Top Reads: Janet Evanovich's TAKEDOWN TWENTY Tops New York Times' Fiction List, Week Ending 12/8
Since there's no end-all-be-all 'best seller' list, BWW Bookshas rounded up both The New York Times' top sellers as well as Amazon's - providing you with your one-stop look at this week's top reads!
Janet Evanovich's TAKEDOWN TWENTY topped the New York Times' fiction list for the week ending Dec. 1, David Baldacci's KING AND MAXWELL in second, and John Grisham's SYCAMORE ROW in third.
Charles Krauthammer's THINGS THAT MATTER once again claimed the top spot on the non-fiction list, with KILLING JESUS by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard in second, and Glenn Beck's MIRACLES AND MASSACRES in third.
On the Amazon side, DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: HARD LUCK by Jeff Kinney held strong as this week's top seller, with Krauthammer's THINGS THAT MATTER in second, and Stephen King's DOCTOR SLEEP rounding out the top three for the week.
The New York Times Best Sellers
Combined Print & E-Book Fiction
1) TAKEDOWN TWENTY - Janet Evanovich
2) KING AND MAXWELL - David Baldacci
3) SYCAMORE ROW - John Grisham
4) 11/22/63 - Stephen King
5) THE GOLDFINCH - Donna Tartt
6) DUST - Patricia Cornwell
7) DARK WITCH - Nora Roberts
8) THE FIRST PHONE CALL FROM HEAVEN - Mitch Albom
9) BEAUTIFUL BEGINNING - Christina Lauren
10) ENDER'S GAME - Orson Scott Card