Washington bestsellers: Hardcover fiction


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The Post compiles its bestsellers lists by combining hard cover, paperback and ebook sales data from NPD Book 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.
Where the Crawdads Sing
By Delia Owens
Two young men forge a friendship with a young hermit accused of murder. (Putnam, $26)
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The Cornwalls Are Gone
By James Patterson, Brendan DuBois
An Army intelligence officer is forced to go rogue in order to save her kidnapped family. (Little, Brown and Company, $28)
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Celtic Empire
By Clive Cussler
Dirk Pitt's research of a curious disease in Scotland puts him -- and his family -- in danger. (Putnam, $29)
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Age of Myth
By Michael J. Sullivan
The first in a new fantasy series about gods, humans and destruction. (Del Rey, $26)
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Marvel Encyclopedia, New Edition
By Stan Lee
A reference guide to Marvel superheroes. (DK, $40)
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Run Away
By Harlan Coben
After his daughter runs away from home, a man happens upon her in a park and does everything he can to get her back. (Grand Central, $29)
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The Savior
By J.R. Ward
Part of The Black Dagger Brotherhood series, a vampire and a scientist pine for each other, putting them both in danger. (Gallery, $28)
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Daisy Jones & The Six
By Taylor Jenkins Reid
A singer and her band look back at their days as one of the most iconic rock groups of the 1970s. (Ballantine, $27)
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The American Agent
By Jacqueline Winspear
Maisie Dobbs tries to figure out who killed an American reporter in the midst of the London blitz. (Harper, $27.99)
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The Silent Patient
By Alex Michaelides
A psychotherapist is consumed with finding out why a woman killed her husband. (Celadon, $26.99)
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By Madeline Miller
This follow-up to "The Song of Achilles" is about the goddess who turns Odysseus' men to swine. (Little, Brown, $27)
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The Last Romantics
By Tara Conklin
Four siblings cannot escape the consequences of an early tragedy. (William Morrow, $26.99)
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Cemetery Road
By Greg Iles
A journalist returns to his hometown and gets pulled into a murder investigation. (William Morrow, $28.99)
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Age of War
By Michael J. Sullivan
A follow-up to "Age of Swords." (Del Rey, $28)
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Wild Card
By Stuart Woods
Stone Barrington's romantic vacation is interrupted by a nefarious intruder. (Putnam, $28)
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Rankings reflect sales for week ended April 7, 2019.
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