Paperback
Fiction

1. TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

(Grand Central, $8.99). By Harper Lee. The Pulitzer Prize-winning tale set in the Depression-era South. [61]

2. GREY

(Vintage, $15.95). By E.L. James. Christian Grey tells his side of the story. [6]

3. THE MARTIAN

(Broadway, $15). By Andy Weir. An astronaut is stranded alone on Mars. He tries to survive against impossible odds. [18]

4. LOVE LETTERS

(Ballantine, $7.99). By Debbie Macomber. The women of Rose Harbor wear their hearts on their sleeves. Sometimes that leads to love. [1]

5. FLESH AND BLOOD

(William Morrow, $9.99). By Patricia Cornwell. Kay Scarpetta tracks a sniper who kills without pattern. [3]

6. THE ALCHEMIST

(Harperone, $16.99). By Paulo Coelho. A Spanish shepherd boy goes on a journey of discovery through North Africa. [23]

7. A PERFECT LIFE

(Dell, $7.99) By Danielle Steel. The structured life of a highly successful television news personality unravels. [4]

8. THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

(Little Brown, $8.99). By J.D. Salinger. The classic novel of teenage angst. [12]

9. 1984

(Signet, $9.99). By George Orwell. A classic novel of the perils of a totalitarian police state. [5]

10. POWER PLAY

(Jove, $9.99). By Catherine Coulter. FBI special agent Davis Sullivan must protect a disgraced diplomat. [2]

Nonfiction/General

1. THE FIRST DAYS OF SCHOOL: HOW TO BE AN EFFECTIVE TEACHER (

(Harry K. Wong Publications, $34.95). By Harry K. Wong and Rosemary T. Wong.[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. [61]

3. TEACH LIKE A CHAMPION 2.0: 62 TECHNIQUES THAT PUT STUDENTS ON THE PATH TO COLLEGE

(Jossey-Bass, $34.95). By Doug Lemov. [1]

4. HOW TO READ LITERATURE LIKE A PROFESSOR: A LIVELY AND ENTERTAINING GUIDE TO READING BETWEEN THE LINES

(Harper Perennial, $15.99). By Thomas C. Foster. [29]

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

(New Press, $19.95). By Michelle Alexander. [10]

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

(Northfield, $15.99). By Gary D. Chapman. [138]

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

(Back Bay, $16). By Malala Yousafzai. [8]

8. MINDSET: THE NEW PSYCHOLOGY OF SUCCESS

(Ballantine, $16). By Carol S. Dweck. [44]

9. HOW TO WIN FRIENDS AND INFLUENCE PEOPLE

(Pocket, $16). By Dale Carnegie. [8]

10. GOT YOUR ATTENTION?: HOW TO CREATE INTRIGUE AND CONNECT WITH ANYONE

(Berrett-Koehler, $17.95). By Sam Horn. [1]

Hardcover
Fiction

1. GO SET A WATCHMAN

(Harper, $27.99). By Harper Lee. Two decades after the events of “To Kill a Mockingbird,” Scout returns home to visit Atticus Finch. [2]

2. THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN

(Riverhead, $26.95). By Paula Hawkins. A woman on a train, witnesses a shocking crime. [28]

3. ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE

(Scribner, $27). By Anthony Doerr. A story of two ordinary children whose paths collide during World War II. [46]

4. THE ENGLISH SPY

(Harper, $27.99). By Daniel Silva. The murder of a princess is linked to nuclear negotiations in Iran, in Gabriel Allon’s latest ad­ven­ture. [4]

5. CODE OF CONDUCT

(Atria, $27.99). By Brad Thor. Counterterrorism agent Scot Harvath’s latest ad­ven­ture leads him deep into one of the world’s most secret government organizations. [3]

6. TRUTH OR DIE

(Little, Brown, $28) By James Patterson and Howard Roughan. An attorney’s happy life is shattered after his journalist girlfriend’s latest story uncover a dangerous secret. [5]

7. SPEAKING IN BONES

(Bantam, $28). By Kathy Reichs. A missing teenager leads Forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan into a religious sect’s deadly practices. [1]

8. NEMESIS

(Putnam, $26.95). By Catherine Coulter. A bomb plot on St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York and a murder are linked. [3]

9. THE NIGHTINGALE

(St. Martin's, $27.99). By Kristin Hannah. A woman in Nazi-occupied France tries to keep her family alive. [9]

10. GHOST FLEET: A NOVEL OF THE NEXT WORLD WAR

(Eamon dolan/HMH, $28). By P.W. Singer and August Cole. [3]

NonFiction/General

1. BETWEEN THE WORLD AND ME

(Spiegel & Grau, $24). By Ta-Nehisi Coates. A black father pens for his son a letter about race in America. [2]

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

(Ten Speed, $16.99). By Marie Kondo. [29]

3. THE CONSERVATIVE HEART: HOW TO BUILD A FAIRER, HAPPIER, AND MORE PROSPEROUS AMERICA

(Broadside, $27.99). By Arthur Brooks. [2]

4. SELP-HELF

(Gallery, $22.99). By Miranda Sings. A YouTube personality offers unhelpful and sassy life lessons. [1]

5. 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. [4]

6. THE WRIGHT BROTHERS

(Simon & Schuster, $30). By David McCullough. [12]

7. THE GRIND: INSIDE BASEBALL’S ENDLESS SEASON

(Blue Rider, $23.95). By Barry Svrluga. [3]

8. THE BILLION DOLLAR SPY: A TRUE STORY OF COLD WAR ESPIONAGE AND BETRAYAL

(Doubleday, $28.95). By David E. Hoffman. [3]

9. MODERN ROMANCE

(Penguin, $28.95). By Aziz Ansari. The comedian uses science and humor to examine love digital age. [6]

10. FULLY ALIVE: DISCOVERING WHAT MATTERS MOST

(Sarah Crichton Books, $27). By Timothy Shriver. [1]

Rankings reflect sales for the week ended July 26.