Paperback
Fiction

1. IT

(Scribner, $19.99). By Stephen King.Seven adults return to their hometown to confront a creature that murders children. [7]

2. THE FIX

(Grand Central Publishing, $15.99). By David Baldacci. A puzzling murder outside of the FBI catches the attention of Amos Decker and the Defense Intelligence Agency. [1]

3. LORD OF THE FLIES

(Penguin Books, $9.99). By William Golding. The classic, unsettling tale of English schoolboys stranded on a deserted isle. [12]

4. THE WOMAN IN CABIN 10

(Gallery/Scout, $16). By Ruth Ware. A travel writer on a cruise searches for a missing woman that no one else saw. [34]

5. LILAC GIRLS

(Ballantine, $17). By Martha Hall Kelly. The lives of three women are disrupted by the outbreak of World War II. [29]

6. TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

(Vintage, $14.99). By Harper Lee. The Pulitzer Prize-winning tale set in the Depression-era South. [102]

7. THE HANDMAID'S TALE

(Anchor, $15.95). By Margaret Atwood. A dystopian novel set in a theocratic-totalitarian state. [34]

8. THEIR EYES WERE WATCHING GOD

(HarperCollins Publishers, $16.99). By Zora Neale Hurston. The story of Janie Crawford, an African American woman struggling with identity. [1]

9. 1984

(Signet Classic, $9.99). By George Orwell. A novel of the perils of a totalitarian police state. [29]

10. OF MICE AND MEN

(The Viking Press Inc., $11). By John Steinbeck. The story of George and Lennie, California laborers, during the Great Depression. [14]

Nonfiction/General

1. THE GLASS CASTLE : A MEMOIR

(Scribner, $17). By Jeannette Walls. A daughter's memoir of her eccentric parents and unorthodox upbringing. [127]

2. MILK AND HONEY

(Andrews McMeel, $14.99) By Rupi Kaur. A collection of poetry and prose about survival. [66]

3. NIGHT

(Hill and Wang, $9.95). By Elie Wiesel. A harrowing account about World War II concentration camps. [133]

4. THE 5 LOVE LANGUAGES :THE SECRET TO LOVE THAT LASTS

(Northfield, $15.99). By Gary Chapman. A guide to help communicate in relationships. [241]

5. YOU ARE A BADASS :HOW TO STOP DOUBTING YOUR GREATNESS AND START LIVING AN AWESOME LIFE

(Running Press, $16). By Jen Sincero. [79]

6. START WITH WHY : HOW GREAT LEADERS INSPIRE EVERYONE TO TAKE ACTION

(Portfolio, $16). By Simon Sinek. What sets leaders apart and inspires their team.

7. THE SILK ROADS: A NEW HISTORY OF THE WORLD : A NEW HISTORY OF THE WORLD

(VINTAGE, $20). By Peter Frankopan. A refocus on the history between the East and West through the Silk Road. [1]

8. BEING MORTAL : MEDICINE AND WHAT MATTERS IN THE END

(Picador , $16). By Atul Gawande. A surgeon on the limitations of modern medicine. [2]

9. THE TIPPING POINT :HOW LITTLE THINGS CAN MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE

(Back Bay Books, $9.35). By Malcolm Gladwell. Various examples of how little differences have changed how we think and act. [124]

10. FOUR AGREEMENTS : A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO PERSONAL FREEDOM

(Amber-Allen, $12.95). By Don Miguel Ruiz. Don Miguel Ruiz's self-help classic, sets four principles to follow for a happier life. [14]

Hardcover
Fiction

1. A COLUMN OF FIRE

(Viking, $36). By Ken Follett. The third volume in the Kingsbridge series, describes the conflict between Catholics and Protestants in 16th-century Europe. [1]

2. THE GIRL WHO TAKES AN EYE FOR AN EY : A LISBETH SALANDER NOVEL, CONTINUING STIEG LARSSON'S MILLENNIUM SERIES

(Knopf, $27.95). By David Lagercrantz. The fifth in the Millennium series, Lisabeth Salander enlists the help of a journalists to uncover the secrets of her traumatic childhood. [1]

3. A LEGACY OF SPIES

(Viking, $28). By John le Carré. A Cold War spy is summoned to London when his past actions come back to haunt him. [2]

4. LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE

(Penguin Press, $27). By Celeste Ng. A small town grapples with both sides of the debate over interracial adoptions. [1]

5. THE ROMANOV RANSOM

(G.P. Putnam's Sons, $29). By Clive Cussler. Sam and Remi Fargo are on a quest to find the Romanov ransom that vanished after WWII. [1]

6. ENEMY OF THE STATE

(Atria/Emily Bestler Books, $28.99). By Vince Flynn. Mitch Rapp quits the CIA to uncover the connection between the Saudis and ISIS. [2]

7. AGE OF SWORDS

(Del Rey, $28). By Michael J. Sullivan. The second book in The Legends of First Empire series focuses on Persephone going to the depths of Elan where an ancient adversary awaits. [1]

8. ENIGMA

(Gallery Books, $27.99). By Catherine Coulter. Agent Dillon Savich and Sherlock are racing against the clock to catch an international criminal and stop a scientists who goes by John Doe. [1]

9. SECRETS IN DEATH

(St. Martin's Press, $27.99). By J.D. Robb. Eve Dallas must find the person who murdered a professional gossip and blackmailer. [2]

10. Y IS FOR YESTERDAY (A KINSEY MILLHONE NOVEL)

(Marian Wood Books, $29). By Sue Grafton. Kinsey Millhone gets entangled in a case involving a video tape documenting a 1979 sexual assualt case and must find the man responsible for releasing the tape. [4]

NonFiction/General

1. WHAT HAPPENED

(Simon & Schuster, $30). By Hillary Rodham Clinton. Hillary Clinton recounts the 2016 presidential election. [1]

2. BRAVING THE WILDERNESS : THE QUEST FOR TRUE BELONGING AND THE COURAGE TO STAND ALONE

(Random House, $28). By Brené Brown. Combining research and person stories, a look on how to connect to community and develop a sense of belonging. [1]

3. UNBELIEVABLE : MY FRONT-ROW SEAT TO THE CRAZIEST CAMPAIGN IN AMERICAN HISTORY

(Dey Street Books, $26.99). By Katy Tur. Journalist Katy Tur recounts her experience covering the Trump campaign during the 2016 election. [1]

4. THE FOUR TENDENCIES : THE INDISPENSABLE PERSONALITY PROFILES THAT REVEAL HOW TO MAKE YOUR LIFE BETTER (AND OTHER PEOPLE'S LIVES BETTER, TOO)

(Harmony, $24). By Gretchen Rubin. How the answer to "How do I respond to expectations?" can shape how you live your life. [1]

5. ANXIOUS FOR NOTHING : FINDING CALM IN A CHAOTIC WORLD

(Thomas Nelson, $22.99). By Max Lucado. How to manage anxiety in an ever demanding world. [1]

6. F*CK, THAT'S DELICIOUS : AN ANNOTATED GUIDE TO EATING WELL

(Harry N. Abrams, $27.5). By Action Bronson. A collection of recipes inspired by childhood and traveling the country. [1]

7. WORLD WITHOUT MIND : THE EXISTENTIAL THREAT OF BIG TECH

(Penguin Press, $27). By Franklin Foer. A deep look at the trade off of the convenience of big tech and personal privacy. [1]

8. THE SUBTLE ART OF NOT GIVING A F*CK: A COUNTERINTUITIVE APPROACH TO LIVING A GOOD LIFE

(HarperOne, $24.99). By Mark Manson. A different approach to living a happier life that argues against the idea of a positive attitude leads to a happy life. [24]

9. HILLBILLY ELEGY : A MEMOIR OF A FAMILY AND CULTURE IN CRISIS

(HarperCollins, $27.99). By J. D. Vance. A venture capitalist examines why the white working-class feels left behind. [60]

10. ASTROPHYSICS FOR PEOPLE IN A HURRY

(Norton, $18.95). By Neil deGrasse Tyson. The astrophysicist offers an introductory lesson on the cosmos. [20]

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