This week's best-sellers from Publishers Weekly

McClatchy-Tribune News ServiceJuly 10, 2014 

Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, July 6, compiled from data from independent and chain bookstores, book wholesalers and independent distributors nationwide, powered by Nielsen BookScan (c) 2014, The Nielsen Co.

(Reprinted from Publishers Weekly, published by PWxyz LLC. (c) 2014, PWxyz LLC.)


1. Invisible. James Patterson, David Ellis. Little, Brown ($28)

2. Top Secret Twenty-One. Janet Evanovich. Bantam ($28)

3. Silkworm. Robert Galbraith. LB/Mulholland ($28)

4. Mr. Mercedes. Stephen King. Scribner ($30)

5. The City. Dean Koontz. Bantam ($28)

6. Written in My Own Heart's Blood. Diana Gabaldon. Delacorte ($35)

7. The Goldfinch. Donna Tartt. Little, Brown ($30)

8. All Fall Down. Jennifer Weiner. Atria ($26.99)

9. The One & Only. Emily Giffin. Ballantine ($28)

10. Born of Fury. Sherrilyn Kenyon. St. Martin's. ($27.99)


1. Blood Feud. Edward Klein. Regnery ($27.99)

2. Hard Choices. Hillary Rodham Clinton. Simon & Schuster ($35)

3. How the World Sees You. Sally Hogshead. Harper Business ($29.99)

4. One Nation. Ben Carson. Penguin/Sentinel ($25.95)

5. All In Startup. Diana Kander. Wiley ($24.95)

6. Instinct. T.D. Jakes. FaithWords ($25)

7. The Family of Jesus. Karen Kingsbury. Howard Books ($19.99)

8. Think Like a Freak. Levitt/Dubner. William Morrow ($28.99)

9. Capital in the Twenty�First Century. Thomas Piketty. Harvard/Belknap ($39.95)

10. Good Call. Jase Robertson. Howard Books ($25.99)

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