The Book Sense Na­tional Best-Sell­ers

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1. The Whistler: John Gr­isham, Dou­ble­day

2. Com­mon­wealth: Ann Patch­ett, Harper

3. Small Great Things: Jodi Pi­coult, Bal­lan­tine

4. To­day Will Be Dif­fer­ent: Maria Sem­ple, Lit­tle Brown

5. The Tres­passer: Tana French, Vik­ing

6. The Un­der­ground Rail­road: Col­son White­head, Dou­ble­day

7. Two by Two: Ni­cholas Sparks, Grand Cen­tral

8. The Woman in Cabin 10: Ruth Ware, Gallery/ Scout Press

9. A Gen­tle­man in Moscow: Amor Towles, Vik­ing

10. All the Light We Can­not See: An­thony Do­err, Scrib­ner

11. Order to Kill: Vince Flynn, Kyle Mills, Atria

12. Ra­zor Girl: Carl Hi­aasen, Knopf

13. Nut­shell: Ian McEwan, Nan A. Talese

14. The Moth­ers: Brit Ben­nett, River­head

15. Paris for One and Other Sto­ries: Jojo Moyes, Pamela Dor­man Books

On the Rise:

22. Mis­ter Mon­key: Francine Prose, Harper

With her trade­mark wit and verve, Prose delves into hu­man­ity’s most pro­found mys­ter­ies: art, am­bi­tion, child­hood, ag­ing, and love. A Novem­ber 2016 In­die Next List Great Read.


1. Born to Run: Bruce Spring­steen, S&S

2. Hill­billy El­egy: J.D. Vance, Harper

3. Cook­ing for Jef­frey — A Bare­foot Contessa Cook­book: Ina Garten, Clark­son Pot­ter

4. Up­stream: Mary Oliver, Pen­guin Press

5. Killing the Ris­ing Sun: Bill O’Reilly, Martin Du­gard, Holt

6. The Hid­den Life of Trees: Peter Wohlleben, Grey­stone Books

7. Ap­petites — A Cook­book: An­thony Bour­dain, Lau­rie Woolever, Ecco

8. The Girl With the Lower Back Tat­too: Amy Schumer, Gallery

9. The Mag­no­lia Story: Chip Gaines, Joanna Gaines, Thomas Nel­son

10. When Breath Be­comes Air: Paul Kalanithi, Ran­dom House

11. The Life-Chang­ing Magic of Tidy­ing Up: Marie Kondo, Ten Speed Press

12. Be­tween the World and Me: Ta-Ne­hisi Coates, Spiegel & Grau

13. The Truth About Can­cer: Ty M. Bollinger, Hay House

14. Hero of the Em­pire: Candice Mil­lard, Dou­ble­day

15. At­las Ob­scura: Joshua Foer, et al., Work­man

On the Rise:

17. A Life Well Played: Arnold Palmer, St. Martin’s Palmer’s book is a trea­sure trove of en­ter­tain­ing anec­dotes and time­less wis­dom that read­ers—golfers and non-golfers alike—will cel­e­brate and cher­ish.

The Book Sense Best­Seller list pub­lished to­day in­cludes the sales week end­ing last week, based on re­port­ing from hun­dreds of in­de­pen­dents across the United States, in­clud­ing the Hud­son Val­ley. For the Book Sense store near­est you, visit www. book­ on­line.

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