Paperback
Fiction

1. THE HANDMAID’S TALE

(Anchor, $15.95). By Margaret Atwood. A dystopian novel set in a theocratic-totalitarian state. [18]

2. NIGHT SCHOOL

(Dell, $9.99). By Lee Child. A jihadist sleeper cell might have recruited an American. [3]

3. COMMONWEALTH

(Harper Perennial, $16.99). By Ann Patchett. A chance encounter disrupts two marriages and the lives of six children. [4]

4. THE WOMAN IN CABIN 10

(Gallery/Scout Press, $16). By Ruth Ware. A travel writer on a cruise searches for a missing woman that no one else saw. [18]

5. A MAN CALLED OVE

(Washington Square, $16). By Fredrik Backman. An old crank might just be softened by his new neighbors. [53]

6. ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE

(Scribner, $17). By Anthony Doerr. A story of two children whose paths collide during World War II. [8]

7. LILAC GIRLS

(Ballantine, $17). By Martha Hall Kelly. The lives of three women are disrupted by the outbreak of World War II. [13]

8. THE NIGHTINGALE

(St. Martin's Griffin, $16.99).By Kristin Hannah. A woman in Nazi-occupied France tries to keep her family alive. [5]

9. CROSS THE LINE

(Grand Central, $16.99). By James Patterson. A killer is on the loose in the nation’s capital in Alex Cross’s latest investigation. [1]

10. THE METAMORPHOSIS

(CreateSpace, $7.95). By Franz Kafka. A travelling salesman awakens one morning, transformed into an insect. [1]

Nonfiction/General

1. ON TYRANNY: TWENTY LESSONS FROM THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

(Tim Duggan Books, $7.99). By Timothy Snyder. [13]

2. MILK AND HONEY

(Andrews McMeel, $14.99) By Rupi Kaur. A collection of poetry and prose about survival. [50]

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

(Running Press, $16). By Jen Sincero. [63]

4. THE OUTWARD MINDSET: SEEING BEYOND OURSELVES

(Berrett-Koehler, $16.95). By the staff of the Arbinger Institute. [1]

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

(Northfield, $15.99). By Gary D. Chapman. [226]

6. EVICTED: POVERTY AND PROFIT IN THE AMERICAN CITY

(Broadway, $17). By Matthew Desmond. [2]

7. HER PLACE AT THE TABLE: A WOMAN’S GUIDE TO NEGOTIATING FIVE KEY CHALLENGES TO LEADERSHIP SUCCESS

(Jossey-Bass, $19.95). By Deborah M. Kolb. [1]

8. THE BETTER ANGELS OF OUR NATURE: WHY VIOLENCE HAS DECLINED

(Penguin, $20). By Steven Pinker. [1]

8. KINGDOM OF OLIVES AND ASH: WRITERS CONFRONT THE OCCUPATION

(Harper Perennial, $16.99). Edited by Michael Chabon and Ayelet Waldman. [1]

10. 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. [25]

Hardcover
Fiction

1. DRAGON TEETH

(Harper, $28.99). By Michael Crichton. A recently discovered novel about fossil hunters in the Wild West. [1]

2. INTO THE WATER

(Riverhead, $28). By Paula Hawkins. Two bodies surface in a river and with them a town’s secrets. [4]

3. NO MIDDLE NAME

(Delacorte, $27). By Lee Child. The complete collected stories of Jack Reacher. [2]

4. 1 6TH SEDUCTION

(Little, Brown, $29). By James Patterson and Maxine Paetro. Detective Lindsay Boxer’s latest investigation could ruin her career. [4]

5. TESTIMONY

(Grand Central, $28). By Scott Turow. A former prosecutor takes on a case from the Bosnian War. [2]

6. THE FIX

(Grand Central, $29). By David Baldacci. Amos Decker witnesses an execution-style killing. It may well be his most perplexing case yet. [6]

7. THE FROZEN HOURS

(Ballantine, $28.99). By Jeff Shaara. A retelling of the Battle of Chosin Reservoir during the Korean War. [1]

8. A GENTLEMAN IN MOSCOW

(Viking, $27). By Amor Towles. A Russian aristocrat is under house arrest in Moscow. [20]

9. RICH PEOPLE PROBLEMS

(Doubleday, $27.95). By Kevin Kwan. Each family members vies for an inheritance when a wealthy matriarch is dying. [1]

10. SAME BEACH, NEXT YEAR

(William Morrow, $27.99). By Dorothea Benton Frank. Year after year, the same two couples reunite at a South Carolina beach. [2]

NonFiction/General

1. ASTROPHYSICS FOR PEOPLE IN A HURRY

(Norton, $18.95). By Neil deGrasse Tyson. [4]

2. SWITCH: HOW TO CHANGE THINGS WHEN CHANGE IS HARD

(Broadway, $28). By Chip Heath and Dan Heath. [6]

3. MAKE YOUR BED: LITTLE THINGS THAT CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE...AND MAYBE THE WORLD

(Grand Central, $18). By William H. McRaven. [8]

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

(Harper, $27.99). By J.D. Vance. [44]

5. OPTION B: FACING ADVERSITY, BUILDING RESILIENCE, AND FINDING JOY

(Knopf, $25.95). By Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant. [5]

6. THE VANISHING AMERICAN ADULT: OUR COMING-OF-AGE CRISIS--AND HOW TO REBUILD A CULTURE OF SELF-RELIANCE

(St. Martin's, $27.99). By Ben Sasse [2]

7. MISTREATED: WHY WE THINK WE’RE GETTING GOOD HEALTH CARE—AND WHY WE’RE USUALLY WRONG

(PublicAffairs, $28.00). By Robert Pearl. [3]

8. CHURCHILL AND ORWELL: THE FIGHT FOR FREEDOM

(Penguin, $28). By Thomas E. Ricks. [1]

9. SHATTERED: INSIDE HILLARY CLINTON’S DOOMED CAMPAIGN

(Crown), $28). By Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes. [6]

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

(Ten Speed, $16.99). By Marie Kondo. [88]

Rankings reflect sales for the week ended May 28.