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. [39]

2. 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. [39]

3. DOGWOOD HILL

(Mira, $8.99). By Sherryl Woods. A former pro quarterback with a secret and a betrayed woman find love on Chesapeake Shores. [3]

4. EYES ONLY

(Zebra, $7.99). By Fern Michaels. An adoptive mother tries to protect her twins from the woman who wants them back. [3]

5. UNLUCKY 13

(Grand Central, $16). By James Patterson and Maxine Paetro. The Women’s Murder Club must stop a murderer before the psychopath kills them. [1]

6. SILVER THAW

(Signet, $7.99). By Catherine Anderson. A desperate woman writes her secrets on slips of paper and casts them to the wind. The man who finds them may fall for her. [2]

7. FIFTY SHADES OF GREY

(Vintage, $15.95). By E.L. James. The first of a British e-book erotic trilogy that became a publishing phenomenon. [69]

8. KILLER

(Ballantine, $9.99). By Jonathan Kellerman. Alex Delaware finds himself in a deadly family feud. [8]

9. TOGETHER AGAIN

(Mira, $7.99). By Debbie Macomber . The owner of a hotel only realizes that she loves her general manager after he resigns. Can she make him stay, with the hotel and with her? [1]

10. THE MARTIAN

(Broadway, $15). By Andy Weir. An astronaut is stranded alone on Mars. He tries to survive against impossible odds. [9]

Nonfiction/General

1. AMERICAN SNIPER: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF THE MOST LETHAL SNIPER IN U.S. MILITARY HISTORY

(William Morrow, $9.99, $15.99). By Chris Kyle. [16]

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

(Random House, $16). By Laura Hillenbrand. [87]

3. WILD: FROM LOST TO FOUND ON THE PACIFIC CREST TRAIL

(Vintage, $15.95). By Cheryl Strayed. [24]

4. GETTING TO YES: NEGOTIATING AGREEMENT WITHOUT GIVING IN

(Penguin, $16). By Roger Fisher and William Ury. [16]

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. [34]

6. DRIVE: THE SURPRISING TRUTH ABOUT WHAT MOTIVATES US

(Riverhead, $16). By Daniel H. Pink. [14]

7. WHY WE CANT WAIT

(Signet Classics, $9.99). By Martin Luther King Jr. [1]

8. NIGHT

(Hill & Wang, $9.95). By Elie Wiesel. The terrifying account of his experiences in Nazi concentration camps during World War II. [91]

9. ALAN TURING: THE ENIGMA

(Princeton Univ., $16.95). By Andrew Hodges. A biography of the British mathematician whose work was crucial to breaking the German enigma codes of World War II. [2]

10. 7 HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE

(Free Press, $15.95). By Stephen R. Covey. The hit book on personal and professional leadership. [10]

Hardcover
Fiction

1. ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE

(Scribner, $27). By Anthony Doerr. A story of two ordinary children whose paths collide during World War II. [19]

2. THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN

(Riverhead, $26.95). By Paula Hawkins. A woman on a train, witnesses a shocking crime. [1]

3. SAINT ODD

(Bantam, $28). By Dean Koontz. Odd Thomas returns home to California for his last challenge. [1]

4. COLD COLD HEART

(Dutton, $27.95). By Tami Hoag. Dana Nolan survived a serial killer’s attack. Now coping with post-traumatic stress disorder, she seeks the truth. [1]

5. THE BOSTON GIRL

(Scribner, $26). By Anita Diamant. Addie Baum recoutns her rise from Boston’s working-class North End neighborhood to wealth and splendor. [1]

6. GRAY MOUNTAIN

(Doubleday, $28.95). By John Grisham. A big city lawyer moves to Appalachia and takes on a giant coal company. [13]

7. HOPE TO DIE

(Little Brown, $29). By James Patterson. Alex Cross must make a difficult decision to save his family from a mad man. [8]

8. THE ESCAPE

(Grand Central, $28). By David Baldacci. John Puller’s brother escapes from prison, leading the Army special investigator into the country’s largest manhunt. [9]

9. INSATIABLE APPETITES

(Putnam, $27.95). By Stuart Woods. A lethal beauty from Stone Barrington’s past resurfaces. There’s no saying what chaos she brings. [2]

10. TOM CLANCY: FULL FORCE AND EFFECT

(Putnam, $29.95 ) By Mark Greaney. The North Koreans plot to kill President Jack Ryan to help them realize their nuclear ambitions. [6]

Nonfiction

1. SILVER SCREEN FIEND: LEARNING ABOUT LIFE FROM AN ADDICTION TO FILM

(Scribner, $25). By Patton Oswalt. [1]

2. THE LIFE-CHANGING MAGIC OF TIDYING UP: THE JAPANESE ART OF DECLUTTERING AND ORGANIZING

(Ten Speed, $16.99). By Marie Kondo. [2]

3. MONEY MASTER THE GAME: 7 SIMPLE STEPS TO FINANCIAL FREEDOM

(Simon & Schuster, $28). By Tony Robbins. [9]

4. AMERICA’S BITTER PILL: MONEY, POLITICS, BACK-ROOM DEALS, AND THE FIGHT TO FIX OUR BROKEN HEALTHCARE SYSTEM

(Random House, $28). By Steven Brill. [2]

5. YES PLEASE

(Dey Street, $28.99). By Amy Poehler. Reflections, vignettes, poems and mantras by the Saturday Night Live personality. [12]

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

(Metropolitan, $26). By Atul Gawande. [14]

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

(Henry Holt, $30). By Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard. [17]

8. THE MAN WHO WOULD NOT BE WASHINGTON: ROBERT E. LEE’S CIVIL WAR AND HIS DECISION THAT CHANGED AMERICAN HISTORY

(Scribner, $28) By Jonathan Horn. [1]

9. JESUS CALLING: ENJOYING PEACE IN HIS PRESENCE

(Thomas Nelson, $15.99). By Sarah Young. [48]

10. WHAT IF?: SERIOUS SCIENTIFIC ANSWERS TO ABSURD HYPOTHETICAL QUESTIONS

(HMH, $24). By Randall Munroe. [15]

Rankings reflect sales for the week ended Jan. 18.