NYT Fiction Best Sellers

Celebrating her first appearance at #1 on the hardcover NYT best seller list this week is Patricia Briggs, for Silver Borne, the fifth book in her Mercy Thompson series, about a shapeshifter and auto mechanic in Washington State.

Silver Borne (Mercy Thompson, Book 5)
Patricia Briggs
Retail Price: $24.95
Hardcover: 352 pages
Publisher: Ace Hardcover – (2010-03-30)
ISBN / EAN: 044101819X / 9780441018192

Penguin Audio; UNABR; ISBN 9781101192566; $39.95
Audio downloadable from OverDrive

At #2 after 53 weeks on the list (and the paperback still not in sight) is The Help by Kathryn Stockett. It was last at #1 two weeks ago.

Ian McEwan’s Solar has been getting dozens of reviews (Entertainment Weekly said this black comedy is “… the funniest book Ian McEwan has ever written, though granted that’s faint praise given the things his characters have done to corpses over the years”). It hits the list at #6.

Ian McEwan
Retail Price: $26.95
Hardcover: 304 pages
Publisher: Nan A. Talese – (2010-03-30)
ISBN / EAN: 0385533411 / 9780385533416

Large Print; 978-0-7393-7778-9; $27
Adobe EPUB eBook downloadable from OverDrive

Slipping to #15 after four weeks is Viking’s big bet of the season, Angelology.

Jonathan Kellerman’s new Alex Delaware title, Deception, arrives at #4.

Deception: An Alex Delaware Novel
Jonathan Kellerman
Retail Price: $28.00
Hardcover: 352 pages
Publisher: Ballantine Books – (2010-03-30)
ISBN / EAN: 0345505670 / 9780345505675

RH Audio; UNABR; 9780739368954; $45
Audio and Adobe EPUB eBook available from OverDrive.

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