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Best-selling books for the week that ended March 15

Best-selling books for the week that ended March 15

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Here are the best-selling books from Publishers Weekly for the week that ended March 15.

HARDCOVER FICTION

1. “The Girl on the Train” • Paula Hawkins

2. “All the Light We Cannot See” • Anthony Doerr

3. “Last One Home” • Debbie Macomber

4. “Prodigal Son” • Danielle Steel

5. “The Assassin” • Clive Cussler

6. “Endangered” • C.J. Box

7. “A Spool of Blue Thread” • Anne Tyler

8. “The Buried Giant” • Kazuo Ishiguro

9. “The Nightingale” • Kristin Hannah

10. “Cold Betrayal” • J.A. Jance

HARDCOVER NONFICTION

1. “Dead Wake” • Erik Larson

2. “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” • Marie Kondo

3. “Get What’s Yours” • Laurence J. Kotlikoff/Philip Moeller/Paul Solman

4. “Being Mortal” • Atul Gawande

5. “Every Day I Fight” • Stuart Scott

6. “Killing Patton” • Bill O’Reilly/Martin Dugard

7. “Savor”Shauna Niequist

8. “10-Day Detox Diet Cookbook” • Mark Hyman

9. “Thug Kitchen” • Thug Kitchen

10. “The 20/20 Diet” • Phil McGraw

Best-sellers at area independent stores for the week that ended March 15. Stores reporting: the Book House, Left Bank Books, the Novel Neighbor, Subterranean Books.

ADULTS

1. “The Girl on the Train” • Paula Hawkins

2. “Dead Wake” • Erik Larson

3. “Yes Please” • Amy Poehler

4. “Famous-Barr: St. Louis Shopping at Its Finest” • Edna Campos Gravenhorst

5. “To Kill a Mockingbird” • Harper Lee

6. “Epitaph: A Novel of the O.K. Corral” • Mary Doria Russell

7. “Every Day I Fight” • Stuart Scott

8. “Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?” • Roz Chast

9. “All the Light We Cannot See” • Anthony Doerr

10. “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing” • Marie Kondo

CHILDREN/YOUNG ADULTS

1. “Painting for Peace in Ferguson” • Carol Swartout Klein

2. “Goodnight St. Louis” • June Herman and Julie Dubray

3. “The Giving Tree” • Shel Silverstein

4. “The Littlest Bunny in St. Louis: An Easter Adventure” • Lily Jacobs/Robert Dunn, illustrator

5. “Kid President’s Guide to Being Awesome” • Brad Montague/Rob Novak

6. “The Princess in Black” • Shannon Hale/ Dean Hale

7. “Macbeth” • Gareth Hinds

8. “Hollow City” • Ransom Riggs

9. “Mosquitoland” • David Arnold

10. “Zoo Switcheroo: Tillie and Clementine” • Dan Killeen

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