Paperback
Fiction

1. A MAN CALLED OVE

(Washington Square, $16). By Fredrik Backman. An old crank might just be softened by his new neighbors. [44]

2. THE HANDMAID’S TALE

(Anchor, $15.95). By Margaret Atwood. A dystopian novel set in a theocratic-totalitarian state. [9]

3. NO MAN’S LAND

(Grand Central, $15.99). By David Baldacci. Special Agent John Puller reopens an investigation into the murder of his mother. His father is now a suspect. [1]

4. BIG LITTLE LIES

(Berkley, $16). By Liane Moriarty. Little lies become great, big, awful lies, causing a lot of drama for one Australian family. [12]

5. THE ORPHAN’S TALE

(Mira, $15.99). By Pam Jenoff. During the dark days of World War II, a woman saves an infant from a cattle car bound for a concentration camp. [5]

6. THE OBSESSION

(Berkley, $7.99). By Nora Roberts. A woman tries to run from the horrid sins of her father. [3]

7. LILAC GIRLS

(Ballantine, $17). By Martha Hall Kelly. The lives of three women are disrupted by the outbreak of World War II. [4]

8. BOUND TOGETHER

(Berkley, $7.99). By Christine Feehan. The concluding volume of the Sisters of the Heart series. [1]

9. 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. [13]

10. FOREVER A HERO

(Harlequin, $7.99). By Linda Lael Miller. A decade after a Wyoming man saved a woman’s life, they reunite. [1]

Nonfiction/General

1. MILK AND HONEY

(Andrews McMeel, $14.99) By Rupi Kaur. A collection of poetry and prose about survival. [41]

2. THE ZOOKEEPER’S WIFE

(Norton, $15.95). By Diane Ackerman. A true story of how the keepers of the Warsaw Zoo saved hundreds of people from the Nazis. [4]

3. HIDDEN FIGURES: THE AMERICAN DREAM AND THE UNTOLD STORY OF THE BLACK WOMEN MATHEMATICIANS WHO HELPED WIN THE SPACE RACE

(William Morrow, $15.99). By Margot Lee Shetterly. [16]

4. ON TYRANNY: TWENTY LESSONS FROM THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

(Tim Duggan Books, $7.99). By Timothy Snyder. [4]

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

(Running Press, $16). By Jen Sincero. [54]

6. LONGITUDE: THE TRUE STORY OF A LONE GENIUS WHO SOLVED THE GREATEST SCIENTIFIC PROBLEM OF HIS TIME

(Walker, $15). By Dava Sobel. [5]

7. BRILLIANT BLUNDERS: FROM DARWIN TO EINSTEIN - COLOSSAL MISTAKES BY GREAT SCIENTISTS THAT CHANGED OUR UNDERSTANDING OF LIFE AND THE UNIVERSE

(Simon & Schuster, $16). By Mario Livio. [2]

8. SPY SITES OF WASHINGTON, DC: A GUIDE TO THE CAPITAL REGION’S SECRET HISTORY

(Georgetown Univ., $24.95). By Robert Wallace and H. Keith Melton. [2]

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

(Northfield, $15.99). By Gary D. Chapman. [218]

10. WE SHOULD ALL BE FEMINISTS

(Anchor, $7.95). By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. [12]

Hardcover
Fiction

1. MISSISSIPPI BLOOD

(William Morrow, $28.99). By Greg Iles. [1]

2. NORSE MYTHOLOGY

(Norton, $25.95). By Neil Gaiman. The popular author retells the great northern tales of Odin, Thor and Loki. [7]

3. IF NOT FOR YOU

(Ballantine, $27). By Debbie Macomber. A woman reolcates to Oregon and falls for a man not entirely to her parents’ liking. [1]

4. THE CUTTHROAT

(Putnam, $29). By Clive Cussler and Justin Scott. Chief Investigator Isaac Bell pursuits a serial killer who hunts petit blond women. [2]

5. EXIT WEST

(Riverhead, $26). By Mohsin Hamid. A man and woman find love in a refu­gee camp. [3]

6. A GENTLEMAN IN MOSCOW

(Viking, $27). By Amor Towles. A Russian aristocrat is under house arrest in Moscow. [11]

7. THE TEA GIRL OF HUMMINGBIRD LANE

(Scribner, $27). By Lisa See. A Chinese family is sperated by circumstances and an ocean. [1]

8. DANGEROUS GAMES

(Delacorte, $28.99). By Danielle Steel. A television reporter’s latest assignment is her most dangerous yet. [3]

9. LINCOLN IN THE BARDO

(Random House, $28). By George Saunders. a re-imagining of Abraham Lincoln after the loss of his son Willie. [6]

10. VICIOUS CIRCLE

(Putnam, $27). By C.J. Box. Game warden Joe Pickett faces a reckoning with a bad family seeking vengence. [1]

NonFiction/General

1. DEAR IJEAWELE, OR A FEMINIST MANIFESTO IN FIFTEEN SUGGESTIONS

(Knopf, $15). By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. [3]

2. THE KIM KARDASHIAN PRINCIPLE: WHY SHAMELESS SELLS (AND HOW TO DO IT RIGHT)

(St. Martin's, $26.99). By Jeetendr Sehdev. [1]

3. A COLONY IN A NATION

(Norton, $26.95). By Chris Hayes. An MSNBC host examines America’s racial divide. [1]

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

(Harper, $27.99). By J.D. Vance. [35]

5. WHO THOUGHT THIS WAS A GOOD IDEA?: AND OTHER QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD HAVE ANSWERS TO WHEN YOU WORK IN THE WHITE HOUSE

(Twelve, $27). By Alyssa Mastromonaco and Lauren Oyler. [1]

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

(Ten Speed, $16.99). By Marie Kondo. [86]

7. PORTRAITS OF COURAGE: A COMMANDER IN CHIEF’S TRIBUTE TO AMERICA’S WARRIORS

(Crown), $35). By George W. Bush. [4]

8. UNSHAKEABLE: YOUR FINANCIAL FREEDOM PLAYBOOK

(Simon & Schuster, $26). By Tony Robbins. [4]

9. UNSHAKEABLE: YOUR FINANCIAL FREEDOM PLAYBOOK

(Harper, $35). By Yuval Noah Harari. [2]

10. BALLERINA BODY: DANCING AND EATING YOUR WAY TO A LEANER, STRONGER, AND MORE GRACEFUL YOU

(Grand Central Life & Style, $30). By Misty Copeland. [1]

Rankings reflect sales for the week ended March 26.