The New York Times List of Best Sellers for the week ending June 30, 2019:











1. Where The Crawdads Sing

Delia Owens

A woman who survived alone in the marsh becomes a murder suspect.

2. Unsolved

James Patterson; David Ellis

A string of seemingly accidental and unrelated deaths confound F.B.I. agent Emmy Dockery.

3. Mrs. Everything

Jennifer Weiner

The story of two sisters, Jo and Bethie Kaufman, and their life experiences as the world around them changes drastically from the 1950s.

4. City of Girls

Elizabeth Gilbert

An 89-year-old Vivian Morris looks back at the direction her life took when she entered the 1940s New York theater scene.

5. Tom Clancy Enemy Contact

Mike Maden

Jack Ryan Jr.’s latest adventures take him on a mission to stop an international criminal conspiracy and deal with tragic news.

6. The Oracle

Clive Cussler; Robin Burcell

Treasure-hunting couple, Sam and Remi Fargo, embark on a new adventure to find a sacred ancient scroll and lift its curse.

7. Recursion

Blake Crouch

A dark force alters people’s memories so drastically that reality itself starts to shift.

8. Redemption

David Baldacci

The fifth book in the Memory Man series. The first man Amos Decker put behind bars asks to have his name cleared.

9. The Summer Guests

Mary Alice Monroe

A hurricane threatening the coasts of Florida and South Carolina leads to a group of strangers sheltering together in a home.

10. On Earth We Are Briefly Beautiful

Ocean Vuong

Little Dog writes a letter to a mother who cannot read, revealing a family history.

11. The Queen Bee of Sullivan’s Island

Dorothea Benton Frank

A beekeeper’s quiet life is unsettled by her demanding mother, outgoing sister and neighboring widower.

12. The Guest Book

Sarah Blake

Evie Milton uncovers a story going back a couple generations that may shatter a family myth.

13. 18th Abduction

James Patterson; Maxine Paetro

The 18th book in the Women’s Murder Club series. Lindsay Boxer investigates the disappearance of three female teachers.

14. Fall

Neal Stephenson

A dead multibillionaire’s brain is scanned and turned back on at a time when humans live as digital souls.

15. The Silent Patient

Alex Michaelides

Theo Faber looks into the mystery of a famous painter who stops speaking after shooting her husband.












1. Unfreedom of the Press

Mark Levin

The conservative commentator and radio host makes his case that the press is aligned with political ideology.

2. Songs of America

Jon Meacham; Tim McGraw

Pulitzer Prize winner Jon Meacham and Grammy Award winner Tim McGraw explore how America was shaped by music.

3. The Pioneers

David McCullough

The Pulitzer Prize-winning historian tells the story of the settling of the Northwest Territory through five main characters.

4. Howard Stern Comes Again

Howard Stern

The radio interviewer delves into some of his favorite on-air conversations from the past four decades of his career.

5. Educated 

Tara Westover

The daughter of survivalists, who is kept out of school, educates herself enough to leave home for university.

6. Becoming

Michelle Obama

The former first lady describes her journey from the South Side of Chicago to the White House, and how she balanced work, family and her husband’s political ascent.

7. Sea Stories

William R. McRaven

A memoir by the retired four-star Navy admiral, including the capture of Saddam Hussein and the raid to kill Osama bin Laden.

8. Siege 

Michael Wolff

The author of “Fire and Fury” weaves a story of the second year of the Trump White House.

9. The Enemy of the People 

Jim Acosta

The Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and journalist begins his Revolution Trilogy with events from 1775 to 1777.

10. The British are Coming 

Rick Atkinson

CNN’s chief White House correspondent details his experience covering Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and administration.

11. More Than Enough

Elaine Welteroth

The journalist explores several themes such as race, power, identity and love.

12. The Moment of Lift

Melinda Gates

An urgent call to courage and how women about themselves, their families, their work, and what’s possible in the world.

13. Every Man A Hero 

Ray Lambert; Jim DeFelice

The Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and journalist begins his Revolution Trilogy with events from 1775 to 1777.

14. The Second Mountain 

David Brooks

A New York Times Op-Ed columnist espouses having an outward focus to attain a meaningful life.

15. One Giant Leap 

Charles Fishman

A behind-the-scenes account of the race to plan and execute the first mission to the moon in the 1960s.