Flatiron Books) Orphan’s Book Club Pick. Selling two favorite books to an unexpectedly erudite drug-cartel boss, a bookstore manager is forced to flee Mexico in the wake of her journalist husband’s tell-all profile and finds her family among thousands of migrants seeking hope in America.
    Last Week: Not Ranked
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  2. THE BOY, THE MOLE, THE FOX AND THE HORSE, by Charlie Mackesy. (HarperOne) Enter the world of Charlie's four unlikely friends, discover their story and their most important life lessons. The conversations of the the boy, the mole, the fox and the horse have been shared thousands of times online, recreated in school art classes, hung on hospital walls and turned into tattoos. This book includes those conversations and some new ones. Please call if you would like to request that we purchase this book
    Last Week: 2
    Number of Weeks on List: 14

  3. *LOST, by James Patterson and James O. Born. (Little Brown and Company) Tasked with combating international crime, Detective Tom Moon searches for two Russian nationals who have built a vast, powerful European crime syndicate that reaches into Miami. This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby.
    Last Week: 1
    Weeks on List: 2

  4. *THE GUARDIANS, by John Grisham. (Doubleday Books) Guardian handles only a few innocence cases at a time, and Cullen Post is its only investigator. He travels the South fighting wrongful convictions and taking cases no one else will touch. With Quincy Miller, though, he gets far more than he bargained for. Powerful, ruthless people murdered Keith Russo, and they do not want Quincy exonerated. They killed one lawyer twenty-two years ago, and they will kill another one without a second thought. This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby and our NOOKs
    Last Week: 5
    Number of Weeks on List: 15

  5. *DEAR EDWARD, by Ann Napolitano. (Dial Press) Jenna Bush Hager’s book club pick for January 2020. One summer morning, Flight 2977 takes off from Newark Airport headed for Los Angeles. There are 216 passengers aboard – among them a Wall Street wunderkind worth $15 million; a young woman coming to terms with an unexpected pregnancy; an injured vet returning from Afghanistan; and two beleaguered parents moving across the country with their adolescent sons. When the plane suddenly crashes in a field in Colorado, the younger of these boys, 12-year-0ld Edward Adler, is the sole survivor. This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby.
    Last Week: 4
    Number of Weeks on List: 3

  6. *SUCH A FUN AGE, by Kiley Reid. (G. P. Putnam’s Sons) Reese Witherspoon’s Book Club pick for January 2020. A story about race and privilege is centered around a young black babysitter, her well-intentioned employer and a surprising connection that threatens to undo them both. This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby.
    Last Week: 6
    Number of Weeks on List: 4

  7. *THE SILENT PATIENT, by Alex Michaelides. (Celadon Books) A woman who loves her husband suddenly shoots him multiple times and then goes silent. A forensic psychotherapist becomes obsessed with her and her crime. Soon to be a movie. This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby and our NOOKs. 
    Last Week: 8
    Number of Weeks on List: 51

  8. *MORAL COMPASS, by Danielle Steel. (Delacorte Press) The students at an elite private school that has admitted females for the first time navigate painful secrets, family dynamics, and a prying media in the aftermath of a Halloween event that is upended by a classmate’s alcohol poisoning.
    Last Week: 3
    Number of Weeks on List: 3

  9. *A LONG PETAL OF THE SEA, by Isabel Allende. (Ballantine Books) Sponsored by the poet Pablo Neruda to flee the violence of the Spanish Civil War, a pregnant widow and an army doctor unite in an arranged marriage, only to be swept up in the early days of World War II. This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby.
    Last Week: Not Ranked
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  10. AGENCY, by William Gibson. (Berkley Books) Verity Jane is hired to test a digital assistant that is accessed through a pair of ordinary glasses for a San Francisco start-up. One hundred years in the future and a different timeline, Wilf Netherton works amid survivors of the slow and steady apocalypse known as the jackpot. His employer can look into alternate pasts and nudge their ultimate directions. Verity has become his boss’s current project, which will lead their own version of the jackpot. Please call if you would like to place a hold or request that we purchase this book.
    Last Week: Not Ranked
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  11. *THE DUTCH HOUSE, by Ann Patchett. (Harper) Jenna Bush Hager's book club pick for September. A tale set over the course of five decades traces a young man's rise from poverty to wealth and back again as his prospects center around his family's lavish Philadelphia estate. This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby and our Kindles.
    Last Week: 7

    Number of Weeks on List: 18

  12. *THE GIVER OF STARS, by Jojo Moyes. (Pamela Dorman Books) Reese Witherspoon's November 2019 Book Club pick. Volunteering for Eleanor Roosevelt's new traveling library in small-town Kentucky, an English bride joins a group of independent women whose commitment to their job transforms the community and their relationships. This book is available on OverDrive/Libby and on our NOOKs
    Last Week: 11
    Number of Weeks on List: 16

  13. *A MINUTE TO MIDNIGHT, by David Baldacci. (Grand Central Publishing) FBI Agent Atlee Pine returns to her Georgia hometown to reopen the investigation of her twin sister’s abduction, only to encounter a serial killer beginning a reign of terror. This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby
    Last Week: 10
    Number of Weeks on List: 10

  14. *LONG BRIGHT RIVER, by Liz Moore. (Riverhead Books) A suspense novel that also looks at the anatomy of a Philadelphia family rocked by the opioid crisis and the relationship between two sisters – one, suffering from addiction, who has suddenly gone missing amid a series of mysterious murders; the other a police officer who patrols the neighborhood from which she disappeared: a story about the formidable ties between place, family, and fate. This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby.
    Last Week: 14
    Number of Weeks on List: 3

  15. *CRISS CROSS, by James Patterson. (Little Brown and Company) An ominous message by a copycat killer forces Alex Cross and John Sampson to investigate whether an innocent man has been executed. 
    Last Week: 9
    Number of Weeks on List: 9

  16. *STRANGE PLANETby Nathan W. Pyle. (Morrow Gift) An adorable and profound universe in pink, blue, green, and purple. Based on the phenomenally popular Instagram of the same name, Strange Planet covers a full life cycle of the planet’s inhabitants, including milestones. This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby
    Last Week: 12
    Number of Weeks on List: 10

  17. *THE INSTITUTE, by Stephen King. (Scribner Book Company) Published to coincide with the release of It: Chapter Two, a supernatural thriller finds an abducted youth imprisoned in an inescapable institute, where teens with psychic abilities are subjected to torturous manipulation. This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby
    Last Week: 13

    Number of Weeks on List: 20

  18. *HEART OF BLACK ICE, by Terry Goodkind. (Tor Books) A conclusion to the best-selling series that began with Death’s Mistress finding the Norukai preparing for an ultimate war while a captive King Grieve, Lila and Bannon discover the terrifying force that threatens the Old World with destruction.
    Last Week: Not Ranked
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  19. *BLUE MOON, by Lee Child. (Delacorte Press) In the next highly anticipated installment of Lee Child’s acclaimed suspense series, Jack Reacher comes to the aid of an elderly couple and confronts his most dangerous opponents yet. This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby.
    Last Week: 16
    Number of Weeks on List: 13

  20. *OLIVE, AGAIN, by Elizabeth Strout. (Random House) A sequel to Olive Kitteridge finds Olive struggling to understand herself while bonding with a teen suffering from loss, a woman who gives birth unexpectedly, a nurse harboring a longtime crush and a lawyer who resists an unwanted inheritance. 
    Last Week: 23
    Number of Weeks on List: 15

  21. *TREASON, by Stuart Woods. (G.P. Putnam’s Sons) Stone Barrington takes on a scheming rebel in this latest action-packed thriller. 
    Last Week: 17
    Number of Weeks on List: 3

  22. *HUNTER KILLER, by Brad Taylor. (William Morrow & Company) When a suspicious attack ends a friend’s life in a lawless region of South America, Pike Logan teams up with Jennifer Cahill to investigate a crew of Russian assassins that may be targeting Taskforce members.
    Last Week: 15
    Number of Weeks on List: 3

  23. *THE WATER DANCER, by Ta-Nehisi Coates. (One World) A Virginia slave narrowly escapes a drowning death through the intervention of a mysterious face that compels his escape and personal underground war against slavery. This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby
    Last Week: 22
    Number of Weeks on List: 18

  24. *HOUSE ON FIRE, by Joseph Finder. (Dutton Books) Eagerly accepting a job investigating whistleblower claims about the manufacturer of an opioid that contributed to an army buddy’s death, Nick Heller uncovers dangerous secrets implicating a powerful family.
    Last Week: Not Ranked
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  25. *TWISTED TWENTY-SIX, by Janet Evanovich. (G.P. Putnam’s Sons) Bounty hunter Stephanie Plum is challenged to protect one of her own when her suddenly widowed grandmother is targeted by ruthless gangsters. This book is also available on our OverDrive/Libby
    Last Week: 20
    Number of Weeks on List: 11

Hardcover Nonfiction Best Sellers

A Very Stable Genius Book Cover
Profiles in Corruption Book Cover
Leadership Strategy and Tactics Field Manual Book Cover
Boundless Book Cover
Talking to Strangers Book Cover
All Along You Were Blooming Book Cover
The Defined Dish Book Cover
The Values Compass Book Cover
Tightrope Book Cover
Tiny Habits Book Cover
Martha Stewart Organizing Book Cover
The Age of Entitlement Book Cover
Blue Zones Kitchen Book Cover
Girl Stop Apologizing Book Cover
Becoming Journal Book Cover
Brain Wash Book Cover
Pioneer Woman Cooks Book Cover
Maybe You Should Talk to Someone Book Cover
Successful Aging Book Cover
Jesus God Who Knows Your Name Book Cover
Next Level Basic Book Cover
Why We Cant Sleep Book Cover
How Not to Diet Book Cover
Running Against the Devil Book Cover
A Time to Build Book Cover

Week 4 of 2020 - January 25, 2020


  1. A VERY STABLE GENIUS, by Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig. (Penguin Press) Washington Post reporters examine the way the president has remade the office in his own image. They argue not to mistake what he is doing as chaos, but a carefully laid out plan. Please call if you would like to place a hold or request that we purchase this book.
    Last Week: Not Ranked
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  2. PROFILES IN CORRUPTION, by Peter Schweizer. (Harper) The far right-winged journalist looks at the Democratic political leaders. Please call if you would like to place a hold or request that we purchase this book.
    Last Week: Not Ranked
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  3. LEADERSHIP STRATEGY AND TACTICS, by Jocko Willink. (St. Martin’s Press) From the Navy-SEAL author of Extreme Ownership comes a book that answers the world’s most complex question: How do you lead? Please call if you would like to place this book on hold or request that we purchase it.
    Last Week: 1
    Number of Weeks on List: 2

  4. BOUNDLESS, by Ben Greenfield. (Victory Belt Publishing) Boundless guides you ever step of the way to becoming an expert in what makes your brain tick, your body work, and your spirit happy. Please call if you would like to request that we purchase this book.
    Last Week: Not Ranked
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  5. **TALKING TO STRANGERS, by Malcolm Gladwell. (Little Brown and Company) A challenging and controversial excursion through history, psychology, and scandals taken straight from the news. Something is very wrong, Gladwell argues, with the tools and strategies we use to make sense of people we don't know. And because we don't know how to talk to strangers, we are inviting conflict and misunderstanding in ways that have a profound effect on our lives and our world. Please call if you would like to place this book on hold or request that we purchase it
    Last Week: 5
    Number of Weeks on List: 20

  6. ALL ALONG YOU WERE BLOOMING, by Morgan Harper Nichols. (Zondervan) A striking collection of illustrated poetry and prose, inviting you to “stumble into the sunlight” and delight in the wild and boundless grace you’ve been given. Please call if you would like to place a hold or request that we purchase this book.
    Last Week: Not Ranked
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  7. **THE DEFINED DISH WHOLESOME WEEKNIGHTS, by Alex Snodgrass with foreword by Melissa Hartwig. (Houghton Mifflin) Healthy, easy, and delicious recipes from the Defined Dish blog – fully endorsed by Whole30. Please call if you would like to request that we purchase a physical copy or place it on hold.
    Last Week: 6
    Number of Weeks on List: 4

  8. THE VALUES COMPASS, by Mandeep Rai. (Simon & Schuster) The broadcast journalist takes us on a journey to 101 countries around the world highlighting a single, unique value that has defined each nation’s history, culture, and global influence – and how we can apply them to better our own lives and make decisions more effectively. Please call if you would like to request that we purchase this book.
    Last Week: Not Ranked
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  9. TIGHTROPE, by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl Wudunn. (Knopf Publishing Group) The authors of Half the Sky draw on the true experiences of working-class Americans to outline possible solutions to governmental failures behind rising unemployment, poverty and opioid addiction.Please call if you would like to place this book on hold or request that we purchase it.
    Last Week: 4
    Number of Weeks on List: 2

  10. *TINY HABITS, by B.J. Fogg, PhD and Doug Abrams. (Eamon Dolan/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) An expert of habit formation and behavior science describes how to harness the power of transformation, whether it be to lose weight, exercise more or de-stress, through making tiny changes that we can feel good about. This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby.
    Last Week: 13
    Number of Weeks on List: 4

  11. *MARTHA STEWART’S ORGANIZING, by Martha Stewart. (Houghton Mifflin) The ultimate guide to getting your life in order – with hundreds of practical and empowering ideas, projects, and tips – from America’s most trusted lifestyle authority. 
    Last Week: 11
    Number of Weeks on List: 3

  12. THE AGE OF ENTITLEMENT, by Christopher Caldwell. (Simon & Schuster) Christopher Caldwell has spent years studying the liberal uprising of the 1960s and its unforeseen consequences. Even the reforms that Americans love best have come with costs that are staggeringly high in wealth, freedom, and social stability; and that have been spread unevenly among classes and generations. Caldwell reveals the political turning points of the past half century; in doing so, he shows that attempts to redress the injustices of the past have left Americans living under two different ideas of what it means to play by the rules. Please call if you would like to place a hold or request that we purchase this book.
    Last Week: Not Ranked
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  13. THE BLUE ZONES KITCHEN, by Dan Buettner. (National Geographic Society) 100 longevity recipes inspired by the Blue Zones locations around the world, where people live the longest. Please call if you would like to place this book on hold or request that we purchase it.
    Last Week: 3
    Number of Weeks on List: 8

  14. *GIRL, STOP APOLOGIZING, by Rachel Hollis. (HarperCollins Leadership) The author of Girl, Wash Your Face calls on women to be who they are without fear of being judged by others. This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby and on our NOOKs.
    Last Week: 14
    Number of Weeks on List: 46

  15. BECOMING: A GUIDED JOURNAL FOR DISCOVERING YOUR VOICE, by Michelle Obama. (Clarkson Potter Publishers) What’s your journey of becoming? Based on Michelle Obama’s bestselling memoir, this gorgeous journal features an intimate and inspiring introduction by the former First Lady and more than 150 inspiring questions and quotes to help you discover - and rediscover - your story.
    Last Week: 16
    Number of Weeks on List: 10

  16. BRAIN WASH, by David Perlmutter and Austin Perlmutter with Kristin Loberg. (Little, Brown Spark) Father and son doctors explore how modern culture threatens to rewire our brains and damage our health, offering a practical plan for healing. Please call if you would like to place this book on hold or request that we purchase it.
    Last Week: 7
    Number of Weeks on List: 2

  17. *THE PIONEER WOMAN COOKS, by Ree Drummond. (William Morrow & Company) The popular Food Network star offers 112 fantastic favorites for everyday eating. 
    Last Week: 18
    Number of Weeks on List: 14

  18. *MAYBE YOU SHOULD TALK TO SOMEONE, by Lori Gottlieb. (Houghton Mifflin) The national advice columnist presents a behind-the-scenes tour of a therapist's world from the perspective of both a patient and a psychotherapist who found answers in her client's journeys.
    Last Week: 15
    Number of Weeks on List: 8

  19. SUCCESSFUL AGING, by Daniel Levitin. (Dutton Books) Successful Aging inspires a powerful new approach to how readers think about our final decades, and it will revolutionize the way we plan for old age as individuals, family members, and citizens within a society where the average life expectancy continues to rise. Please call if you would like to place this book on hold or request that we purchase it
    Last Week: 10
    Number of Weeks on List: 3

  20. JESUS, by Max Lucado. (Thomas Nelson) By exploring Jesus’s life, death, and resurrection as well as specific details like how he interacted with his friends and his enemies, what he did with time alone, how he acted at a party, this compilation from Max Lucado – now with original never-before-read content from Max – gives readers the chance to become more familiar with the man at the center of the greatest story ever told. Please call if you would like to place a hold or request that we purchase this book.
    Last Week: Not Ranked
    Number of Weeks on List: 2

  21. **NEXT LEVEL BASIC, by Stassi Schroeder. (Gallery Books) Discover how to embrace your best basic self in this laugh-out-loud funny guidebook from the reality TV star. Even though the library does not own this book, you can place it on hold using the link provided.
    Last Week: Not Ranked
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  22. *WHY WE CAN’T SLEEP, by Ada Calhoun. (Atlantic Monthly Press) Sandwiched between the Boomers and the Millennials, Gen X women are facing new problems as they enter middle age, problems that are being largely overlooked. Calhoun opens up the cultural and political contexts of Gen X’s predicament and offers solutions for how to pull oneself out of the abyss-and keep the next generation of women from falling in. This book is also available on OverDrive/Libby.
    Last Week: Not Ranked
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  23. HOW NOT TO DIET, by Michael Greger, M.D., FACLM. (Flatiron Books) Discover the cutting-edge science behind long-term weight loss success, in this powerful new book from the author of How Not to Die. Please call if you would like to place this book on hold or request that we purchase it.
    Last Week: 24
    Number of Weeks on List: 7

  24. RUNNING AGAINST THE DEVIL, by Rick Wilson. (Crown Forum) The veteran Republican strategist outlines the mistakes made by both parties during throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, identifying the challenges that must be overcome to prevent Trump’s reelection.Please call if you would like to place this book on hold or request that we purchase it.
    Last Week: 8
    Number of Weeks on List: 2

  25. A TIME TO BUILD, by Yuval Levin. (Basic Books) A leading conservative intellectual argues that renew America we must recommit to our institutions – not tear them down. Please call if you would like to request that we purchase this book.
    Last Week: Not Ranked
    Number of Weeks on List: 11

  • *MISSISSIPPI BLOOD, by Greg Iles. (Morrow/HarperCollins) Penn Cage, now the mayor of Natchez, Miss., investigates the secrets of his family and the South in order to save his and his father’s lives in the conclusion to the Natchez Burning trilogy. 
    Last Week: Not Ranked 
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  • *THE SHACK, by William P. Young. (Windblown Media) A man whose daughter was abducted is invited to an isolated shack, apparently by God.
    Last Week: 1 
    Number of Weeks on List: 9

  • BOUND TOGETHER, by Christine Feehan. (Berkley) Viktor returns to Sea Haven to see the wife whose stepfather he killed.  
    Last Week: Not Ranked 
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  • *VICIOUS CIRCLE, by C.J. Box. (Putnam) Newly released from prison, Dallas Cates tries to exact revenge on the Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett, who put him there.  
    Last Week: Not Ranked 
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  • *IF NOT FOR YOU, by Debbie Macomber. (Ballantine) An unlikely relationship is put to the test.  
    Last Week: Not Ranked  
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  • *BIG LITTLE LIES, by Liane Moriarty. (Berkley) Who will end up dead, and how, when three mothers with children in the same school become friends?  
    Last Week: 4 
    Number of Weeks on List: 32

  • *FOREVER A HERO, by Linda Lael Miller. (HQN) The woman Mace saved a decade ago returns, as does her vengeance-bent attacker.   
    Last Week: Not Ranked  
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  • *THE OBSESSION, by Nora Roberts. (Berkley) A woman is haunted by her father's crimes as she tries to pursue love and her work as a photographer.  
    Last Week: 5  
    Number of Weeks on List: 9 

  • *A MAN CALLED OVE, by Fredrik Backman. (Washington Square) A curmudgeon's gruff exterior masks a generosity of spirit. Originally published in Sweden in 2014.  
    Last Week: 6  
    Number of Weeks on List: 44

  • *MAN OVERBOARD, by J. A. Jance. (Touchstone) Ali Reynolds pursues a man who manipulates the children of suicides into killing themselves in the 15th novel in the series.  
    Last Week: Not Ranked  
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  • **MILK AND HONEY, by Rupi Kaur. (Andrews McMeel) Poetic approaches to surviving adversity and loss.  
    Last Week: 11  
    Number of Weeks on List: 15

  • *THE HANDMAID'S TALE, by Margaret Atwood. (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) In the Republic of Gilead's dystopian future, men and women perform the services assigned to them.  
    Last Week: Not Ranked  
    Number of Weeks on List: 3

  • *A DOG'S PURPOSE, by W. Bruce Cameron. (Forge Books) A canine narrator undergoes a series of reincarnations.  
    Last Week: 9 
    Number of Weeks on List: 16 

  • *LILAC GIRLS, by Martha Hall Kelly. (Ballantine) A story of three women's lives during and after World War II.  
    Last Week: 15  
    Number of Weeks on List: 14

  • *NO MAN'S LAND, by David Baldacci. (Grand Central) John Puller, a special agent with the Army, searches for the truth about his mother, who disappeared 30 years ago.
    Last Week: Not Ranked 
    Number of Weeks on List: 10

  • *MISSISSIPPI BLOOD, by Greg Iles. (Morrow/HarperCollins) Penn Cage, now the mayor of Natchez, Miss., investigates the secrets of his family and the South in order to save his and his father’s lives in the conclusion to the Natchez Burning trilogy. 
    Last Week: Not Ranked 
    Number of Weeks on List: 1

  • *THE SHACK, by William P. Young. (Windblown Media) A man whose daughter was abducted is invited to an isolated shack, apparently by God.
    Last Week: 1 
    Number of Weeks on List: 9

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