Bestsellers for the week ending July 31 | Books

Here are Publishers Weekly’s bestsellers for the week ended July 30.

1. 6:20 people” • David Baldacci

2. “Broken” Patterson/Birth

3. “Portrait of an Unknown Woman” • Daniel Silva

4. “Critical Section” • Junji Ito.

5. “Nantucket Hotel” • Elin Hilderbrand

6. “Rampant Deluxe, Vol. 11” • Kentaro Miura

7. “The It Girl” • Ruth Ware

8. “Sparring Partner” • John Grisham

9. “Measures” • Nikki Erlick

10. “The Last Man to Disappear” • Megan Miranda

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1. “The Battle of American Minds” • Pete Hegseth

2. “The Big Lie” • Jonathan Lemuel

3. “Atlas of the Heart” Bren Brown

4. “Kill the Killer” • O’Reilly/Dugard

5. The “college scam” • Charlie Kirk

6. “Find Me” • ​​Viola Davis

7. “Defeat Big Government Socialism” • Newt Gingrich

8. “Modern Asian Home Baking” • Kat Lieu

9. “Return” • Dick Morris

10. “Baking” • Paul Hollywood

1. “Crawdads Sing” (media mix) • Delia Owens

2. “Resurrection” • JD Robb

3. “The Butler” • Danielle Steel

4. “Halo of the Night” • Heather Graham

5. “The Other Miss Bridgeton” • Julia Quinn

6. “Summer House” • Patterson/DuBois

7. “Measure a Man” • William W. Johnstone

8. “It’s Better” • Debbie Macomber

9. “Rich Dad Poor Dad” • Robert T. Kiyosaki

10. “The Third Grave” • Lisa Jackson

1. “Real” • Colleen Hoover

2. “A Reminder to Him” • Colleen Hoover

3. “Where the Crayfish Sing” (media mix) • Delia Owens

4. “After Every Summer” • Carley Fortune

5. “Book Lover” Emily Henry

6. “Tokyo Avengers, Vols. 1–2” • With Kyu Kin

7. “Things We Never Overcome” • Lucy Score

8. “The Scum Villain’s Self-Saving System”, Vol. 3.” • Moxiang Tongxiu

9. “The Love Hypothesis” • Ali Hazelwood

10. “Malibu Rising” • Tyler Jenkins

Below are the bestsellers at regional independent stores for the week ending July 31. Store Report: Book House, Left Bank Books, Main Street Books, Fiction Neighbors, Underground Books.

1. “America’s Broken Heart” • Walter Johnson

2. “He was late for his own funeral” • Elaine Viets

3. “When Women Are Dragons” • Kelly Barnhill

4. “The Song of Achilles” • Madeline Miller

5. “The Vanishing Half” • Brit Bennett

6. The Library of the Dead • TL Huchu

7. “How to Raise Anti-Racists” • Ibram X. Kendi

8 “Gideon IX” • Tamsyn Muir

9. “The 7½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle” • Stuart Turton

10. “Bodyguard” Katherine Center

1. “Heartbeat Vol. 1” • Alice Osman

2. “Summer in the City of Roses” • Michelle Ruiz Keil

3. “Goodnight Racism” • Kendi/Bayoc

4. “Continue” • Rainbow Rowell

5. “The Good Girl’s Guide to Murder” • Holly Jackson

6. “If you find a leaf” • Aimee Sicuro

7. “Gilded Wolf” • Roshani Chokshi

8. “The first pizza-eating cat in space” • Mac Barnett

9. “Loveless” • Alice Osman

10. “The Emperor’s Last Door” • Kwame Mbalia

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