Bestselling books for the week ending August 21 | Books

Here are Publishers Weekly’s best-selling books for the week ending August 20.

1. “All the Good People Here” • Ashley Flowers

2. “The Challenge” • Danielle Steel

3. “Superpowered” • Sandra Brown

4. “Man 6:20” • David Baldacci

5. “The Nantucket Hotel” • Elin Hilderbrand

6. “Broken” • Patterson/Born

7. “Workout Partners” • John Grisham

8. “Wrong place, wrong time” • Gillian McAllister

9. “Star Wars: The Princess and the Villain” • Beth Revis

10. “Portrait of an Unknown Woman” • Daniel Silva

People also read…

1. “Naked vacuuming” • Peggy Rowe

2. “I’m glad my mother is dead” • Jennette McCurdy

3. “America, a story of redemption” • Tim Scott

4. “Diana, William and Harry” • Patterson/Mooney

5. “Political prisoner” • Paul Manafort

6. “Half Homemade, All Delicious” • David Venable

7. “For You When I’m Gone” • Steve Leder

8. “Flip Flops and Fortunes” • Brady Johns

9. “Atlas of the Heart” • Brene Brown

10. “Path lit by lightning” • David Maraniss

1. “Where the Crawdads Sing” (media link) • Delia Owens

2. “The Butler” • Danielle Steel

3. “Abandoned in Death” • JD Robb

4. “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” • Robert T. Kiyosaki

5. “The Third Grave” • Lisa Jackson

6. “Three women disappear” • Patterson/Serafin

7. “The Summer House” • Patterson/DuBois

8. “It’s better this way” • Debbie Macomber

9. “Dusk Till Dawn” • Nora Roberts

10. “Blue Skies” • Nora Roberts

1. “Verity” •Colleen Hoover

2. “Reminders of Him” ​​• Colleen Hoover

3. “Jujutsu Kaisen, vol. 17” • Gege Akutami

4. “Book Lover” • Emily Henry

5. “Definitive Word Search, Vol. 1” • Thunder Bay

6. “Grandmaster of Demonic Cultivation, Vol. 3” • Mo Xiang Tong Xiu

7. “Every Summer After” • Carley Fortune

8. “Where the Crawdads Sing” (media link) • Delia Owens

9. “The Wish” • Nicholas Sparks

10. “The Love Hypothesis” • Ali Hazelwood

Here are the top sellers at independent stores in the area for the week ending August 21. Store Reports: the Book House, Left Bank Books, Main Street Books, the Novel Neighbor, Subterranean Books.

1. “America’s Broken Heart” • Walter Johnson

2. “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo” • Taylor Jenkins Reid

3. “All the Good People Here” • Ashley Flowers

4. “Family Remains” • Lisa Jewell

5. “Our Shared Storm” • Andrew Dana Hudson

6. “Elizabeth Finch” • Julian Barnes

7. “Love in the Age of Serial Killers” • Alicia Thompson

8. “The Book Eaters” • Sunyi Dean

9. “Professor Julius K. Hunter’s Stuff You Never Knew About St. Louis” • Julius K. Hunter

10. “Life on the Mississippi” • Rinker Buck

1. “Heartstopper Vol. 1” • Alice Oseman

2. “Good night St. Louis” • Herman/Dubray

3. “The Undead Truth About Us” • Britney Lewis

4. “Scary Pencil!” •Aaron Reynolds

5. “Spy Camp” • Stuart Gibbs

6. “Sorry adults, you can’t go to school!” » • Christine Geist

7. “Don’t Call Me Hurricane” • Ellen Hagan

8. “The Elephant Girl” • Patterson/Banda-Aaku

9. “A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder” • Holly Jackson

10. “A Court of Frost and Starlight” • Sarah J. Maas

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