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1 BOOK LOVERS (Berkley, $17). By Emily Henry. Two contrasting New York book pros run into each other while on a small-town vacation.

2 WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING (Putnam, $18). By Delia Owens. A young outcast finds herself at the center of a local murder trial.

3 THE SEVEN HUSBANDS OF EVELYN HUGO (Washington Square Press, $17). By Taylor Jenkins Reid. A Hollywood icon shares the story of her glamorous life with a young reporter, and they both discover the price of fame.

4 IT ENDS WITH US (Atria, $16.99). By Colleen Hoover. A woman questions her relationship with a commitment-phobic partner when her old flame resurfaces.

5 TRUTH (Grand Central, $16.99). By Colleen Hoover. A writer hired to finish the manuscript of an incapacitated best-selling author learns disturbing secrets.

6 MALIBU RISES (Ballantine, $18). By Taylor Jenkins Reid. An end-of-summer party is the backdrop to the story of four famous siblings trying to reckon with their upbringing.

7 PEOPLE WE MEET ON HOLIDAY (Berkley, $16). By Emily Henry. Two college best friends who had a falling out reunite for another vacation together.

8th THE SONG OF ACHILLES (Eco, $16.99). By Madeleine Miller. The legend of Achilles retold from the perspective of his friend Patroclus.

9 READ BEACH (Berkley, $16). By Emily Henry. Two authors who are summer neighbors challenge each other to write novels in each other’s genres.

10 BEAUTIFUL WORLD, WHERE ARE YOU (Picador, $18). By Sally Rooney. Two friends struggle to define their romantic relationships in the context of today’s uncertain world.

1 BRAIDING GRASS: INDIGENOUS WISDOM, SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE AND TEACHINGS OF PLANTS (Milkweed editions, $18). By Robin Wall Kimmerer. Essays by an indigenous scientist offer lessons in mutual awareness between humans and plants.

2 THE BODY HOLDS THE POINTS (Penguin, $19). By Bessel van der Kolk. A scientific look at how trauma can alter a person’s body and brain.

3 THE BOMBER MAFIA (Back Bay, $18.99). By Malcolm Gladwell. How a strategy to reduce precision bombing bloodshed was foiled by military leaders during World War II.

4 FIND THE MOTHER TREE (vintage, $17). By Susan Simard. An ecologist sheds light on the connections between trees and people.

5 ALL ABOUT LOVE (Tomorrow, $15.99). By bell hook. The first book in the feminist trilogy, Love Song to the Nation, looks at compassion as a form of love.

6 EDUCATED (Random House, $18.99). By Tara Westover. The memoirs of a woman from a family of survivors who received her PhD from Cambridge.

7 THE RIDE OF YOUR LIFE (Ballantine, $18). By Elizabeth Letts. A woman with an incurable diagnosis rides across America on horseback.

8th BETWEEN TWO KINGDOMS (Random House, $18). By Suleika Jaouad. A cancer diagnosis ruins a fresh college grad’s plans for the future.

9 CONFUSED LIFE (Random House, $18). By Merlin Sheldrake. A biologist explains the importance of mushrooms for our bodies and the environment.

10 THE GLORIOUS AND THE VILE (Crown, $20). By Eric Larson. A look at how Winston Churchill guided Britain through WWII examining his political play and family dynamics.

1 DUNE (Ace, $10.99). By Frank Herbert. In the classic science fiction novel, a young boy survives a family betrayal on an inhospitable planet.

2 1984 (Seal, $9.99). By George Orwell. The classic novel about the dangers of a totalitarian police state.

3 DUNE MESSIAH (Ace, $9.99). By Frank Herbert. The second book of the Dune Chronicles takes up the story of Paul Atreides 12 years after he became emperor of the known universe.

4 LORD OF THE FLIES (Penguin, $11). By William Golding. The classic, disturbing tale of English schoolboys stranded on a deserted island.

5 ANIMAL FARM (Seal, $9.99). By George Orwell. In this classic broadside against Stalinism, animals stage a workers’ coup on a farm and then evolve into a totalitarian state.

6 THE WAY OF THE KINGS (Gate, $9.99). By Brandon Sanderson. The first volume in the Stormlight Archive series.

7 SLAUGHTERHOUSE FIVE (Bay Leaf, $7.99). By Kurt Vonnegut. The classic anti-war novel about the arson attack on Dresden.

8th Good omens (Tomorrow, $9.99). By Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. A novel that imagines the end of the world and the aftermath.

9 THE NAME OF THE WIND (DAW, $10.99). By Patrick Rothfuss. Kvothe the Kingkiller tells the story of his rise to near-legendary heroism.

10 MISTBORN: THE LAST REICH (Gate, $9.99). By Brandon Sanderson. A fugitive and a thief join forces to overthrow the oppressive Lord Ruler.

The rankings reflect sales for the week ended June 26th. Charts may not be reproduced without permission from the American Booksellers Association, the trade association of independent bookstores in the United States, and indiebound.org. Copyright 2022 American Booksellers Association. (The bestseller lists alternate between hardcover and paperback every week.)

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