August 11, 2013 Los Angeles Times Best Sellers Available at the Library
The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith debuts this week on top of the Los Angeles Times Hardcover Fiction best seller list while James Lee Burke's 20th Dave Robicheaux mystery Light of the World hits the Hardcover Fiction list in the seventh spot. This Town, Mark Leibovich's look at the status-seeking culture of our nation's capital takes over the #1 spot on the Hardcover Nonfiction list. Shirley Jones: A Memoir is also new to the Nonfiction list at #8.
Looking at the Paperback Fiction best seller list there are a few titles which now have a short waiting list. The #1 Paperback Fiction book, Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter currently has only 12 holds for 111 copies while J. K. Rowling's Casual Vacancy has 194 available copies and only 4 holds.
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1. The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith
2. And the Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseini
3. Love, Dishoner, Marry, Die, Cherish, Perish by David Rakoff
4. The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman
5. The English Girl by Daniel Silva
6. Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
7. Light of the World by James Lee Burke
8. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
9. Inferno by Dan Brown
10. The Son by Philipp Meyer
1. This Town by Mark Leibovich
2. Ava Gardner: The Secret Conversation by Ava Gardner and Peter Evans
3. Zealot by Reza Aslan
4. Let’s Explore Diabetes With Owls by David Sedaris
5. Grumpy Cat by Grumpy Cat
6. The Friedkin Connection by William Friedkin
7. Sleepless in Hollywood by Linda Obst
8. Shirley Jones: A Memoir by Shirley Jones
9. I Could Pee on This by Francesco Marciuliano
10. Eleven Rings by Phil Jackson
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