New York Times Fiction Bestsellers

Week of December 2nd (list limited to titles available at the library)

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The Rooster Bar

by John Grisham

Three students at a sleazy for-profit law school hope to expose the student-loan banker who runs it.


by Dan Brown

A symbology professor goes on a perilous quest with a beautiful museum director.

The People Vs. Alex Cross

by James Patterson

Detective Cross takes on a case even though he has been suspended from the department and taken to federal court to stand trial on murder charges.

The Midnight Line

by Lee Child

Jack Reacher tracks down the owner of a pawned West Point class ring and stumbles upon a large criminal enterprise.

End Game

by David Baldacci

Jessica Reel and Will Robie fight a dangerous adversary in Colorado.

Past Perfect

by Danielle Steel

A Manhattan family moves into a mansion in San Francisco and encounters the ghosts of its original inhabitants.

Tom Clancy Power And Empire

by Marc Cameron

President Jack Ryan seeks to identify the hidden forces escalating the tensions between China and the United States.

Hardcore Twenty-four

by Janet Evanovich

When a homeless man is murdered, the bounty hunter Stephanie Plum searches for the killer.


by Andy Weir

A small-time smuggler living in a lunar colony schemes to pay off an old debt by pulling off a challenging heist.

Two Kinds Of Truth

by Michael Connelly

While he investigates the murder of two pharmacists, an old case comes back to haunt Harry Bosch.


by Brandon Sanderson

The third volume of the Stormlight Archive. The War of Reckoning ends and the Voidbringers return.

Sleeping Beauties

by Stephen King

Women who fall asleep become shrouded in mysterious cocoons while the men battle one another.

Little Fires Everywhere

by Celeste Ng

An artist upends a quiet town outside Cleveland.

A Column Of Fire

by Ken Follett

A pair of lovers find themselves on opposite sides of a conflict while Queen Elizabeth fights to maintain her throne.

Uncommon Type

by Tom Hanks

Seventeen short stories, each incorporating a typewriter, by the Academy Award-winning actor.