Hardcover Fiction Bestsellers
Jun 29, 2012 — A Hologram for the King, Dave Eggers' tale of adventure and economic hardship, debuts at No. 5.
Jul 22, 2011 — War is winding down in the Seven Kingdoms, but dynastic struggles continue to loom large. After a six-year wait, A Dance with Dragons — the fifth book in George R.R. Martin's Song of Ice and Fire series — debuts at No. 1.
Jul 15, 2011 — After her husband is indicted for investment fraud, Meredith Martin Delinn loses everything, but she hopes a summer on Nantucket will help her heal. Silver Girl, by Elin Hilderbrand, enjoys a second week on the list.
Jul 8, 2011 — When the young witness to a triple homicide lapses into a state of shock, Detective Linna tries to breach his memory through hypnosis. The Hypnotist — a Swedish import by Lars Kepler — debuts at No. 9.
Jul 1, 2011 — After a friend's death, a Vermont teenager moves to New York's Lower East Side in search of a sense of community. Hippies and Hare Krishnas populate Eleanor Henderson's Ten Thousand Saints, which debuts at No. 13.
Jun 24, 2011 — Three generations of strong-willed women spill their secrets at the family's summer home. Maine, by J. Courtney Sullivan, debuts at No. 7.
Jun 17, 2011 — When a computer intelligence system goes live, the human race inadvertently creates its own successor. Human characters across the globe resist mass deletion in Daniel H. Wilson's Robopocalypse. It debuts at No. 9.
Jun 10, 2011 — When bad-boy actor Jumbo Nelson gets accused of rape and murder, the Boston police department calls private eye Spenser in to help them solve the case. Robert B. Parker's Sixkill enjoys its fifth week on the list.
Jun 3, 2011 — Pete Hamill follows the editor-in-chief of New York's last afternoon tabloid through murder, mourning and the rush of a daily deadline. Tabloid City debuts at No. 12.
May 27, 2011 — Before Doc Holliday was a gun-slinging Western legend, he was an ailing Southern gentleman in search of a better climate. Author Mary Doria Russell tells the story of his beginnings in the West, and his rise to notoriety in a thrilling, almost lawless world. Doc debuts at No. 12.