NY Times Bestsellers for 41909

April 19, 2009

long-lost The top 5 hardcover fiction books on the NY Times bestseller list remained exactly the same for the second week in a row, with Harlan Coben’s Long Lost leading the way. I’ve heard that Long Lost, which is the ninth installment of the Myron Bolitar series, is actually pretty good, so I’ll probably get to it eventually. Problem is, I like to read a series in order, but have only read one or two Bolitar books thus far, so I’ve got a long way to go in order to catch up.

Hardcover Fiction:

1. LONG LOST, by Harlan Coben
2. THE HOST, by Stephenie Meyer
3. HANDLE WITH CARE, by Jodi Picoult
4. THE ASSOCIATE, by John Grisham
5. TRUE DETECTIVES, by Jonathan Kellerman

Hardcover Nonfiction:

1. LIBERTY AND TYRANNY, by Mark R. Levin
2. ALWAYS LOOKING UP, by Michael J. Fox
3. OUTLIERS, by Malcolm Gladwell
4. HOUSE OF CARDS, by William D. Cohan
5. THE YANKEE YEARS, by Joe Torre and Tom Verducci

Paperback Trade Fiction:

1. THE SHACK, by William P. Young
2. FIREFLY LANE, by Kristin Hannah
3. PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES, by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith
4. CITY OF THIEVES, by David Benioff
5. THE READER, by Bernhard Schlink

Paperback Mass-Market Fiction:

1. FROM DEAD TO WORSE, by Charlaine Harris
2. MONTANA CREEDS: TYLER, by Linda Lael Miller
3. WHERE ARE YOU NOW?, by Mary Higgins Clark
4. TRIBUTE, by Nora Roberts
5. NOTHING TO LOSE, by Lee Child

Paperback Nonfiction:

1. THREE CUPS OF TEA, by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin
2. THE MIDDLE PLACE, by Kelly Corrigan
4. EAT, PRAY, LOVE, by Elizabeth Gilbert
5. THE TIPPING POINT, by Malcolm Gladwell

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