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Bestselling books for the week that ended June 26

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Here are the bestselling books from Publishers Weekly for the week that ended June 25.

HARDCOVER FICTION

1. “The Hotel Nantucket” • Elin Hilderbrand

2. “Sparring Partners” • John Grisham

3. “Escape” • Patterson/Ellis

4. “The House Across the Lake” • Riley Sager

5. “Lapvona” • Ottessa Moshfegh

6. “Horse” • Geraldine Brooks

7. “Tom Clancy: Zero Hour” • Don Bentley

8. “Nightwork” • Nora Roberts

9. “Run, Rose, Run” • Parton/Patterson

10. “Meant to Be” • Emily Giffin

HARDCOVER NONFICTION

1. “Battle for the American Mind” • Pete Hegseth

People are also reading…

2. “Half Homemade, Fully Delicious” • David Venable

3. “The Power of One More” • Ed Mylett

4. “An Immense World” • Ed Yong

5. “Killing the Killers” • O’Reilly/Dugard

6. “James Patterson” • James Patterson

7. “The Game Master’s Book of Traps, Puzzles and Dungeons” • Jeff Ashworth

8. “Happy-Go-Lucky” • David Sedaris

9. “Leading With Heart” • Baird/Sullivan

10. “I’d Like to Play Alone, Please” • Tom Segura

MASS MARKET

1. “Complications” • Danielle Steel

2. “The Return” • Nicholas Sparks

3. “Summer Shadows” • Nora Roberts

4. “No Way Out” • Fern Michaels

5. “Better Off Dead” • Child/Child

6. “Deadly Cross” • James Patterson

7. “Autopsy” • Patricia Cornwell

8. “When the Shooting Starts” • Johnstone/Johnstone

9. “Montana” • Debbie Macomber

10. “Taming a Texan” • Diana Palmer

TRADE PAPERBACK

1. “Verity” • Colleen Hoover

2. “Reminders of Him” • Colleen Hoover

3. “Jujutsu Kaisen, Vol. 16” • Gege Akutami

4. “Book Lovers” • Emily Henry

5. “Every Summer After” • Carley Fortune

6. “Malibu Rising” • Taylor Jenkins

7. “The Judge’s List” • John Grisham

8. “The Love Hypothesis” • Ali Hazelwood

9. “Wish You Were Here” • Jodi Picoult

10. “Chainsaw Man, Vol. 11” • Tatsuki Fujimoto

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Here are the bestsellers at area independent stores for the week that ended June 26. Stores reporting: the Book House, Left Bank Books, Main Street Books, the Novel Neighbor, Subterranean Books.

1. “Book Lovers” • Emily Henry

2. “Happy-Go-Lucky” • David Sedaris

3. “How to Raise an Antiracist” • Ibram X. Kendi

4. “Last Summer on State Street” • Toya Wolfe

5. “The Final Girl Support Group” • Grady Hendrix

6. “Crying in H Mart” • Michelle Zauner

7. “The House Across the Lake” • Riley Sager

8. “The Song of Achilles” • Madeline Miller

9. “The Twilight World” • Werner Herzog

10. “It All Comes Down to This” • Therese Anne Fowler

CHILDREN/YOUNG ADULTS

1. “Meet Cute Diary” • Emery Lee

2. “This Wicked Fate” • Kalynn Bayron

3. “Goodnight Racism” • Kendi/Bayoc

4. “A Court of Mist and Fury” • Sarah J. Maas

5. “Stamped (For Kids): Racism, Antiracism, and You” • Jason Reynolds

6. “I Kissed Shara Wheeler” • Casey McQuiston

7. “The Mysterious Benedict Society” • Trenton Lee Stewart

8. “Good-Bye Stacey, Good-Bye” • Ann M. Martin

9. “Heartstopper 3” • Alice Oseman

10. “Good Night St. Louis” • Adam Gamble

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