National Indie Bestsellers

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    Bestseller List for June 14, 2017
    Based on sales for the week ending June 11, 2017
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      Trade Paperback Fiction Last Week/
    Weeks on List
    1. All the Light We Cannot See
    Anthony Doerr, Scribner, $17.00, 9781501173219
    Doerr's beautiful novel about a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France during World War II.
    1/10
    2. The Handmaid's Tale
    Margaret Atwood, Anchor, $15.95, 9780525435006
    Atwood's funny, unexpected, horrifying, and altogether convincing novel is at once scathing satire, dire warning, and literary tour de force. Now a Hulu series.
    3/7
    3. Commonwealth
    Ann Patchett, Harper Perennial, $16.99, 9780062491831
    Patchett's beautifully written novel tells the enthralling story of how an unexpected romantic encounter irrevocably changes two families' lives.
    2/6
    4. The Woman in Cabin 10
    Ruth Ware, Gallery/Scout Press, $16.00, 9781501132957
    A suspenseful and haunting novel by the bestselling author of In a Dark, Dark Wood.
    4/9
    5. A Man Called Ove
    Fredrik Backman, Washington Square Press, $16.00, 9781476738024
    In Backman's charming novel, a grumpy yet lovable man finds his solitary world turned on its head when a boisterous young family moves in next door.
    7/92
    6. Lilac Girls
    Martha Hall Kelly, Ballantine, $17.00, 9781101883082
    Kelly's debut novel is an incredible story of love, redemption, and terrible secrets that were hidden for decades.
    5/15
    7. The Nest
    Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney, Ecco, $16.99, 9780062414229
    Sweeney's warm, funny, and perceptive debut novel about four adult siblings and the fate of their shared inheritance.
    8/10
    8. Homegoing (An Indies Introduce Title)
    Yaa Gyasi, Vintage, $16.00, 9781101971062
    Gyasi's extraordinary novel illuminates slavery's troubled legacy both for those who were taken and those who stayed--and shows how the memory of captivity has been inscribed on the soul of our nation.
    6/6
    9. The Nightingale
    Kristin Hannah, St. Martin's Griffin, $16.99, 9781250080400
    Hannah's heartbreakingly beautiful novel that celebrates the resilience of the human spirit and the durability of women.
    9/7
    10. Before the Fall- Debut
    Noah Hawley, Grand Central, $15.99, 9781455561797
    Hawley's stunning novel of suspense raises questions of fate, human nature, and the inextricable ties that bind us together.
    /1
    11. The Couple Next Door
    Shari Lapena, Penguin Books, $16.00, 9780735221109
    Lapena's suspenseful novel about a young couple and their apparently friendly neighbors. A twisty tale of lies, betrayal, and the secrets between husbands and wives.
    13/2
    12. Milk and Honey
    Rupi Kaur, Andrews McMeel, $14.99, 9781449474256
    Kaur's collection of poetry and prose about survival and the experience of violence, abuse, love, loss, and femininity.
    11/40
    13. The Girls
    Emma Cline, Random House, $17.00, 9780812988024
    Cline's remarkable debut novel is gorgeously written and spellbinding, with razor-sharp precision and startling psychological insight.
    10/4
    14. All the Missing Girls
    Megan Miranda, S&S, $16.00, 9781501107979
    A masterful psychological suspense novel about the disappearances of two young women--a decade apart--told in reverse.
    14/19
    15. American Gods
    Neil Gaiman, Morrow, $19.99, 9780062572233
    Gaiman's masterful novel is now a STARZ original series.
    12/7
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    17. Modern Lovers
    Emma Straub, Riverhead, $16.00, 9781594634680
    Straub's smart, highly entertaining novel about a tight-knit group of friends from college--and what it means to finally grow up, well after adulthood has set in.
     

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