Top Reads: Bill O'Reilly & Martin Dugard's KILLING JESUS Rises to Top of New York Times Best Sellers, Week Ending 10/27
John Sanford's STORM FRONT blew through the New York Times' fiction list for the week ending Oct. 27, bumping James Patterson and Michael Ledwige's GONE to the sixth spot. DOING HARD TIME by Stuart Woods took second, while Stephen King's latest thriller DOCTOR SLEEP was the third best-selling novel.
KILLING JESUS by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard took the top spot on the non-fiction list, with Elizabeth Smart's much-anticipated memoir, MY STORY, debuting at number two. Malcolm Gladwell's DAVID AND GOLIATH rose to the third spot for the week.
On the Amazon side, THINGS THAT MATTER: THREE DECADES OF PASSIONS, PASTIMES AND POLITICS by Charles Krauthammer took the top spot, with Veronica Roth's ALLEGIANT in second, and Rush Limaugh's impending children's book, RUSH REVERE AND THE BRAVE PILGRIMS: TIME-TRAVEL ADVENTURES WITH EXCEPTIONAL AMERICANS, rounding out the top three.
The New York Times Best Sellers
Combined Print & E-Book Fiction
1) STORM FRONT - John Sandford
2) DOING HARD TIME - Stuart Woods
3) DOCTOR SLEEP - Stephen King
4) THE HUSBAND'S SECRET - Liane Moriarty
5) THE LONGEST RIDE - Nicholas Sparks
6) GONE - James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge
7) STARRY NIGHT - Debbie Macomber
8) ENDER'S GAME - Orson Scott Card
9) GONE GIRL - Gillian Flynn
10) NEVER GO BACK - Lee Child