John Grisham’s latest, Elton John’s memoir top Publishers Weekly best-sellers lists
The blockbuster novelist’s ‘The Guardians’ is No. 1 for hardcover fiction, and the pop star’s ‘Me’ is first for hardcover nonfiction.
- “The Guardians” by John Grisham (Doubleday)
- “The 19th Christmas” by James Patterson and Mixine Paetro (Little, Brown)
- “The Institute” by Stephen King (Scribner)
- “Olive, Again” by Elizabeth Strout (Random House)
- “The Dutch House” by Ann Patchett (Harper)
- “The Testaments” by Margaret Atwood (Nan A. Talese)
- “The Water Dancer” by Ta-Nehisi Coates (One World)
- “Ninth House” by Leigh Bardugo (Flatiron Books)
- “Bloody Genius” by John Sandford (G.P. Putnam’s Sons)
- “Child’s Play” by Danielle Steel (Dell)
- “Vince Flynn: Lethal Agent” by Kyle Mills (Atria/Emily Bestler Books)
- “The Giver of Stars” by Jojo Moyes (Pamela Dorman Books)
- “What Happens in Paradise” by Elin Hilderbrand (Little, Brown)
- “Cilka’s Journey” by Heather Morris (St. Martin’s Press)
- “Stealth” by Stuart Woods (Putnam)
- “Me” by Elton John (Holt)
- “I Really Needed This Today” by Hoda Kolb (Putnam)
- “Catch and Kill” by Ronan Farrow (Little, Brown)
- “Trailblazer” Marc Benioff (Currency)
- “Blowout” by Rachel Maddow (Crown Publishing)
- “Tee Way I Heard It” by Mike Rowe (Gallery)
- “Dear Girls” by Ali Wong (Random House)
- “Talking to Strangers” by Malcolm Gladwell (Little, Brown)
- “The Infinite Game” by Simon Sinek (Portfolio)
- “Home Work” by Julie Andrews (Hachette)
- “The Body” by Bill Bryson (Doubleday)
- “Letters from an Astrophysicist” by Neil Degrasse Tyson (Norton)
- “The United States of Trump” by Bill O’Reilly (Henry Holt and Co.)
- “Live in Grace, Walk in Love” by Bob Goff (Nelson)
- “The Book of Gutsy Women” by Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton (Simon & Schuster)
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