Washington bestsellers: Paperback 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.
4 weeks on list
#1 last week
By Andrew Sean Greer
A novelist accepts invitations to literary events around the world to avoid his ex-boyfriend's wedding. (Back Bay, $15.99)
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2 weeks on list
#2 last week
Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine
By Gail Honeyman
An anti-social woman comes out of her shell with the help of a co-worker and an elderly man. (Penguin, $16)
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8 weeks on list
#3 last week
Crazy Rich Asians
By Kevin Kwan
An Asian American woman is introduced to the high society life of wealthy Asians. (Anchor, $16)
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52 weeks on list
#6 last week
Fahrenheit 451
By Ray Bradbury
The classic about a future war on books. (Simon & Schuster, $15.99)
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2 weeks on list
#7 last week
The Black Book
By James Patterson, David Ellis
A cop and an assistant state attorney pair up to find a missing black book that'll help solve a murder. (Grand Central, $9.99)
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7 weeks on list
#4 last week
Into the Water
By Paula Hawkins
A woman returns to her hometown to care for her niece and find out who killed her sister. (Riverhead, $16)
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31 weeks on list
#5 last week
By Min Jin Lee
A poor Korean family tries to make it in Japan. (Grand Central , $15.99)
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119 weeks on list
To Kill a Mockingbird
By Harper Lee
The Pulitzer Prize-winning tale set in the Depression-era South. (Vintage, $14.99)
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65 weeks on list
#12 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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21 weeks on list
#11 last week
Milk and Honey
By Rupi Kaur
A collection of poetry and prose about survival. (Andrews McMeel, $14.99)
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49 weeks on list
All the Light We Cannot See
By Anthony Doerr
The lives of two children collide during World War II. (Scribner, $17)
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3 weeks on list
#9 last week
By Danielle Steel
In this Cinderella tale, an heiress to a vineyard fights to regain control of her family business. (Dell, $8.99)
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2 weeks on list
#15 last week
A Stranger in the House
By Shari Lapena
Recovering from a concussion and memory loss, a wife realizes there are dark secrets in her marriage. (Penguin, $16)
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20 weeks on list
Lord of the Flies
By William Golding
The classic, unsettling tale of English schoolboys stranded on a deserted isle. (Penguin , $9.99)
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4 weeks on list
The Fix
By David Baldacci
Decker puzzles over why a successful consultant and family man murdered a school teacher. (Vision, $9.99)
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Rankings reflect sales for week ended June 17, 2018.
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How are these calculated?
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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