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This week we bring to you a listing of the books that are currently on the latest New York Times Best Seller list and are owned by the Wead Library. They may be checked out but you can get on a reserve list if you’d like for any of the books. Have your card handy and you can reserve the book yourself by searching it out first in the link in the right sidebar for “log in, research, renew”. You can also call the library and one of our friendly staff members would be more than happy to reserve it for you as well.

Best Sellers in fiction:

  • “W is for Wasted”                              by Sue Grafton
  • “Never Go Back”                                by Lee Child
  • “The Cuckoo’s Calling”                    by Robert Galbraith
  • “The Mayan Secrets”                         by Clive Cussler and Thomas Perry
  • “Inferno”                                               by Dan Brown
  • “And the Mountains Echoed”           by Khaled Hosseini
  • “Someone”                                          by Alice McDermott
  • “Gone Girl”                                          by Gillian Flynn
  • “The Husband’s Secret”                  by Liane Moriarty
  • “How the Light Gets In”                    by Louise Penny
  • “Maddaddam”                                    by Margaret Atwood

Best Sellers in Non-Fiction:

    • “Still Foolin’ ‘Em”                               by Billy Crystal
    • “Zealot”                                               by Reza Aslan
    • “Lean In”                                             by Sheryl Sandberg
    • “Wilson”                                              by A. Scott Berg
    • “A House in the Sky”                          by Amanda Lindhout
    • “Unbroken”                                         by Lauren Hillenbrand


“Gone Girl” has been on the New York Times Best Seller list for over 67 weeks, more than any other book currently on the list. Happy Fall reading!

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