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Best-selling books

From Publishers Weekly

Fiction

1. “Gone Girl,” Gillian Flynn (Crown, $25)

2. “The Casual Vacancy,” J.K. Rowling (Little, Brown, $35)

3. “Back to Blood,” Tom Wolfe (Little, Brown, $30)

4. “The Racketeer,” John Grisham (Doubleday, $28.95)

5. “This is How You Lose Her,” Junot Dmaz (Riverhead, $26.95)

6. “The Twelve,” Justin Cronin (Ballantine, $28)

7. “The Mark of Athena,” Rick Riordan (Disney Hyperion, $19.99)

8. “The Panther,” Nelson DeMille (Grand Central, $27.99)

9. “San Miguel,” T.C. Boyle (Viking, $27.95)

10. “Telegraph Avenue,” Michael Chabon (Harper, $27.99)

Nonfiction

1. “Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot,” Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard (Henry Holt, $28)

2. “Wild,” Cheryl Strayed (Knopf, $25.95)

3. No Easy Day,” Mark Owen (Dutton, $26.95)

4. “I Declare,” Joel Osteen (FaithWords, $21.99)

5. “Waging Heavy Peace,” Neil Young (Blue Rider Press, $30)

6. “America Again,” Stephen Colbert (Grand Central, $28.99)

7. “Who I Am,” Pete Townshend (Harper, $32.50)

8. “How Music Works,” David Byrne (McSweeney’s, $32)

9. “The Plutocrats,” Chrystia Freeland (Penguin Press, $27.95)

10. “The End of Your Life Book Club,” Will Schwalbe (Knopf, $25)

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