Best Sellers

    • Beastie Boys Book
      Mike D.

      With a style as distinctive and eclectic as a Beastie Boys album, Beastie Boys Book upends the typical music memoir. Alongside the band narrative you will find rare photos, original illustrations, a cookbook by chef Roy Choi, a graphic novel, a map of Beastie Boys’ New York, mixtape playlists, pieces by guest contributors, and many more surprises.

    • Becoming
      Michelle Obama

      An intimate memoir by the former First Lady chronicles the experiences that have shaped her remarkable life, from her childhood on the South Side of Chicago through her setbacks and achievements in the White House.

    • Educated
      Tara Westover

      An unforgettable memoir about a young girl who, kept out of school, leaves her survivalist family and goes on to earn a PhD from Cambridge University.

    • Every Breath
      Nicholas Sparks

      A chance encounter becomes a transcendent turning point for two very different people, including the conflicted surgeon daughter of an ALS patient and a Sunset Beach newcomer from Zimbabwe who aims to meet his birth father.

    • Fire and Blood
      George R.R. Martin

      Centuries before the events of A Game of Thrones, House Targaryen took up residence on Dragonstone. Fire & Blood begins their tale with the legendary Aegon the Conqueror, creator of the Iron Throne, and goes on to recount the generations of Targaryens who fought to hold that iconic seat, all the way up to the civil war that nearly tore their dynasty apart.

    • The Fifth Risk
      Michael Lewis

      Lewis turns timely political reporting into a book about federal government bureaucracies of the current presidency. Neither Trump nor his appointees have shown no curiosity about how those agencies actually function. To provide context, he contrasts the competent transition teams assembled after the previous elections of Presidents Bush and Obama. As with nearly all of Lewis' books, this one succeeds on so many levels, including as a primer on how the government serves citizens in underappreciated ways.

    • Leadership
      Doris Kearns Goodwin

      Draws on five decades of scholarship to offer an illuminating exploration of the early development, growth, and exercise of leadership as demonstrated by Presidents Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, and Lyndon Johnson.

    • The Library Book
      Susan Orlean

      An investigation of the fire that devastated the Los Angeles Public Library in 1986 evolves into a page-turning history of the immense impact libraries and books have had throughout time. Profoundly moving and enlightening, and a clear call to readers to appreciate and support their libraries. For readers who enjoy high-quality narrative nonfiction.

    • Nine Perfect Strangers
      Liane Moriarty

      Gathering at a remote health resort for a 10-day fitness program, nine strangers and their enigmatic host become subjects of interest to a brokenhearted novelist who develops uncomfortable doubts about the resort's real agenda.

    • The Point of It All
      Charles Krauthammer

      Compiled by Charles Krauthammer before his passing, an intimate collection of his most notable works and writings includes never-before-published speeches on his political philosophy and personal history and a major, new essay about the state of global democracy.

    • Presidents of War
      Michael Beschloss

      The best-selling author charts the controversial leadership, public reputations and evolving political powers of American wartime presidents from the War of 1812 through Vietnam, including Lincoln, Wilson and LBJ.

    • The Reckoning
      John Grisham

      In a novel unlike anything he has written before, John Grisham takes us on an incredible journey, from the Jim Crow South to the jungles of the Philippines; from an insane asylum to the Clanton courtroom where a defense attorney tries desperately to save his client. Reminiscent of the finest tradition of Southern Gothic storytelling, The Reckoning would not be complete without Grisham's signature layers of legal suspense, and he delivers on every page.

    • Where the Crawdads Sing
      Delia Owens

      Viewed with suspicion in the aftermath of a tragedy, a beautiful hermit who has survived for years in a marsh becomes targeted by unthinkable forces.

    • The Witch Elm
      Tana French

      Toby leads a charmed life with an idyllic childhood, a good family, a loving girlfriend, and promising prospects. But a vicious attack changes everything. Atmospheric, twisty, and perfect for readers who like Gillian Flynn or Kate Atkinson.