Publisher’s Weekly 5/26/2022

Here are the most current bestsellers according to Publisher’s Weekly:


  1. In the Blood, 5 by Jack Carr
  2. 22 Seconds by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
  3. This Time Tomorrow by Emma Straub
  4. Dream Town by David Baldacci
  5. Run, Rose, Run by James Patterson and Dolly Parton
  6. The Summer Place by Jennifer Weiner
  7. Something Wilder by Christina Lauren
  8. Book of Night by Holly Black
  9. The Island by Adrian McKinty
  10. The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley
  11. The Homewreckers by Mary Kay Andrews
  12. The Investigator by John Sandford
  13. Beautiful by Danielle Steel
  14. The Lioness by Chris Bohjalian
  15. The Lost Summers of Newport by Beatriz Williams, Lauren Willig, and Karen White


  1. The Office Bffs: Tales of the Office from Two Best Friends Who Were There by Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey
  2. Mordenkainen Presents: Monsters of the Multiverse (Dungeons & Dragons Book) by Wizards RPG Team
  3. Endure: How to Work Hard, Outlast, and Keep Hammering by Cameron Hanes; Contribution and foreword by Joe Rogan
  4. Killing the Killers: The Secret War Against Terrorists by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard
  5. Phil: The Rip-Roaring (and Unauthorized!) Biography of Golf’s Most Colorful Superstar by Alan Shipnuck
  6. Finding Me: A Memoir by Viola Davis
  7. River of the gods: genius, courage, and betrayal in the search for the source of the Nile by Candice Millard
  8. Why I Stand by Jonathan Isaac
  9. Atlas of the Heart: Mapping Meaningful Connection and the Language of Human Experience by Brené Brown
  10. Created Equal: The Painful Past, Confusing Present, and Hopeful Future of Race in America by Ben Carson, with Candy Carson; Foreword by Alveda King
  11. Mean Baby: A Memoir of Growing Up by Selma Blair
  12. The Mothers and Daughters of the Bible Speak: Lessons on Faith from Nine Biblical Families by Shannon Bream
  13. Half Baked Harvest Every Day: Recipes for Balanced, Flexible, Feel-Good Meals by Tieghan Gerard
  14. The Palace Papers: Inside the House of Windsor–The Truth and the Turmoil by Tina Brown
  15. How the Future Works: Leading Flexible Teams to Do the Best Work of Their Lives by Brian Elliott, Sheela Subramanian, and Helen Kupp; Foreword by Stewart Butterfield

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