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Fiction

1. GONE GIRL

(Broadway, $15). By Gillian Flynn. A model couple’s marriage crumbles when the wife vanishes and the husband becomes a prime suspect. [9]

2. INFERNO

(Anchor, $9.99). By Dan Brown. Robert Langdon’s newest investigation revolves around Dante’s “Inferno.” [6]

3. TAKEDOWN TWENTY

(Bantam, $8.99). By Janet Evanovich. Stephanie Plum has to find a missing mob boss, but nobody is helping her. [1]

4. AND THE MOUNTAINS ECHOED

(Riverhead, $16). By Khaled Hosseini. Love and devotion among family and friends in war-torn Afghanistan. [3]

5. ORPHAN TRAIN

(William Morrow , $14.99).By Christina Baker Kline. An orphan helps an elderly woman clean out her home. The work will change both their lives. [13]

6. THE LONGEST RIDE

(Grand Central, $15). By Nicholas Sparks. Lying injured by a car, a 91 year old man is helped by memories of his deceased wife. [8]

7. TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

(Grand Central, $8.99). By Harper Lee. The Pulitzer Prize-winning tale set in the Depression-era South. [27]

8. THE 9TH GIRL

(Signet, $9.99). By Tami Hoag. Zombie Doe, the name given to the ninth victim, whose body is so brutalized its unrecognizable. [3]

9. THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

(Little Brown, $6.99). By J.D. Salinger. The classic novel of teenage angst. [7]

10. SECOND HONEYMOON

(Vision, $10). By James Patterson and Howard Roughan. An FBI agent is on the case of a murderer targeting newlyweds. [1]

Nonfiction

1. 10-DAY GREEN SMOOTHIE CLEANSE: LOSE UP TO 15 POUNDS IN 10 DAYS!

(Adiva, $16.99). By J.J. Smith. [14]

2. I KNOW WHY THE CAGED BIRD SINGS

(Ballantine, $6.99). By Maya Angelou. The late poet’s first memoir on racism, love, kindness and spiritual freedom. [4]

3. EXPLICIT INSTRUCTION: EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT TEACHING (WHAT WORKS FOR SPECIAL-NEEDS LEARNERS)

(Guilford, $42). By Anita L. Archer. [1]

4. ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK: MY YEAR IN A WOMEN’S PRISON

(Spiegel & Grau, $16). By Piper Kerman. [9]

5. THE BOYS IN THE BOAT: NINE AMERICANS AND THEIR EPIC QUEST FOR GOLD AT THE 1936 BERLIN OLYMPICS

(Penguin, $17). By Daniel James Brown. [4]

6. THE PACT: THREE YOUNG MEN MAKE A PROMISE AND FULFILL A DREAM

(Riverhead, $16). By Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, Rameck Hunt and Lisa Frazier Page. [2]

7. THE OFFICIAL SAT STUDY GUIDE

(College Board, $21.99). By the College Board. [185]

8. HOW CHILDREN SUCCEED: GRIT, CURIOSITY, AND THE HIDDEN POWER OF CHARACTER

(Mariner, $15.95). By Paul Tough. [4]

9. THE FIVE LOVE LANGUAGES: THE SECRET TO LOVE THAT LASTS

(Northfield, $14.99). By Gary Chapman. [98]

10. LET’S EXPLORE DIABETES WITH OWLS

(Back Bay, $17). By David Sedaris. Essays by the famed humorist. [2]

Fiction

1. TOP SECRET TWENTY-ONE

(Bantam, $28). By Janet Evanovich. Bounty hunter Stephanie Plum returns to pursue a suspected killer, who missed his court date. [1]

2. THE SILKWORM

(Mulholland Books, $28). By Robert Galbraith. Private detective Cormoran Strike searches for the ruthless killer of a novelist. [1]

3. MR. MERCEDES

(Scribner, $30). By Stephen King. A sheriff tries to stop a madman who is planning to kill thousands. [3]

4. WRITTEN IN MY OWN HEART’S BLOOD

(Delacorte, $35). By Diana Gabaldon. A kidnapper is pursuing Brianna Fraser, whose family, lost in time, thinks she’s safe in 20th century Scotland. [2]

5. THE GOLDFINCH

(Little, Brown, $30). By Donna Tartt. The coming of age story of a young man who lost his mother in a terrorist bombing. [35]

6. ALL FALL DOWN

(Atria Books, $26.99). By Jennifer Weiner. A woman struggles with an addiction to prescription pills, while juggling marriage and motherhood. [1]

7. THE DIRECTOR

(W. W. Norton, $26.95). By David Ignatius. The newly appointed director of central intelligence must cope with cyberwarfare. [3]

8. THE TARGET

(Grand Central, $28). By David Baldacci. Assassins Will Robie and Jessica Reel are on a high-stakes mission and if they fail, the president could be impeached. [9]

9. THE ONE AND ONLY

(Ballantine, $28). By Emily Giffin. Personal tragedy rattles a young woman’s plans for her future. [5]

10. THE MATCHMAKER

(Little, Brown, $28). By Elin Hilderbrand. A Nantucket woman has a gift for matchmaking, but is unsure of her own match. [1]

Nonfiction

1. HARD CHOICES

(Simon and Schuster, $35). By Hillary Rodham Clinton. Clinton looks back on her tenure as secretary of state. [2]

2. ONE NATION: WHAT WE CAN ALL DO TO SAVE AMERICA’S FUTURE

(Sentinel, $25.95). By Ben Carson. [5]

3. MAYOR FOR LIFE: THE INCREDIBLE STORY OF MARION BARRY, JR.

(Strebor Books , $25. By Marion Barry, Jr. [1]

4. STRENGTHS FINDER 2.0: ... ONLINE TEST FROM GALLUP’S “NOW, DISCOVER YOUR STRENGTHS”

(Gallup Press, $27.95). By Tom Rath. [159]

5. HOW NOT TO BE WRONG: THE POWER OF MATHEMATICAL THINKING

(Penguin Press, $27.95). By Jordan Ellenberg. [1]

6. CAPITAL IN THE TWENTY FIRST CENTURY

(Belknap $39.95). By Thomas Piketty. [9]

7. INSTINCT: THE POWER TO UNLEASH YOUR INBORN DRIVE

(FaithWords, $25). By T.D. Jakes. [7]

8. THINK LIKE A FREAK: THE AUTHORS OF FREAKONOMICS OFFER TO RETRAIN YOUR BRAIN

(William Morrow, $28.99). By Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner. [6]

9. GOOD TALK, DAD: THE BIRDS & THE BEES ... AND OTHER CONVERSATIONS WE FORGOT TO HAVE

(Grand Central, $27). By Bill Geist and Willie Geist. [1]

10. UNBROKEN: A WORLD WAR II STORY OF SURVIVAL, RESILIENCE, AND REDEMPTION

(Random House, $28). By Laura Hillenbrand. [62]

Rankings reflect sales for the week ended June 22, 2014.