August 17, 2014 in Features

Best-selling books

From Publishers Weekly
 

Fiction

1. “The Heist: A Novel,”

Daniel Silva, (Harper: $27.99)

2. “The Goldfinch,” Donna Tartt, (Little, Brown: $30)

3. “California,” Edan Lepucki, (Little, Brown: $26)

4. “The Book of Life,” Deborah Harkness, (Viking: $28.95)

5. “All the Light We Cannot See,” Anthony Doerr, (Scribner: $27)

6. “The Silkworm,” Robert Galbraith,(Mulholland Books: $28)

7. “The Vacationers,” Emma Straub, (Riverhead: $26.95)

8. “Four: A Divergent Collection,” Veronica Roth, (Katherine Tegen Books: $17.99)

9. “Midnight in Europe,” Alan Furst, (Random House: $27)

10. “Tom Clancy: Support and Defend,” Mark Greaney, (Putnam: $28.95)

Nonfiction

1. “A Spy Among Friends,” Ben Macintyre, (Crown: $27)

2. “Unbroken,” Laura Hillenbrand, (Random House: $27)

3. “Everything I Need to Know I Learned From a Little Golden Book,” Diane Muldrow, (Golden Books: $9.99)

4. “The Alliance,” Reid Hoffman, with Ben Casnocha, Chris Yeh, (Harvard Business Review Press: $25)

5. “#Girlboss,” Sophia Amoruso, (Portfolio: $26.95)

6. “Blue Mind,” Wallace J. Nichols & Celine Cousteau (Little, Brown: $27)

7. “Minecraft: Redstone Handbook,” Scholastic, (Scholastic: $7.99)

8. “Blood Feud,” Edward Klein, (Regnery: $27.99)

9. “Think Like a Freak,” Stephen J. Dubner and Steven D. Levitt, (Morrow: $28.99)

10. “Minecraft: Essential Handbook,” Scholastic, (Scholastic: $7.99)


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