Washington bestsellers: Hardcover fiction

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June 17, 2018
June 17
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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.
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2 weeks on list
#1 last week
The President Is Missing
By James Patterson, Bill Clinton
The president goes underground to stop a cyber terrorist plotting to destroy the United States. (Little, Brown and Knop, $30)
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2
4 weeks on list
#2 last week
The Outsider
By Stephen King
A boy's corpse is discovered in a park, and the town's most popular denizen is suspected of murder. (Scribner, $30)
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3
New
Tom Clancy Line of Sight
By Mike Maden
Jack Ryan Jr. gets involved with a woman who runs a controversial refugee agency near Sarajevo. (Putnam, $29)
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4
3 weeks on list
#4 last week
Shelter in Place
By Nora Roberts
After surviving a mall shooting, a group of friends learn how to cope with the aftermath until they learn another shooting is about to happen. (St. Martin's, $27.99)
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5
9 weeks on list
#9 last week
The Fallen
By David Baldacci
FBI agents Amos Decker and Alex Jamison visit an old mining town where a string of murders is taking place. (Grand Central, $29)
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6
New
The Pharaoh Key
By Douglas Preston
Two employees at Effective Engineering Solutions attempt to solve the mystery surrounding an ancient tablet. (Grand Central, $28)
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7
New
A Place for Us
By Fatima Farheen Mirza
Gathering for a wedding, an Indian family comes to terms with the choices they made including marrying for love and welcoming back an estranged family member. (SJP for Hogarth, $27)
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2 weeks on list
#6 last week
When Life Gives You Lululemons
By Lauren Weisberger
Emily Charlton, former assistant to Miranda Priestley, moves to Connecticut to help a former supermodel recover from a DUI arrest. (Simon & Schuster, $26.99)
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9
2 weeks on list
#5 last week
There There
By Tommy Orange
A multi-generational story about Native Americans traveling to a powwow in Oakland, Calif. (Knopf, $25.95)
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10
New
Before the Storm
By Christie Golden
A new prequel to the The Battle for Azeroth, the next expansion for the popular videogame World of Warcraft. (Del Rey, $28)
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11
2 weeks on list
#13 last week
Florida
By Lauren Groff
A story collection set in Florida, by the author of "Fates and Furies." (Riverhead, $27)
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12
3 weeks on list
#8 last week
The Death of Mrs. Westaway
By Ruth Ware
A woman pretends to be someone else to claim an inheritance, but suspects she might be getting tricked herself. (Gallery/Scout, $26.99)
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13
40 weeks on list
#11 last week
Little Fires Everywhere
By Celeste Ng
An artist moves to a small Ohio town that becomes divided over an interracial adoption. (Penguin Press, $27)
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14
3 weeks on list
#12 last week
The Gray Ghost
By Clive Cussler
Sam and Remi Fargo try to prove a man's grandfather did not steal a Rolls Royce prototype. (G.P. Putnam's Sons, $29)
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2 weeks on list
#10 last week
Something in the Water
By Catherine Steadman
Newlyweds must decide whether to speak out about what they saw while scuba diving. (Ballantine , $27)
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Rankings reflect sales for week ended June 17, 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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