1 THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO 79 (Vintage, $14.95). By Stieg Larsson. First book in the late Swede’s “Millennium Trilogy”; basis of the film.
2 THE GIRL WHO PLAYED WITH FIRE 40 (Vintage, $15.95). By Stieg Larsson. Sex trafficking between Sweden and Eastern Europe is exposed.
3 THE LOST SYMBOL (Anchor, $9.99) 10 By Dan Brown. Masonic lore figures prominently in this sequel to “The Da Vinci Code”; set in D.C.
4 HOUSE RULES (Washington Square, $16) 7 By Jodi Picoult. A mom’s ordeal when her oldest son, who has Asperger’s syndrome, is accused of murder.
5 THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN 17 (Harper, $14.99). By Garth Stein. Enzo, a canine with human qualities, narrates this unique tale.
6 MAJOR PETTIGREW’S LAST STAND 4 (Random House, $15). By Helen Simonson. A proper English widower finds love in an unexpected quarter.
7 CUTTING FOR STONE (Vintage, $15.95) 13 By Abraham Verghese. Medicine, political upheaval and Africa woven into a sweeping saga.
8 LITTLE BEE (Simon & Schuster, $14) 43 By Chris Cleave. This wry second novel from a British journalist explores the state of war and refugees.
9 U IS FOR UNDERTOW (Berkley, $7.99) 4 By Sue Grafton. Millhone agrees to help a young man with suspect memories of a decades-old kidnapping.
10 ALEX CROSS’S TRIAL (Vision, $9.99) 3 By James Patterson & Richard DilLallo. A novel within a novel — Cross’s great-uncle Abraham’s life.