Publishers Weekly 8/19/23

Here are the most current bestsellers according to Publishers Weekly:


  1. Fourth Wing by Rebecca Yarros
  2. Tom Lake by Ann Patchett
  3. Happiness by Danielle Steel
  4. The Heaven & Earth Grocery Store by James McBride
  5. None of This Is True by Lisa Jewell
  6. Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver
  7. Covenant of Water by Abraham Verghese
  8. Happy Place by Emily Henry
  9. Out of Nowhere by Sandra Brown
  10. Masters of Death by Olivie Blake
  11. Obsessed: A Psychological Thriller by James Patterson
  12. The Five-Star Weekend by Elin Hilderbrand
  13. The Collector by Daniel Silva
  14. Dead Fall: A Thriller by Brad Thor
  15. The Blonde Identity by Ally Carter


  1. American Playbook: A Guide to Winning Back the Country from the Democrats by Clay Travis
  2. Outlive: The Science and Art of Longevity by Peter Attia and Bill Gifford
  3. Tucker by Chadwick Moore
  4. Baking Yesteryear: The Best Recipes from the 1900s to the 1980s by B. Dylan Hollis
  5. The Creative Act: A Way of Being by Rick Rubin
  6. The Wager: A Tale of Shipwreck, Mutiny and Murder by David Grann
  7. I’m Glad My Mom Died by Jennette McCurdy
  8. Adversity for Sale: Ya Gotta Believe by Jeezy
  9. Like a River: Finding the Faith and Strength to Move Forward After Loss and Heartache by Granger Smith
  10. Magnolia Table, Volume 3: A Collection of Recipes for Gathering by Joanna Gaines
  11. Unreasonable Hospitality: The Remarkable Power of Giving People More Than They Expect by Will Guidara
  12. Beyond the Story: 10-Year Record of BTS by BTS
  13. Preparing to Meet Jesus: A 21-Day Challenge to Move from Salvation to Transformation by Anne Graham Lotz and Rachel-Ruth Lotz Wright
  14. Fast Like a Girl: A Woman’s Guide to Using the Healing Power of Fasting to Burn Fat, Boost Energy, and Balance Hormones by Mindy Pelz
  15. The In-Between: Unforgettable Encounters During Life’s Final Moments by Hadley Vlahos

*Strikethrough means that item is not available in our catalog at this time.

Posted in General, Reviews and Recommendations.


    • Hi Pat,
      Please don’t be troubled 😉 There are many, many reasons a book might not be available – it doesn’t mean it won’t EVER be, just that it isn’t right NOW. If you look back at all of our Publishers Weekly blogs/lists from when we first started doing them digitally in late 2020 (we’ve always had them printed in the stacks), you’ll see titles crossed off then as well. The strike-through simply means they aren’t available in the catalog at this time. Thank you, Cari / Information Services

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