3 A COURT OF THORNS AND ROSES (Bloomsbury, $19). By Sarah J. Maas. A threat is growing over a magical land where a huntress is being held captive.
4 TRUST (Riverhead, $17). By Hernan Diaz. In this Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, an excessively wealthy family with a secret is the catalyst for examining how stories can shape the truth.
5 THE SEVEN HUSBANDS OF EVELYN HUGO (Washington Square, $17). By Taylor Jenkins Reid. A Hollywood icon recounts the story of her glamorous life to a young reporter, and both discover the cost of fame.
6 NEVER WHISTLE AT NIGHT (Vintage, $17). Edited by Shane Hawk and Theodore C. Van Alst Jr. An anthology of dark fiction by Indigenous authors includes stories by Tommy Orange, Rebecca Roanhorse and David Heska Wanbli Weiden.
7 THE MIDNIGHT LIBRARY (Penguin, $18). By Matt Haig. A regretful woman lands in a library where she gets to play out her life had she made different choices.
8 THE THURSDAY MURDER CLUB (Penguin, $18). By Richard Osman. Four septuagenarians join forces to catch a killer.
9 BABEL (Harper Voyager, $20). By R.F. Kuang. A Chinese orphan, who is in Regency-era London for his magical education, feels torn between two cultures.
10 MAD HONEY (Ballantine, $18). By Jodi Picoult and Jennifer Finney Boylan. A woman confronts the possibility that her teenage son is a murderer when his girlfriend dies from a fall.
1 KILLERS OF THE FLOWER MOON (Vintage, $18). David Grann. A look at the FBI’s investigation of Native American deaths in 1920s Oklahoma.
2 BRAIDING SWEETGRASS (Milkweed, $20). By Robin Wall Kimmerer. Essays by an Indigenous scientist offer lessons in reciprocal awareness between people and plants.
3 ALL ABOUT LOVE (Morrow, $16.99). By bell hooks. The first volume in the iconic feminist’s Love Song to the Nation trilogy considers compassion as a form of love.
4 THE HUNDRED YEARS’ WAR ON PALESTINE (Picador, $19.99). By Rashid Khalidi. A historian of the Middle East traces events from 1917 to 2017 to argue that the conflict between Israel and Gaza is a war of colonial conquest.
5 THE STORYTELLER (Dey Street Books, $29.99). By Dave Grohl. The musician reflects on his life and career.
6 THE BODY KEEPS THE SCORE (Penguin, $19). By Bessel van der Kolk. A scientific look at how trauma can reshape a person’s body and brain.
7 AN IMMENSE WORLD (Random House, $20). By Ed Yong. A science writer describes different ways sensory perception can be experienced in animals, including humans.
8 CRYING IN H MART (Vintage, $17). By Michelle Zauner. A Korean American indie rock-star chronicles her relationship with her mother and their shared culture.
9 THE SONG OF THE CELL (Scribner, $21). By Siddhartha Mukherjee. The Pulitzer Prize-winning doctor and researcher explains what the understanding of cells means to the past, present and possibly the future.
10 NOVELIST AS A VOCATION (Vintage, $17). By Haruki Murakami. The author of “Norwegian Wood” and “1Q84” looks back at his life as a writer.
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