Bestsellers: National fiction

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February 4, 2018
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The Post compiles its bestsellers lists by combining hard cover, paperback and ebook sales data from Nielsen Bookscan and Amazon.com — including qualified borrows of books read through Amazon's digital subscription program. The Post excludes non-narrative books at its sole discretion. Amazon founder and chief executive Jeffrey P. Bezos owns The Post.
1
New
Dark in Death
By J. D. Robb
Eve Dallas investigates a string of deaths that appear to be inspired by books and movies. (St. Martin's, $27.99)
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2
5 weeks on list
#1 last week
The Woman in the Window
By A. J. Finn
An agoraphobic and possibly alcoholic woman witnesses a crime but second guesses herself. (William Morrow, $26.99)
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3
New
Still Me
By Jojo Moyes
Louis Clark arrives in New York and finds herself split between her work and her personal life. (Pamela Dorman, $27)
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4
6 weeks on list
#3 last week
Milk and Honey
By Rupi Kaur
A collection of poetry and prose about survival. (Andrews McMeel, $14.99)
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5
2 weeks on list
#2 last week
Fall from Grace
By Danielle Steel
Left out of her husband's will, a 49-year-old widow must start a new career and life. (Delacorte, $28.99)
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6
6 weeks on list
#5 last week
Little Fires Everywhere
By Celeste Ng
A small town grapples with two sides of a debate over interracial adoptions. (Penguin Press, $27)
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7
5 weeks on list
#7 last week
Before We Were Yours
By Lisa Wingate
During a visit home to help her father, a woman learns that her family history includes kidnapping and selling children. (Ballantine , $26)
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8
4 weeks on list
#6 last week
The Wife Between Us
By Greer Hendricks, Sarah Pekkanen
A psychological thriller that explores the complexity of marriage. (St. Martin's, $26.99)
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9
5 weeks on list
#4 last week
Beneath a Scarlet Sky
By Mark Sullivan
A young man joins an underground railroad for Jews during World War II and becomes the driver for a high-ranking German officer. (Lake Union , $14.95)
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10
6 weeks on list
#9 last week
Origin
By Dan Brown
Robert Langdon must find the password to unlock a secret in Spain that could overturn the world's religions. (Doubleday, $29.95)
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11
6 weeks on list
#12 last week
The Sun and Her Flowers
By Rupi Kaur
A poetry collection about love. (Andrews McMeel , $16.99)
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12
6 weeks on list
#14 last week
Ready Player One
By Ernest Cline
This dystopian story set in 2044 turns on a virtual-reality game. (Broadway , $16)
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13
2 weeks on list
#8 last week
Midnight Blue
By L.J Shen
21-year-old Indigo is hired to keep track of a handsome rockstar with substance-abuse issues.
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14
5 weeks on list
#13 last week
The Handmaid's Tale
By Margaret Atwood
A dystopian story set in a theocratic-totalitarian state. (Anchor, $15.95)
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15
5 weeks on list
Darker
By E L James
Christian Grey's perspective on his relationship with Anastasia Steele. (Vintage, $15.95)
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Rankings reflect sales for week ended February 4, 2018.
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Amazon Most Read lists rank titles by the average number of daily Kindle readers and Audible listeners each week. Categories not ranked on Most Read charts include dictionaries, encyclopedias, religious texts, daily devotionals and calendars. All data is supplied by Amazon Charts and not edited by The Washington Post. The Post has no editorial influence on these lists.
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