Paperback
Fiction

1. THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN

(Riverhead, $9.99, $16). By Paula Hawkins. A woman witnesses a shocking crime. [20]

2. A MAN CALLED OVE

(Washington Square, $16). By Fredrik Backman. An old crank might just be softened by his new neighbors. [27]

3. THE SELLOUT

(Picador, $16). By Paul Beatty. This satire of race and class in America won the 2016 Booker Prize. [5]

4. CHRISTMAS IN ALASKA

(Mira, $7.99). By Debbie Macomber. Matchmaking aunts send a jilted lover to find love in Alaska. [5]

5. TRICKY TWENTY-TWO

(Bantam, $8.99). By Janet Evanovich. Stephanie Plum investigates some funny business at a college fraternity. [3]

6. THE LITTLE PARIS BOOKSHOP

(Broadway, $16). By Nina George. Monsieur Perdu owns a floating bookstore on the Seine, which he takes to the south of France. [8]

7. MY GRANDMOTHER ASKED ME TO TELL YOU SHE’S SORRY

(Washington Square, $16). By Fredrik Backman. The death of her grandmother sends a little girl on an epic journey of absolution. [1]

8. THE SYMPATHIZER

(Grove, $16). By Viet Thanh Nguyen. A half-Vietnamese, half-French communist spy lives a double life in Los Angeles in this winner of the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for fiction. [13]

9. THE ALCHEMIST

(Harperone, $16.99). By Paulo Coelho. A Spanish shepherd boy goes on a journey of discovery through North Africa. [59]

10. STORIES OF YOUR LIFE AND OTHERS

(Vintage, $16). By Ted Chiang. This collection, which examines what it means to be alive during uncertain times, is the foundation of the feature film “Arrival.” [1]

Nonfiction/General

1. ALEXANDER HAMILTON

(Penguin, $20). By Ron Chernow. [54]

2. MILK AND HONEY

(Andrews McMeel, $14.99) By Rupi Kaur. A collection of poetry and prose about survival. [24]

3. THOMAS JEFFERSON AND THE TRIPOLI PIRATES: THE FORGOTTEN WAR THAT CHANGED AMERICAN HISTORY

(Sentinel, $17). By Brian Kilmeade and Don Yaeger. [6]

4. YOU ARE A BADASS: HOW TO STOP DOUBTING YOUR GREATNESS AND START LIVING AN AWESOME LIFE

(Running Press, $16). By Jen Sincero. [37]

5. MARCH TRILOGY SLIPCASE SET

(Top Shelf, $49.99). By John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell. [2]

6. MARCH: BOOK ONE

(Top Shelf Productions , $14.95). By John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell. A graphic novel about Lewis’s civil rights experiences. [9]

7. THE WARMTH OF OTHER SUNS: THE EPIC STORY OF AMERICA’S GREAT MIGRATION

(Vintage, $17). By Isabel Wilkerson. [2]

8. MARCH: BOOK THREE

(Top Shelf Productions , $19.99). By John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell. The graphic novella about John Lewis’s civil rights experiences continues. [7]

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

(Northfield, $15.99). By Gary D. Chapman. [202]

10. NIGHT

(Hill & Wang, $9.95). By Elie Wiesel. The terrifying account of Nazi concentration camps. [123]

Hardcover
Fiction

1. CROSS THE LINE

(Little, Brown, $29). By James Patterson. A killer is on the loose in the nation’s capital in Alex Cross’s latest investigation. [1]

2. THE WHISTLER

(Doubleday, $28.95). By John Grisham. A Florida judge may be taking mafia-linked bribes. [5]

3. NO MAN’S LAND

(Grand Central, $29). By David Baldacci. Special Agent John Puller reopens an investigation into the murder of his mother. His father is now a suspect. [2]

4. TURBO TWENTY-THREE

(Bantam, $28). By Janet Evanovich. Stephanie Plum must stop someone who is murdering the employees of an ice cream factory. [2]

5. TWO BY TWO

(Grand Central, $27). By Nicholas Sparks. A man loses everything but tries to keep life normal for his daughter. [7]

6. NIGHT SCHOOL

(Delacorte, $28.99). By Lee Child. A jihadist sleeper cell might have recruited an American. [3]

7. MOONGLOW

(Harper, $28.99). By Michael Chabon. A dying grandfather recounts in this autobiographical novel. [1]

8. THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD

(Doubleday, $26.95). By Colson Whitehead. A young slave makes a desperate bid for freedom. [13]

9. SMALL GREAT THINGS

(Ballantine, $28.99). By Jodi Picoult. A black nurse stands trial when the baby of white supremacists dies in her care. [4]

10. SWING TIME

(Penguin Press, $27). By Zadie Smith. Two girls dream of being dancers, but their lives diverge in this exploration of race, friendship and class. [2]

NonFiction/General

1. JESUS ALWAYS: EMBRACING JOY IN HIS PRESENCE

(Thomas Nelson, $15.99). By Sarah Young. [8]

2. KILLING THE RISING SUN: HOW AMERICA VANQUISHED WORLD WAR II JAPAN

(Henry Holt, $30). By Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard. [11]

3. THE MAGNOLIA STORY

(Thomas Nelson, $26.99). By Chip Gaines and Joanna Gaines. The hosts of HGTV’s “Fixer Upper” offer a look into their lives. [5]

4. OUR REVOLUTION: A FUTURE TO BELIEVE IN

(Thomas Dunne, $27). By Bernie Sanders. [2]

5. THANK YOU FOR BEING LATE: AN OPTIMIST'S GUIDE TO THRIVING IN THE AGE OF ACCELERATIONS

(FSG, $28). By Thomas L. Friedman. [1]

6. JESUS CALLING: ENJOYING PEACE IN HIS PRESENCE

(Thomas Nelson, $15.99). By Sarah Young. [61]

7. HILLBILLY ELEGY: A MEMOIR OF A FAMILY AND CULTURE IN CRISIS

(Harper, $27.99). By J.D. Vance. [18]

8. BORN TO RUN

(Simon & Schuster, $32.50). By Bruce Springsteen. The memoir of the iconic singer-songwriter. [7]

9. SCRAPPY LITTLE NOBODY

(Touchstone, $26.99). By Anna Kendrick. A collection of humorous autobiographical essays by the Academy Award-nominated actress. [2]

10. BORN A CRIME: STORIES FROM A SOUTH AFRICAN CHILDHOOD

(Spiegel & Grau, $28). By Trevor Noah. [2]

Rankings reflect sales for the week ended Nov. 27.