Paperback
Fiction

1. GONE GIRL

(Broadway, $9.99, $15). By Gillian Flynn. A model couple’s marriage crumbles when the wife vanishes and the husband becomes a prime suspect. [27]

2. THE BEST OF ME

(Grand Central, $8, $14.99). By Nicholas Sparks. A high school couple, separated 25 years later, rekindle their love after a friend’s funeral. [16]

3. STARRY NIGHT

(Ballantine, $5.99). By Debbie Macomber. An ambitious reporter tries to score an interview with a reclusive, bestselling author. Then she falls in love with him. [2]

4. 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. [27]

5. DARK PLACES

(Three Rivers, $14). By Gillian Flynn. Years after sending her brother to prison for their mother’s murder, a woman is dragged back into the investigation by a secret society. [3]

6. SYCAMORE ROW

(Dell, $9.99; Bantam, $16). By John Grisham. Jake Brigance finds himself in the middle of a family dispute over the estate of a man who killed himself. [10]

7. SHARP OBJECTS

(Three Rivers, $14). By Gillian Flynn. A troubled journalist returns to her hometown to report on the murders of two young girls. [3]

7. OF MICE AND MEN

(Penguin, $11). By John Steinbeck. The story of George and Lennie, California laborers, during the Great Depression. [6]

9. THE TARGET

(Grand Central, $16). By David Baldacci. Assassins Will Robie and Jessica Reel are on a high-stakes mission and if they fail, the president could be impeached. [6]

10. CROSS MY HEART

(Vision, $10; Grand Central, $16). By James Patterson. Alex Cross needs to protect his family. But if he does anything to protect them, they will die. [3]

Nonfiction/General

1. MY BELOVED WORLD

(Vintage, $15.95). By Sonia Sotomayor. The justice recounts her path from a Bronx housing project to the Supreme Court. [1]

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

(Random House, $28). By Laura Hillenbrand. [77]

3. RISE OF ISIS: A THREAT WE CAN’T IGNORE

(Howard, $12.99). By Jay Sekulow. [2]

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

(Penguin, $17). By Daniel James Brown. [22]

5. THE HOT ZONE: THE TERRIFYING TRUE STORY OF THE ORIGINS OF THE EBOLA VIRUS

(Anchor, $7.99) By Richard Preston. [2]

6. AMERICAN HIGHER EDUCATION IN CRISIS?: WHAT EVERYONE NEEDS TO KNOW

(Oxford Univ., $16.95). By Goldie Blumenstyk. [1]

7. STARVED FOR SCIENCE: HOW BIOTECHNOLOGY IS BEING KEPT OUT OF AFRICA

(Harvard Univ., $19.50). By Robert Paarlberg. [1]

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

(Northfield, $14.99). By Gary D. Chapman. Knowing that special someone. [106]

9. THIS IS THE STORY OF A HAPPY MARRIAGE

(Harper Perennial, $15.99). By Ann Patchett. An essay collection that delves into the writer’s life. [2]

10. THE PRICE OF POLITICS

(Simon & Schuster, $17). By Bob Woodward. The Washington Post reporter turns his eye on the economic debates of the Obama years. [2]

Hardcover
Fiction

1. GRAY MOUNTAIN

(Doubleday, $28.95). By John Grisham. A big city lawyer moves to Appalachia and takes on a giant coal company. [1]

2. LEAVING TIME

(Ballantine, $28). By Jodi Picoult. A woman searches for her long-lost mother. [2]

3. THE EDGE OF ETERNITY

(Dutton, $36). By Ken Follett. The concluding volume of the Century Trilogy about five European and American families. [6]

4. BURN

(Little, Brown, $28). By James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge. Detective Michael Bennett ‘s latest investigation leads him into a depraved underground criminal world. [4]

5. DEADLINE

(Putnam, $27.95). By John Sandford. Virgil Flowers looks into a possible dognapping that turns into something more deadly. [3]

6. DESERT GOD

(William Morrow, $28.99). By Wilbur Smith. Taita, a slave and advisor to the Pharaoh, goes on a mission full of intrigue in the ancient world. [1]

7. ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE

(Scribner, $27). By Anthony Doerr. A story of two ordinary children whose paths collide during World War II. [10]

8. LILA

(FSG, $26). By Marilynne Robinson. From the Pulitzer-prize novelist comes a story about a homeless young girl, who strikes a romance with a town minister. [4]

9. MR. MIRACLE

(Ballantine, $18). By Debbie Macomber. An angel tries to help a woman recollect her life and find love. [3]

10. SHOPAHOLIC TO THE STARS

(Dial, $27). By Sophie Kinsella. Newly marries, Becky Brandon moves to Hollywood with dreams of styling movie stars. [1]

Nonfiction

1. ENOUGH: OUR FIGHT TO KEEP AMERICA SAFE FROM GUN VIOLENCE

(Scribner, $25). By Gabrielle Giffords and Mark Kelly. [1]

2. KILLING PATTON: THE STRANGE DEATH OF WORLD WAR II’S MOST AUDACIOUS GENERAL

(Henry Holt, $30). By Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard. [5]

3. THE INNOVATORS: HOW A GROUP OF HACKERS, GENUISES, AND GEEKS CREATED THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION

(Simon & Schuster, $35). By Walter Isaacson. [3]

4. WORTHY FIGHTS: A MEMOIR OF LEADERSHIP IN WAR AND PEACE

(Penguin, $36). By Leon Panetta. [3]

5. ACT LIKE A SUCCESS, THINK LIKE A SUCCESS: DISCOVERING YOUR GIFT AND THE WAY TO LIFE’S RICHES

(Amistad, $25.99). By Steve Harvey. [7]

6. STOP THE COMING CIVIL WAR: MY SAVAGE TRUTH

(Center Street, $26). By Michael Savage. [3]

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

(Metropolitan, $26). By Atul Gawande. [3]

8. NOT THAT KIND OF GIRL: A YOUNG WOMAN TELLS YOU WHAT SHE’S “LEARNED”

(Random House, $28). By Lena Dunham. [4]

9. JUST MERCY: A STORY OF JUSTICE AND REDEMPTION

(Spiegel & Grau, $28). By Bryan Stevenson. [2]

10. LEAN IN: WOMEN, WORK, AND THE WILL TO LEAD

(Knopf, $24.95). By Sheryl Sandberg. [26]

Rankings reflect sales for the week ended October 26, 2014.