NEW YORK TIMES BEST-SELL­ERS

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Rank­ings re­flect sales for the week end­ing March 2, and in­clude both elec­tronic- and print-edi­tion sales.

FIC­TION

1. WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING, by Delia Owens. (Put­nam) In a quiet town on the North Carolina coast in 1969, a young woman who sur­vived alone in the marsh be­comes a mur­der sus­pect. (Weeks on list: 25)

2. THE TATTOOIST OF AUSCHWITZ, by Heather Mor­ris. (Harper) A con­cen­tra­tion camp de­tainee tasked with per­ma­nently mark­ing fel­low pris­on­ers falls in love with one of them. (25)

3. THE HUNTRESS, by Kate Quinn. (Mor­row) A Bri­tish jour­nal­ist and a Rus­sian fe­male bomber pi­lot go af­ter a Nazi war crim­i­nal. (1)

4. THE BOR­DER, by Don Winslow. (Mor­row) The third book in the Power of the Dog se­ries. Art Keller’s fight to keep drugs out of the coun­try has taken a com­pli­cated turn. (1)

5. THE CHEF, by James Pat­ter­son and Max DiLallo. (Lit­tle, Brown) Caleb Rooney, a po­lice de­tec­tive and celebrity food truck chef, must clear his name of mur­der al­le­ga­tions. (2)

6. CHOCO­LATE CREAM PIE MUR­DER, by Joanne Fluke. (Kens­ing­ton) Han­nah Swensen teams up with a for­mer lover to find out who left a dead body in her bed­room. (1)

7. THE SILENT PA­TIENT ,by Alex Michaelide­s. (Ce­ladon) Theo Faber looks into the mys­tery of a fa­mous painter who stops speak­ing af­ter shoot­ing her hus­band. (3)

8. THE LOST GIRLS OF PARIS, by Pam Jenoff. (Park Row) Grace Healey in­ves­ti­gates the fates of 12 women who were sent to oc­cu­pied Europe to help the re­sis­tance dur­ing World War II. (5)

NON­FIC­TION

1. BE­COM­ING, by Michelle Obama. (Crown) The for­mer first lady de­scribes her jour­ney from the South Side of Chicago to the White House, and how she bal­anced work, fam­ily and her hus­band’s po­lit­i­cal as­cent. (16)

2. ED­U­CATED, by Tara Westover. (Ran­dom House) The daugh­ter of sur­vival­ists, who is kept out of school, ed­u­cates her­self enough to leave home for uni­ver­sity. (54)

3. THE THREAT, by An­drew G. McCabe. (St. Martin’s) The for­mer deputy di­rec­tor of the FBI de­scribes ma­jor events of his ca­reer and the ways the agency works to pro­tect Amer­i­cans. (2)

4. BAD BLOOD, by John Car­rey­rou. (Knopf) The rise and fall of Ther­a­nos, the biotech startup that failed to de­liver on its prom­ise to make blood test­ing more ef­fi­cient. (30)

5. SAY NOTH­ING, by Pa­trick Rad­den Keefe. (Dou­ble­day) A look at the con­flict in North­ern Ire­land known as the Trou­bles. (1)

6. WOMEN ROW­ING NORTH, by Mary Pipher. (Blooms­bury) Re­flec­tions on the ageism, misog­yny and loss that women might en­counter. (6)

7. GRATE­FUL AMER­I­CAN, by Gary Sinise with Mar­cus Brother­ton. (Thomas Nel­son) The ac­tor de­scribes how he has en­ter­tained troops and helped vet­er­ans. (3)

8. SPEARHEAD, by Adam Makos. (Bal­lan­tine) A U.S. tank gun­ner faces en­e­mies in Cologne, Germany, in World War II. (2)

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