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Here are the bestsellers for the week that ended Saturday, Oct. 8, compiled from data from independent and chain bookstores, book wholesalers and independent distributors nationwide, powered by NPD BookScan © 2021 NPD Group.

(Reprinted from Publishers Weekly, published by PWxyz LLC. © 2021, PWxyz LLC.)

HARDCOVER FICTION

1. The Lincoln Highway. Amor Towles. Viking

2. The Wish. Nicholas Sparks. Grand Central

3. Cloud Cuckoo Land. Anthony Doerr. Scribner

4. Crossroads. Jonathan Franzen. FSG

5. The Butler. Danielle Steel. Delacorte

6. Apples Never Fall. Liane Moriarty. Holt

7. The Jailhouse Lawyer. Patterson/Allen. Little, Brown

8. Billy Summers. Stephen King. Scribner

9. The Last Thing He Told Me. Laura Dave. Simon & Schuster

10. Harlem Shuffle. Colson Whitehead. Doubleday

HARDCOVER NONFICTION

1. The Storyteller. Dave Grohl. Dey Street

2. Peril. Woodward/Costa. Simon & Schuster

3. I’ll Take Your Questions Now. Stephanie Grisham. Harper

4. Taste. Stanley Tucci. Gallery

5. Where Do We Go from Here? David Jeremiah. Thomas Nelson

6. Feeding the Soul (Because It’s My Business). Tabitha Brown. Morrow

7. American Marxism. Mark R. Levin. Threshold

8. Jesus Listens. Sarah Young. Thomas Nelson

9. Vanderbilt. Cooper/Howe. Harper

10. The Dying Citizen. Victor Davis Hanson. Basic

MASS MARKET

1. When All Hell Broke Loose. Johnstone/Johnstone. Pinnacle

2. Missing and Endangered. J.A. Jance. Morrow

3. Before She Disappeared. Lisa Gardner. Dutton

4. The Perfect Christmas. Debbie Macomber. Mira

5. The 19th Christmas. Patterson/Paetro. Grand Central

6. Mile High with a Vampire. Lynsay Sands. Avon

7. Lightning Game. Christine Feehan. Berkley

8. Santa’s Sweetheart. Janet Dailey. Zebra

9. Hush-Hush. Stuart Woods. Putnam

10. Arctic Witness. Heather Woodhaven. Love Inspired Suspense

TRADE PAPERBACK

1. Chainsaw Man, Vol. 7. Tatsuki Fujimoto. Viz

2. Jujutsu Kaisen, Vol. 12. Gege Akutami. Viz

3. 2 Sisters Detective Agency. Patterson/Fox. Grand Central

4. Wotakoi: Love Is Hard for Otaku 5. Fujita. Kodansha

5. Where the Crawdads Sing. Delia Owens. Putnam

6. The Love Hypothesis. Ali Hazelwood. Berkley

7. A Gambling Man. David Baldacci. Grand Central

8. Spy X Family, Vol. 6. Tatsuya Endo. Viz

9. One-Punch Man, Vol. 23. One/Murata. Viz

10. People We Meet on Vacation. Emily Henry. Berkley

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