Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Bestseller list Sunday 21 November

SoCal Best Sellers

Hardcover fiction

1. Dark hours Michael Connelly (Little, Brown: $ 29) Hollywood homicide detective Renee Ballard and Harry Bosch investigate a murder on New Years Eve.

2. The verdict Louise Erdrich (Harper: $ 29) A former inmate working in a haunted bookstore tries to solve a murder mystery.

3. Wonderful world where you are Sally Rooney (FSG: $ 28). The story of two modern couples fighting love, sex and relationships, from the author of Normal People.

4. Crossroads Jonathan Franzen (FSG: $ 30) In 1971, the Chicago pastor, his wife, and their four children went their separate ways.

5. Silverview John le Carré (Viking: $ 28). A posthumous spy thriller set in a small town on the English coast.

6. Oh, William! Elizabeth Strote (Random House: $ 27) A divorced couple gets together to investigate a dirty family secret.

7. Lincoln Highway. Posted by Amor Towles (Viking: $ 30). In Nebraska, 1954, a minor on parole accidentally helps two convicts escape and becomes involved in their plans.

8. Stranger in a lifeboat. Mitch Albom (Harper: $ 24). The author of The Five People You Will Meet in Heaven presents how God appears in the survivors of a shipwreck who float with the current in the sea.

9. Midnight Library Matt Haig (Viking: $ 26). The reader of an endless library must choose which way of life to lead.

10. Never Ken Follett (Viking: $ 36) Spy thriller from the author of Evening and Morning.

Hardcover nonfiction

1. Midnight in Washington Adam Schiff (Random House: $ 30) Burbank’s Democratic representative continues to sound the alarm over the health of democracy in the United States.

2. Dawn of everything David Graeber, David Wengrow (FSG: $ 35) Anthropologists are exploring how early human history set the course for today’s world.

3. Narrator Dave Grohl (Day Street: $ 30) Memoir by Foo Fighters frontman.

4. My body Emily Ratajkowski (Metropolitan: $ 26) Model-actress explores beauty and feminism.

5. Will Will Smith (Penguin: $ 30) Memoir of an Actor-Producer.

6. Whole language Gregory Boyle (avid reader: $ 27) The founder of Homeboy Industries’ third book explores the power of affection.

7. Carnival of snacks. David Sedaris (Little, Brown: $ 32) A collection of humorist’s personal diaries from 2003 to 2020.

8. Lyrics Paul McCartney (Liveright: $ 100) Former Beatle shares stories and inspiration for 154 songs he co-wrote and co-wrote.

9. Taste Stanley Tucci (Gallery: $ 28) The actor reveals his life through tales of memorable dinners and favorite foods.

10. Vanderbilt Anderson Cooper, Catherine Howe (Harper: $ 30) The Vanderbilt Heir collaborates with a historian / writer to describe his family’s dynasty.

Fiction paperback

1. Seven husbands of Evelyn Hugo Taylor Jenkins Reed (Washington Square: $ 17)

2. Song of Achilles. by Madeline Miller (Ecco: $ 17)

3. Dune by Frank Herbert (Ace: $ 11)

4. Normal people Sally Rooney (Hogarth: $ 17)

5. The Thursday Murder Club Richard Osman (Penguin: $ 17)

6. Circe by Madeline Miller (Back Bay: $ 17)

7. Daisy Jones and the Six Taylor Jenkins Reed (Ballantyne: $ 17)

8. Overstory Richard Powers (Norton: $ 19)

9. It ends with us Colleen Hoover (Atria: $ 17)

10. House in the Azure Sea. By TJ Klune (Tor: $ 19)

Nonfiction paperback

1. Unbound soul Michael A. Singer (New Harbinger: $ 19)

2. Weaving sweet grass. Robin Wall Kimmerer (Milkweed: $ 18)

3. Become a trader Joe Joe Coulomba (HarperCollins: $ 20)

4. Soul of an octopus. By Sy Montgomery (Atria: $ 17)

5. Kitchen confidential Anthony Bourdain (Ecco: $ 17)

6. The body keeps track of Bessel van der Kolk (Penguin: $ 19)

7. The best in me David Sedaris (Back Bay: $ 19)

8. The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron (TarcherPerigee: $ 17)

9. Confused life by Merlin Sheldrake (Random House: $ 18)

10. Gucci House Sarah Gay Forden (Custom: $ 18)

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