Paperback
Fiction

1. TOP SECRET TWENTY-ONE

(Bantam, $8.99). By Janet Evanovich. Stephanie Plum searches fora missing car dealer, soon bodies start turning up. [2]

2. THE INVENTION OF WINGS

(Penguin, $17). By Sue Monk Kidd. The life and times of a Charleston belle and her slave servant. [5]

3. THE GOLDFINCH

(Back Bay, $20). By Donna Tartt. The coming-of-age story of a young man who lost his mother in a terrorist bombing. [9]

4. THE ALCHEMIST

(Harperone, $16.99). By Paulo Coelho. A Spanish shepherd boy goes on a journey of discovery through North Africa. [16]

5. THE SIXTH EXTINCTION

(William Morrow, $9.99). By James Rollins. Cmdr. Gray Pierce investigates why everyone and every living thing died at a military research facility. [2]

5. STATION ELEVEN

(Vintage, $15.95). By Emily St. John Mandel. In a post-apocalyptic world, a stage troupe tries to bring joy to humanity. [1]

7. ACT OF WAR

(Pocket, $9.99). By Brad Thor. The president taps CIA operative Scot Harvath to thwart an imminent attack on America. [2]

8. A MATCH FOR MARCUS CYNSTER

(Mira, $7.99). By Stephanie Laurens. Marcus Cynster is torn between falling for the woman next door, or keeping his distance. [2]

9. LEAVING TIME

(Ballantine, $16). By Jodi Picoult. A woman searches for her long-lost mother. [6]

10. ZOO

(Grand Central, $8). By James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge. A lion attack leads a biologist on a quest to save the world. [1]

Nonfiction/General

1. SECRETS AND LIES: DIGITAL SECURITY IN A NETWORKED WORLD

(Wiley, $17.95). By Bruce Schneier. [2]

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

(Penguin, $17). By Daniel James Brown. [54]

3. MINDSET: THE NEW PSYCHOLOGY OF SUCCESS

(Ballantine, $16). By Carol S. Dweck. [38]

4. I AM MALALA: THE GIRL WHO STOOD UP FOR EDUCATION AND WAS SHOT BY THE TALIBAN

(Back Bay, $16). By Malala Yousafzai. [1]

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

(Northfield, $15.99). By Gary D. Chapman. [131]

6. THE POWER OF HABIT: WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO IN LIFE AND BUSINESS

(Random House, $16). By Charles Duhigg. [8]

7. A HOPE IN THE UNSEEN: AN AMERICAN ODYSSEY FROM THE INNER CITY TO THE IVY LEAGUE

(Broadway, $15.99). By Ron Suskind. [1]

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

(William Morrow, $9.99, $15.99). By Chris Kyle. [36]

9. THINGS THAT MATTER: THREE DECADES OF PASSIONS, PASTIMES AND POLITICS

(Crown, $16). By Charles Krauthammer. [4]

10. THE NEW JIM CROW: MASS INCARCERATION IN THE AGE OF COLORBLINDNESS

(New Press, $19.95). By Michelle Alexander. [8]

Hardcover
Fiction

1. FINDERS KEEPERS

(Scribner, $30). By Stephen King. A literary obsession leads to the murder of a great, reclusive writer. [1]

2. THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN

(Riverhead, $26.95). By Paula Hawkins. A woman on a train, witnesses a shocking crime. [21]

3. IN THE UNLIKELY EVENT

(Knopf, $27.95). By Judy Blume. A 15-year-old endures a season of fear, when three planes crash in her town. [1]

4. ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE

(Scribner, $27). By Anthony Doerr. A story of two ordinary children whose paths collide during World War II. [39]

5. RADIANT ANGEL

(Grand Central, $28.00). By Nelson Demille. A high-level Russian spy goes missing, which could threaten war with the United States. [2]

6. MEMORY MAN

(Grand Central, $28). By David Baldacci. Amos Decker, a detective with a perfect memory, searches for the man who murdered his family. [7]

7. 14TH DEADLY SIN

(Little, Brown, $28). By James Patterson. The latest Women’s Murder Club investigation could lead to one of their own. [5]

8. PIRANHA

(G.P. Putnam, $28.95). By Clive Cussler and Boyd Morrison. A traitorous American weapons designer uncovers a lost weapon, which could make him the most poweful man in the world. [2]

9. FATEFUL LIGHTNING

(Ballantine, $28). By Jeff Shaara. In this fourth installment of a five-part Civil War series, the tide turns in the Union’s favor and Sherman marches to the sea. [1]

10. SEVENEVES

(William Morrow, $35). By Neal Stephenson. Five thousands years after the destruction of Earth, humans return to settle the planet. [3]

Nonfiction

1. THE WRIGHT BROTHERS

(Simon & Schuster, $30). By David McCullough. [5]

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

(Ten Speed, $16.99). By Marie Kondo. [22]

3. CLINTON CASH: THE UNTOLD STORY OF HOW AND WHY FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS AND BUSINESSES HELPED MAKE BILL AND HILLARY RICH

(Harper, $27.99). By Peter Schweizer. [4]

4. ADIOS, AMERICA: THE LEFT’S PLAN TO TURN OUR COUNTRY INTO A THIRD WORLD HELLHOLE

(Regnery, $27.99). By Ann Coulter. [1]

5. THE ROAD TO CHARACTER

(Random House, $28). By David Brooks. The New York Times columnist explores how great people develop character. [8]

6. PRIMATES OF PARK AVENUE

(Simon & Schuster, $26). By Wednesday Martin. The inside scoop on of Upper East Side mothers. [1]

7. SPECIAL HEART: A JOURNEY OF FAITH, COURAGE, HOPE AND LOVE

(Center Street, $25). By Bret Baier. [3]

8. THE QUARTET: ORCHESTRATING THE SECOND AMERICAN REVOLUTION, 1783-1789

(Knopf, $27.95). By Joseph J. Ellis. [2]

9. TEAM OF TEAMS: NEW RULES OF ENGAGEMENT FOR A COMPLEX WORLD

(Portfolio, $29.95). By Stanley A. McChrystal with Tantum Collins, David Silverman and Chris Fussell. [2]

10. DEAD WAKE: THE LAST CROSSING OF THE LUSITANIA

(Crown, $28). By Erik Larson. [13]

Rankings reflect sales for the week ended June 7.