Best dating new york times books 2011

best dating new york times books 2011

Books|Holiday Gift Guide. The 10 Best Books of 2011. NOV. 30, 2011. Continue reading the main story Share This Page. Continue reading the main story As war returns to the Balkans, a young doctor inflects her grandfather’s folk tales with stories of her own coming of age, creating a vibrant collage of historical testimony that has neither date nor dateline. Obreht, who was born in Belgrade in 1985 but left at the age of 7, has recreated, with startling immediacy and presence, a conflict she herself did not experience.

best dating new york times books 2011

The books are selected for the list by the “News Surveys” department based on weekly sales reports from a selection of bookstores and wholesalers throughout the United States, mostly including books sold at retail. The precise method used to select the books for the best-seller list is kept as a trade secret to prevent manipulation.

The list is categorized by fiction and non-fiction, print books and e-books, paperback and hardcover. Since 1984 they also include Advice, How-to and Miscellaneous lists, and since 2000 The Children’s Best Sellers list because these types of books were crowding the traditional lists.

Each category contains about 10-15 books. Books which get on the best sellers list can benefit from an even further increase of sales, especially for authors which were previously not well known. The current New York Times Best Sellers lists are available online at . Below we include the number one best selling fiction and non-fiction books from the past up until January 2012, organized by year from earliest to latest. New York Times Past NO1 Non-Fiction Bestsellers 1942 “The Last Time I Saw Paris” by Paul Elliot “They Were Expendable” by W.

L. White “Victory Through Air Power” by Alexander de Seversky “See Here, Private Hargrove” by Marion Hargrove “The Coming Battle of Germany” by William B. Ziff 1943 “Our Hearts Were Young and Gay” by Cornelia Otis Skinner and Emily Kimbrough “Guadalcanal Diary” by Richard Tregaskis “On Being a Real Person” by Harry Emerson Fosdick “One World” by Wendell Willkie “U. S. Foreign Policy” by Walter Lippmann “Under Cover” by John Roy Carlson 1944 “Good Night, Sweet Prince” by Gene Fowler “Yankee From Olympus” by Catherine Drinker Bowen “I Never Left Home” by Bob Hope “The Time For Decision” by Sumner Welles “Brave Men” by Ernie Pyle 1945 “Black Boy” by Richard Wright “Up Front” by Bill Mauldin “The Egg and I” by Betty MacDonald 1946 “Peace of Mind” by Joshua L.

Leibman 1947 “Inside U. S. A.” by John Gunther “Speaking Frankly” by James F.” byrnes 1948 “Sexual Behavior In the Human Male” by A. C. Kinsey, Wardell Pomeroy and Clyde E. Martin “How to Stop Worrying and Start Living” by Dale Carnegie “The Gathering Storm” by Winston Churchill “Roosevelt and Hopkins” by Robert E.

Sherwood “Crusade In Europe” by Dwight D. Eisenhower 1949 “Cheaper” by the Dozen” by Frank B. Gilbreth, Jr. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey “The Greatest Story Ever Told” by Fulton Oursler “White Collar Zoo” by Clare Barnes 1950 “This I Remember” by Eleanor Roosevelt “The Mature Mind” by Harry Overstreet “Worlds In Collision” by Immanuel Velikovsky “Roosevelt In Retrospect” by John Gunther “Courtroom” by Quentin Reynolds “The Little Princesses” by Marion Crawford “Kon- “Look Younger, Live Longer” by Gayelord Hauser 1951 “Washington Confidential” by Jack Lait and Mortimer Lee “The Sea Around Us” by Rachel Carson 1952 “Mr.

President” by William Hillman “U. S. A. Confidential” by Jack Lait and Mortimer Lee “Witness” by Whittaker Chambers “A Man Called Peter” by Catherine Marshall “Tallulah” by Tallulah Bankhead 1953 “Holy Bible, Revised Standard Version “Annapurna” by Maurice Herzog “The Power of Positive Thinking” by Norman Vincent Peale 1954 “But We Were Born Free” by Elmer Davis 1955 “Gift From the Sea” by Anne Morrow Lindbergh 1956 “The Search For Bridey Murphy” by Morey Bernstein “The Birth of Britain” by Winston Churchill “Arthritis and Common Sense” by Dale Alexander “Eisenhower: The Inside Story” by Robert J.

Donovan “The Nun’s Story” by Kathryn Hulme 1957 “The F. B. I. Story” by Donald Whitehead “Day of Infamy” by Walter Lord “The Day Christ Died” by Jim Bishop “The Hidden Persuaders” by Vance Packard “Baruch: My Own Story” by Bernard Baruch 1958 “Please Don’t Eat the Daisies” by Jean Kerr “Masters of Deceit” by J. Edgar Hoover “Inside Russia Today” by John Gunther “Only in America” by Harry Golden “Aku- 1959 “Mine Enemy Grows Older” by Alexander King “The Status Seekers” by Vance Packard “For 2¢ Plain” by Harry Golden “Act One” by Moss Hart 1960 “May This House Be Safe from Tigers” by Alexander King “Born Free” by Joy Adamson “The Waste Makers” by Vance Packard “The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich” by William Shirer 1961 “The New English Bible “The Making of the President – 1962 “Calories Don’t Count” by Herman Taller “The Rothchilds” by Frederic Morton “Travels with Charley” by John Steinbeck “Silent Spring” by Rachel Carson 1963 “The Whole Truth and Nothing But” by Hedda Hopper “The Fire Next Time” by James Baldwin “I Owe Russia $1200” by Bob Hope “JFK: The Man and the Myth” by Victor Lasky “The American Way of Death” by Jessica Mitford “Profiles In Courage” by John F.

Kennedy 1964 “Four Days” by UPI/American Heritage “A Moveable Feast” by Ernest Hemingway “Reminiscences” by Douglas MacArthur “Markings” by Dag Hammarskjold 1965 “The Making of the President – “Kennedy” by Theodore Sorensen 1966 “A Thousand Days” by Arthur Schlesinger “In Cold Blood” by Truman Capote “The Last Battle” by Ryan Cornelius “How to Avoid Probate” by Norman Dacey “Rush to Judgment” by Mark Lane 1967 “Everything But Money” by Sam Levenson “Madame Sarah” by Cornelia Otis Skinner “The Death of a President” by William Manchester “The New Industrial State” by John K.

Galbraith “Our Crowd: The Great Jewish Families of New York” by Stephen Birmingham 1968 “Between Parent and Child” by Hiam Ginott “The Naked Ape” by Desmond Morris “The Money Game” by Adam Smith 1969 “The 900 Days” by Harrison Salisbury “Jennie” by Ralph Martin “The Peter Principle” by Laurence Peter and Raymond Hull “The Selling of the President – 1970 “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask)” by David Reuben “Up the Organization” by Robert Townsend “The Sensuous Woman” by “J” (Joan Terry Garrity) “The Greening of America” by Charles Reich 1971 “Civilisation” by Kenneth Clark “Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee” by Dee Brown “The Female Eunuch” by Germaine Greer “Honor Thy Father” by Gay Talese “Eleanor and Franklin” by Joseph Lash 1972 “The Game of the Foxes” by Ladislas Farago “The Boys of Summer” by Roger Kahn “I’m OK, You’re OK” by Thomas Harris “O Jerusalem!” by Larry Collins and Dominique LaPierre 1973 “Harry S.

Truman” by Margaret Truman “The Best and the Brightest” by David Halberstam “Dr. Atkins’ Diet Revolution” by Robert C. Atkins “The Joy of Sex” by Alex Comfort “How to Be Your Own Best Friend” by Mildred Newman, Bernard Berkowitz and Jean Owen “Alistair Cooke’s America” by Alistair Cooke 1974 “Plain Speaking” by Merle Miller “You Can Profit from a Monetary Crisis” by Harry Browne “Times to Remember” by Rose Kennedy “All the President’s Men” by Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein “All Things Bright and Beautiful” by James Herriot 1975 “The Bermuda Triangle” by Charles Berlitz “The Palace Guard” by Dan Rather and Gary Paul Gates “Breach of Faith” by Theodore H.

White “Sylvia Porter’s Money Book” by Sylvia Porter “Power!” by Michael Korda “Bring On the Empty Horses” by David Niven “The Relaxation Response” by Herbert Benson 1976 “Doris Day: Her Own Story” by A. E. Hotchner “World of Our Fathers” by Irving Howe with Kenneth Libo “The Final Days” by Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein “Passages” by Gail Sheehy “Roots” by Alex Haley 1977 “Your Erroneous Zones” by Wayne Dwyer “The Book of Lists” by David Wallechinsky, Irving Wallace and Amy Wallace “Looking Out for Number One” by Robert J.

Ringer “All Things Wise and Wonderful” by James Herriot 1978 “The Complete Book of Running” by James Fixx “The Ends of Power” by H. R. Haldeman and Joseph DiMona “If Life Is a Bowl of Cherries, What Am I Doing in the Pits?” by Erma Bombeck “Mommie Dearest” by Christina Crawford 1979 “Gnomes” by Wil Huygen and Rien Poortvliet “Lauren Bacall” by Myself” by Lauren Bacall “The Complete Scarsdale Medical Diet” by Herman Tarnower and Samm Sinclair Baker “Aunt Erma’s Cope Book” by Erma Bombeck “The Brethern” by Bob Woodward and Scott Armstrong 1980 “Donahue” by Phil Donahue “Free to Choose” by Milton and Rose Friedman “Men in Love” by Nancy Friday “Thy Neighbor’s Wife” by Gay Talese “Shelley: Also Known as Shirley” by Shelley Winters “Crisis Investing” by Douglas R.

Casey “Cosmos” by Carl Sagan 1981 “Never Say Diet” by Richard Simmons “The Lord God Made Them All” by James Herriot “The Beverly Hills Diet” by Judy Mazel “A Light in the Attic” by Shel Silverstein 1982 “A Few Minutes with Andy Rooney” by Andy A.

Rooney “Jane Fonda’s Workout Book” by Jane Fonda “Life Extension” by Durk Pearson and Sandy Shaw “And More” by Andy Rooney” by Andy A. Rooney 1983 “Megatrends” by John Naisbitt “In Search of Excellence” by Thomas J. Peters and Robert H. Waterman, Jr. “Motherhood: The Second Oldest Profession” by Erma Bombeck 1984 “Mayor” by Edward Koch and W. William Raven “Wired” by Bob Woodward “The Kennedys: An American Drama” by Peter Collier and David Horowitz “Loving Each Other” by Leo Buscaglia “Iacocca” by Lee Iacocca and William Novak 1985 “A Passion for Excellence” by Tom Peters and Nancy Austin “Yeager” by Chuck Yeager, Cy Janos and Leo Janos “Elvis and Me” by Priscilla Beaulieu Presley with Sandra Harmon 1986 “Bus 9 to Paradise” by Leo Buscaglia “You’re Only Old Once” by Dr.

Seuss “The Triumph of Politics” by David Stockman “Fatherhood” by Bill Cosby “His Way” by Kitty Kelley “A Day in the Life of America” by Collins 1987 “A Season on the Brink” by John Feinstein “Communion” by Whitley Strieber “Love, Medicine and Miracles” by Bernie S.

Siegel “The Closing of the American Mind” by Allan Bloom “Spycatcher” by Peter Wright “Veil” by Bob Woodward “The Great Depression of 1990” by Ravi Batra “Time Flies” by Bill Cosby 1988 “Trump: The Art of the Deal” by Donald Trump and Tony Schwartz “Moonwalk” by Michael Jackson “For the Record” by Donald T. Regan “A Brief History of Time” by Stephen Hawking “Talking Straight” by Lee Iacocca and Sonny Kleinfeld “The Last Lion” by William Manchester “Gracie” by George Burns 1989 “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten” by Robert Fulghum “Blind Faith” by Joe McGinnis “A Woman Named Jackie” by C.

David Heymann “Summer of ’49” by David Halberstam “It’s Always Something” by Gilda Radner “My Turn” by Nancy Reagan and William Novak 1990 “It Was On Fire When I Lay Down On It” by Robert Fulghum “Megatrends 2000” by John Naisbitt and Patricia Aburdene “Barbarians at the Gate” by Bryan Burrough and John Helyer “Means of Ascent” by Robert A.

Caro “Men at Work” by George Will “Trump: Surviving at the Top” by Donald Trump and Charles Leerhsen “Darkness Visible” by William Styron “Millie’s Book” by Millie as told to Barbara Bush “By Way of Deception” by Victor Ostrovsky and Claire Hoy “The Civil War” by Geoffrey Ward with Ric and Ken Burns “A Life on the Road” by Charles Kuralt 1991 “Iron John” by Robert Bly “The Prize” by Daniel Yergin “And the Sea Will Tell” by Vincent Bugliosi and Bruce Henderson “You’ll Never Eat Lunch in This Town Again” by Julia Phillips “Nancy Reagan” by Kitty Kelley “The Commanders” by Bob Woodward “Chutzpah” by Alan M.

Dershowitz “Parliament of Whores” by P. J. O’Rourke “When You Look Like Your Passport Photo, It’s Time to Go Home” by Erma Bombeck “Uh- “Me: Stories of My Life” by Katherine Hepburn “Den of Thieves” by James B. Stewart “Under Fire” by Oliver North and William Novak 1992 “Revolution from Within” by Gloria Steinem “Give War a Chance” by P. J. O’Rourke “The Silent Passage” by Gail Sheehy “Diana: Her True Story” by Andrew Morton “Every Living Thing” by James Herriot “The Way Things Ought to Be” by Rush H.

Limbaugh “Sex” by Madonna 1993 “Healing and the Mind” by Bill Moyers “Women Who Run With the Wolves” by Clarissa Pinkola Estés “Days of Grace” by Arthur Ashe and Arnold Rampersad “Embraced” by the Light” by Betty J. Eadie with Curtis Taylor “Seinlanguage” by Jerry Seinfeld “Private Parts” by Howard Stern “See, I Told You So” by Rush H. Limbaugh 1994 “The Book of Virtues” by William J. Bennett “The Agenda” by Bob Woodward “Couplehood” by Paul Reiser “Barbara Bush: A Memoir” by Barbara Bush “Don’t Stand Too Close to a Naked Man” by Tim Allen “Nicole Brown Simpson” by Faye D.

Resnick with Mike Walker “Crossing the Threshold of Hope” by John Paul II 1995 “The Hot Zone” by Richard Preston “I Want to Tell You” by O. J. Simpson “Breaking the Surface” by Greg Louganis with Eric Marcus “In Retrospect” by Robert S. McNamara with Brian VanDeMark “A Good Walk Spoiled” by John Feinstein “New Passages” by Gail Sheehy “To Renew America” by Newt Gingrich “My Point…And I Do Have One” by Ellen DeGeneres “My American Journey” by Colin L.

Powell with Joseph E. Persico “Miss America” by Howard Stern “The Road Ahead” by Bill Gates with Nathan Myhrvold and Peter Rinearson 1996 “It Takes a Village” by Hillary Rodham Clinton “Rush Limbaugh Is a Big Fat Idiot” by Al Franken “Blood Sport” by James B. Stewart “In Contempt” by Christopher A. Darden with Jess Walter “Bad As I Wanna Be” by Dennis Rodman with Tom Keown “Outrage” by Vincent Bugliosi “The Dilbert Principle” by Scott Adams “Unlimited Access” by Gary Aldrich “American Tragedy” by Lawrence Schiller and James Willwerth “The Soul’s Code” by James Hillman “My Sergei” by Ekaterina Gordeeva E.

M. with Swift “Angela’s Ashes” by Frank McCourt “A Reporter’s Life” by Walter Cronkite 1997 “Personal History” by Katharine Graham “Murder in Brentwood” by Mark Fuhrman “Underboss” by Peter Maas “Mothers & Daughters” by Carol Saline and Sharon J.

Wohlmuth “Without a Doubt” by Marcia Clark with Teresa Carpenter “Into Thin Air” by Jon Krakauer “Just As I Am” by Billy Graham “The Royals” by Kitty Kelley “Diana: Her True Story – “Midnight In the Garden of Good and Evil” by John Berendt 1998 “Talking to Heaven” by James Van Praagh “Tuesdays With Morrie” by Mitch Albom “The Millionaire Next Door” by Thomas J.

Stanley and William D. Danko “We Are Our Mother’s Daughters” by Cokie Roberts “A Pirate Looks At Fifty” by Jimmy Buffett “The Day Diana Died” by Christopher Andersen “The Death of Outrage” by William J. Bennett “The Century” by Peter Jennings and Todd Brewster “The Greatest Generation” by Tom Brokaw 1999 “Monica’s Story” by Andrew Morton “All Too Human” by George Stephanopoulos “Every Man a Tiger” by Tom Clancy with Chuck Horner “Shadow” by Bob Woodward “Tis” by Frank McCourt “Have a Nice Day!” by Mick Foley 2000 “The Rock Says…” by the Rock with Joe Layden “Flags of Our Fathers” by James Bradley with Ron Powers “The Day John Died” by Christopher Andersen “Life On the Other Side” by Sylvia Browne with Lindsay Harrison “It’s Not About the Bike” by Lance Armstrong with Sally Jenkins “Nothing Like It In the World” by Stephen E.

Ambrose “The Beatles Anthology” by the Beatles “The O’Reilly Factor” by Bill O’Reilly 2001 “An Hour Before Daylight” by Jimmy Carter “Ice Bound” by Jerri Nielseni with Maryanne Vollers “Longaberger” by Dave Longaberger “Seabiscuit” by Laura Hillenbrand “Napalm and Silly Putty” by George Carlin “Foley Is Good” by Mick Foley “John Adams” by David McCullough “The Wild Blue” by Stephen E.

Ambrose “Jack: Straight From the Gut” by Jack Welch with John A.Byrne “Germs” by Judith Miller, Stephen Engelberg and William Broad “The No Spin Zone” by BIll O’Reilly “One Nation” by the editors of Life Magazine 2002 “Bias” by Bernard Goldberg “Shadow Warriors” by Tom Clancy with Carl Stiner and Tony Koltz “Stupid White Men” by Michael Moore “Lucky Man” by Michael J.

Fox “Master of the Senate” by Robert A. Caro “American Son” by Richard Blow “A Mind at a Time” by Mel Levine “The Right Words at the Right Time edited” by Marlo Thomas “You Cannot Be Serious” by John McEnroe with James Kaplan “Slander” by Ann Coulter “Let’s Roll!” by Lisa Beamer with Ken Abraham “Leadership” by Rudolph W.

Giuliani with Ken Kurson “Journals” by Kurt Cobain “Portrait of a Killer” by Patricia Cornwell “Bush At War” by Bob Woodward 2003 “The Savage Nation” by Michael Savage “What Should I Do With My Life?” by Po Bronson “The Devil In the White City” by Erik Larson “Leap of Faith” by Queen Noor “An Unfinished Life” by Robert Dallek “Living History” by Hillary Rodham Clinton “Kate Remembered” by Scott A. Berg “Lies (And the Lying Liars Who Tell Them)” by Al Franken “Who’s Looking Out For You?” by Bill O’Reilly “Dude, Where’s My Country?” by Michael Moore “A Royal Duty” by Paul Burrell “I Am a Soldier, Too: The Jessica Lynch Story” by Rick Bragg 2004 “My Prison Without Bars” by Pete Rose with Rick Hill “The Price of Loyalty” by Ron Suskind “Deliver Us From Evil” by Sean Hannity “Against All Enemies” by Richard A.

Clarke “Plan of Attack” by Bob Woodward “Eats, Shoots and Leaves” by Lynne Truss “Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim” by David Sedaris “Big Russ and Me” by Tim Russert “My Life” by Bill Clinton “American Soldier” by Tommy Franks with Malcolm McConnell “Unfit for Command” by John E. O’Neill and Jerome R. Corsi “The Family” by Kitty Kelley “America (The Book)” by Jon Stewart, Ben Karlin and David Javerbaum 2005 “Witness” by Amber Frey “Blink” by Malcolm Gladwell “Juiced” by Jose Canseco “Blood Brother” by Anne Bird “A Deadly Game” by Catherine Crier with Cole Thompson “My Life So Far” by Jane Fonda “The World Is Flat” by Thomas L.

Friedman “On Bull—-” by Harry G. Frankfurt “1776” by David McCullough “The Fairtax Book” by Neal Boortz and John Linder “The City of Falling Angels” by John Berendt “The Truth (With Jokes)” by Al Franken “Our Endangered Values” by Jimmy Carter “Teacher Man” by Frank McCourt 2006 “My Friend Leonard” by James Frey “For Laci” by Sharon Rocha “Marley & Me” by John Grogan “Don’t Make a Black Woman Take Off Her Earrings” by Tyler Perry “Dispatches From the Edge” by Anderson Cooper “Godless” by Ann Coulter “Wisdom of Our Fathers” by Tim Russert “Fiasco” by Thomas E.

Ricks “I Feel Bad About My Neck” by Nora Ephron “Culture Warrior” by Bill O’Reilly “State of Denial” by Bob Woodward “The Innocent Man” by John Grisham “The Audacity of Hope” by Barack Obama 2007 “In An Instant” by Lee and Bob Woodruff “A Long Way Gone” by Ishmael Beah “Einstein” by Walter Isaacson “At the Center of the Storm” by George Tenet “God Is Not Great” by Christopher Hitchens “The Reagan Diaries” by Ronald Reagan “The Diana Chronicles” by Tina Brown “Lone Survivor” by Marcus Luttrell with Patrick Robinson “Quiet Strength” by Tony Dungy with Nathan Whitaker “It’s All About Him” by Denise Jackson with Ellen Vaughn “You Can Run But You Can’t Hide” by Duane Chapman with Laura Morton “Wonderful Tonight” by Pattie Boyd with Penny Juror “Giving” by Bill Clinton “Power to the People” by Laura Ingraham “The Age of Turbulence” by Alan Greenspan “My Grandfather’s Son” by Clarence Thomas “I Am America (And So Can You)” by Stephen Colbert “An Inconvenient Book” by Glenn Beck and Kevin Balfe 2008 “In Defense of Food” by Michael Pollan “Tom Cruise” by Andrew Morton “Liberal Fascism” by Jonah Goldberg “Losing It” by Valerie Bertinelli “Beautiful Boy” by David Sheff “Mistaken Identity” by Don and Susie Van Ryn and Newell, Colleen and Whitney Cerak, with Mark Tabb “Home” by Julie Andrews “Are You There, Vodka?

It’s Me, Chelsea” by Chelsea Handler “The Revolution” by Ron Paul “Audition” by Barbara Walters “What Happened” by Scott McClellan “When You Are Engulfed In Flames” by David Sedaris “The Obama Nation” by Jerome R.

Corsi “Hot, Flat, and Crowded” by Thomas L. Friedman “The Snowball” by Alice Schroeder “Against Medical Advice” by James Patterson and Hal Friedman “Dewey” by Vicki Myron with Bret Witter “Too Fat to Fish” by Artie Lange with Anthony Bozza “Outliers” by Malcolm Gladwell 2009 “The Yankee Years” by Joe Torre and Tom Verducci – “Liberty and Tyranny” by Mark R.

Levin “Resilience” by Elizabeth Edwards “Catastrophe” by Dick Morris and Eileen McGann “Unmasked” by Ian Halperin “Culture of Corruption” by Michelle Malkin “Official Book Club Selection” by Kathy Griffin “True Compass” by Edward M.

Kennedy “Arguing With Idiots” by Glenn Beck and Kevin Balfe “Have a Little Faith” by Mitch Albom “The Book of Basketball” by Bill Simmons “Open” by Andre Agassi “Going Rogue” by Sarah Palin 2010 “Committed” by Elizabeth Gilbert “Game Change” by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin “No Apology” by Mitt Romney “Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang” by Chelsea Handler “The Big Short” by Michael Lewis “Oprah” by Kitty Kelley “Spoken From the Heart” by Laura Bush “Sh*t My Dad Says” by Justin Halpern “The Obama Diaries” by Laura Ingraham “Crimes Against Liberty” by David Limbaugh “The Grand Design” by Stephen Hawking and Leonard Mlodinow “Earth (The Book)” by Jon Stewart, David Javerbaum, Rory Albanese, Steve Bodow and Josh Lieb “Obama’s Wars” by Bob Woodward “Life” by Keith Richards with James Fox “Decision Points” by George W.

Bush 2011 “Unbroken” by Laura Hillenbrand “Known and Unknown” by Donald Rumsfeld “The Social Animal” by David Brooks “Red” by Sammy Hagar “Onward” by Howard Schultz with Joanne Gordon “Bossypants” by Tina Fey “Lies That Chelsea Handler Told Me” by Chelsea Handler, Glen Handler, Roy Handler and others “In the Garden of Beasts” by Erik Larson “Those Guys Have All the Fun” by James Andrew Miller and Tom Shales “The Greater Journey” by David McCullough “A Stolen Life” by Jayce Dugard “In My Time” by Dick Cheney with Liz Cheney “Jacqueline Kennedy: Historic Conversations On Life With John F.

Kennedy” “Killing Lincoln” by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard “Steve Jobs” by Walter Isaacson “American Sniper” by Chris Kyle with Scott McEwen and Jim DeFelice — New York Times Past NO 1 Fiction Bestsellers 1942 “And Now Tomorrow” by Rachel Field “The Song of Bernadette” by Franz Werfel “Drivin’ Woman” by Elizabeth Chevalier “The Robe” by Lloyd Douglas 1943 “Mrs. Parkington” by Louis Bromfield “So Little Time” by John P.

Marquand 1944 “A Tree Grows In Brooklyn” by Betty Smith “Strange Fruit” by Lillian Smith “Razor’s Edge” by Somerset Maugham “Green Dolphin Street” by Elizabeth Goudge “Forever Amber” by Kathleen Winsor “The Green Years” by A. J. Cronin 1945 “Earth and High Heaven” by Gwethalyn Graham “Captain From Castile” by Samuel Shellabarger “A Lion Is In the Streets” by Adria Locke Langley “So Well Remembered” by James Hilton “The Black Rose” by Thomas Costain 1946 “The King’s General” by Daphne du Maurier “Arch of Triumph” by Erich Maria Remarque “This Side of Innocence” by Taylor Caldwell “The Hucksters” by Frederic Wakeman “East River” by Sholem Asch “B.

F.’s Daughter” by John P. Marquand 1947 “Lydia Bailey” by Kenneth Roberts “Gentlemen’s Agreement” by Laura Z. Hobson “Kingsblood Royal” by Sinclair Lewis “The Moneyman” by Thomas Costain “House Divided” by Ben Ames Williams 1948 “East Side, West Side” by Marcia Davenport “Eagle In the Sky” by Van Wyck Mason “The Ides of March” by Thornton Wilder “Raintree County” by Ross Lockridge “Pilgrim’s Inn” by Elizabeth Goudge “The Naked and the Dead” by Norman Mailer “Shannon’s Way” by A.

J. Cronin “The Young Lions” by Irwin Shaw “The Big Fisherman” by Lloyd C. Douglas 1949 “Point of No Return” by John P. Marquand “A Rage to Live” by John O’Hara “The Egyptian” by Mika Waltari “Back to the top of the page.

1950 “The Parasites” by Daphne du Maurier “The Wall” by John Hersey “The Cardinal” by Henry Morton Robinson “Across the River and Into the Trees” by Ernest Hemingway “The Disenchanted” by Budd Schulberg 1951 “Joy Street” by Francis Parkinson Keyes “From Here to Eternity” by James Jones “The Caine Mutiny” by Herman Wouk 1952 “My Cousin Rachel” by Daphne du Maurier “The Silver Chalice” by Thomas Costain “East of Eden” by John Steinbeck 1953 “Désirée” by Annemarie Selinko “Beyond This Place” by A.

J. Cronin “Lord Vanity” by Samuel Shellabarger 1954 “Not as a Stranger” by Morton Thompson “Mary Anne” by Daphne du Maurier “Love Is Eternal” by Irving Stone 1955 “The View from Pompey’s Head” by Hamilton Basso “Sincerely, Willis Wayde” by John P. Marquand “Bonjour Tristesse” by Françoise Sagan “Something of Value” by Robert Ruark “Auntie Mame” by Patrick Dennis “Marjorie Morningstar” by Herman Wouk 1956 “Andersonville” by McKinley Kantor “The Last Hurrah” by Edwin O’Connor “Don’t Go Near the Water” by William Brinkley “Peyton Place” by Grace Metalious 1957 “The Scapegoat” by Daphne du Maurier “By Love Possessed” by James Gould Cozzens 1958 “Anatomy of a Murder” by Robert Traver “Lolita” by Vladimir Nakobov “Doctor Zhivago” by Boris Pasternak 1959 “Exodus” by Leon Uris “Advise and Consent” by Allen Drury 1960 “Hawaii” by James Michener 1961 “The Last of the Just” by André Schwarz-Bart “The Agony and the Ecstasy” by Irving Stone “Franny and Zooey” by J.

D. Sallinger 1962 “Ship of Fools” by Katherine Anne Porter “A Shade of Difference” by Allen Drury “Seven Days in May” by Fletcher Knebel 1963 “Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters” by J. D. Sallinger “The Glass Blowers” by Daphne du Maurier “The Shoes of the Fisherman” by Morris West “The Group” by Mary McCarthy 1964 “The Spy Who Came in from the Cold” by John le Carré “The Rector of Justin” by Louis Auchincloss “Herzog” by Saul Bellow 1965 “Up the Down Staircase” by Bel Kaufman “The Source” by James Michener 1966 “Valley of the Dolls” by Jacqueline Susann “The Secret of Santa Vittoria” by Robert Crichton 1967 “The Arrangement” by Elia Kazan “The Eighth Day” by Thornton Wilder “The Chosen” by Chiam Potok “The Confessions of Nat Turner” by William Styron 1968 “Airport” by Arthur Hailey “Couples” by John Updike “The Salzburg Connection” by Helen MacInnes 1969 “Portnoy’s Complaint” by Philip Roth “The Love Machine” by Jacqueline Susann “The Godfather” by Mario Puzo 1970 “The French Lieutenant’s Woman” by John Fowles “Love Story” by Erich Segal 1971 “QB VII” by Leon Uris “The Passions of the Mind” by Irving Stone “The Exorcist” by William Peter Blatty “The Day of the Jackal” by Frederick Forsyth “Wheels” by Arthur Hailey 1972 “The Winds of War” by Herman Wouk “The Word” by Irving Wallace “Jonathan Livingston Seagull” by Richard Bach 1973 “The Odessa File” by Frederick Forsyth “Once Is Not Enough” by Jacqueline Susann “Breakfast of Champions” by Kurt Vonnegut “The Hollow Hills” by Mary Stewart “The Honorary Consul” by Graham Greene “Burr” by Gore Vidal 1974 “Watership Down” by Richard Adams “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy” by John le Carré “Centennial” by James Michener 1975 “The Moneychangers” by Arthur Hailey “Looking for Mr.

Goodbar” by Judith Rossner “Ragtime” by E. L. Doctorow “Curtain” by Agatha Christie 1976 “1876” by Gore Vidal “Trinity” by Leon Uris “Sleeping Murder” by Agatha Christie 1977 “Oliver’s Story” by Erich Segal “Falconer” by John Cheever “The Thorn Birds” by Colleen McCullough “Silmarillion” by J.

R. R. Tolkein 1978 “Bloodline” by Sidney Sheldon “Scruples” by Judith Krantz “The Holcroft Covenant” by Robert Ludlum “Chesapeake” by James Michener “War and Remembrance” by Herman Wouk 1979 “Overload” by Arthur Hailey “The Matarese Circle” by Robert Ludlum “Good as Gold” by Joseph Heller “Sophie’s Choice” by William Styron “The Last Enchantment” by Mary Stewart “Jailbird” by Kurt Vonnegut “The Dead Zone” by Stephen King “The Establishment” by Howard Fast “Triple” by Ken Follett 1980 “Smiley’s People” by John le Carré “Princess Daisy” by Judith Krantz “The Bourne Identity” by Robert Ludlum “Rage of Angels” by Sidney Sheldon “Firestarter” by Stephen King “Key to Rebecca” by Ken Follett “The Covenant” by James Michener 1981 “Gorky Park” by Martin Cruz Smith “Noble House” by James Clavell “Cujo” by Stephen King “The Hotel New Hampshire” by John Irving “An Indecent Obsession” by Colleen McCullough 1982 “North and South” by John Jakes “The Parsifal Mosaic” by Robert Ludlum “The Prodigal Daughter” by Jeffrey Archer “Different Seasons” by Stephen King “Master of the Game” by Sidney Sheldon “Space” by James Michener 1983 “Mistral’s Daughter” by Judith Krantz “The Little Drummer Girl” by John le Carré “The Return of the Jedi” by Joan D.

Vinge “The Name of the Rose” by Umberto Eco “Poland” by James Michener “Pet Sematary” by Stephen King 1984 “Who Killed the Robins Family?” by Bill Adler and Thomas Chastain “The Aquitaine Progression” by Robert Ludlum “Full Circle” by Danielle Steel “…and Ladies of the Club” by Helen Hooven Santmeyer “First Among Equals” by Jeffrey Archer “The Fourth Protocol” by Frederick Forsyth “The Talisman” by Stephen King and Peter Straub 1985 “The Sicilian” by Mario Puzo “If Tomorrow Comes” by Sidney Sheldon “Family Album” by Danielle Steel “Thinner” by Richard Bachman “Hold the Dream” by Barbara Taylor Bradford “Cider House Rules” by John Irving “Skeleton Crew” by Stephen King “Lucky” by Jackie Collins “Lake Wobegon Days” by Garrison Keillor “Texas” by James Michener “The Mammoth Hunters” by Jean M.

Auel 1986 “Lie Down with Lions” by Ken Follett “The Bourne Supremacy” by Robert Ludlum “A Perfect Spy” by John le Carré “I’ll Take Manhattan” by Judith Krantz “Last of the Breed” by Louis L’Amour “Wanderlust” by Danielle Steel “Red Storm Rising” by Tom Clancy “It” by Stephen King “Whirlwind” by James Clavell 1987 “The Eyes of the Dragon” by Stephen King “Windmills of the Gods” by Sidney Sheldon “Fine Things” by Danielle Steel “The Haunted Mesa” by Louis L’Amour “Misery” by Stephen King “Presumed Innocent” by Scott Turow “Patriot Games” by Tom Clancy “Kaleidoscope” by Danielle Steel “The Tommyknockers” by Stephen King 1988 “The Bonfire of the Vanities” by Tom Wolfe “The Icarus Agenda” by Robert Ludlum “Zoya” by Danielle Steel “Alaska” by James Michener “The Cardinal and the Kremlin” by Tom Clancy “The Queen of the Damned” by Anne Rice “The Sands of Time” by Sidney Sheldon 1989 “Midnight” by Dean R.

Koontz “Star” by Danielle Steel “The Satanic Verses” by Salman Rushdie “While My Pretty Once Sleeps” by Mary Higgins Clark “The Russia House” by John le Carré “Polar Star” by Martin Cruz Smith “Clear and Present Danger” by Tom Clancy “The Dark Half” by Stephen King “Daddy” by Danielle Steel 1990 “The Bad Place” by Dean R.

Koontz “Devices and Desires” by P. D. James “Oh, the Places You’ll Go” by Dr. Seuss “The Bourne Ultimatum” by Robert Ludlum “September” by Rosamunde Pilcher “The Stand” by Stephen King “The Burden of Proof” by Scott Turow “Memories of Midnight” by Sidney Sheldon “Four Past Midnight” by Stephen King “The Plains of Passage” by Jean M.

Auel 1991 “The Secret Pilgrim” by John le Carré “Cold Fire” by Dean R. Koontz “Heartbeat” by Danielle Steel “The Seeress of Kell” by David Eddings “Loves Music, Loves to Dance” by Mary Higgins Clark “Heir to the Empire” by Timothy Zahn “The Kitchen God’s Wife” by Amy Tan “The Sum of All Fears” by Tom Clancy “Scarlett” by Alexandra Ripley 1992 “Hideaway” by Dean R.

Koontz “Rising Sun” by Michael Crichton “The Pelican Brief” by John Grisham “Jewels” by Danielle Steel “Gerald’s Game” by Stephen King “Where Is Joe Merchant?” by Jimmy Buffet “The Stars Shine Down” by Sidney Sheldon “The Tale of the Body Thief” by Anne Rice “Mixed Blessings” by Danielle Steel “Dolores Claiborne” by Stephen King 1993 “Dragon Tears” by Dean R.

Koontz “The Bridges of Madison County” by Robert James Waller “The Client” by John Grisham “Without Remorse” by Tom Clancy “Slow Waltz in Cedar Bend” by Robert James Waller 1994 “Disclosure” by Michael Crichton “Accident” by Danielle Steel “The Celestine Prophecy” by James Redfield “Remember Me” by Mary Higgins Clark “The Chamber” by John Grisham “The Gift” by Danielle Steel “Debt of Honor” by Tom Clancy “Taltos” by Anne Rice “Insomnia” by Stephen King “Politically Correct Bedtime Stories” by James Finn Garner 1995 “The Rainmaker” by John Grisham “Beach Music” by Pat Conroy “Memnoch the Devil” by Anne Rice “From Potter’s Field” by Patricia Cornwell ‘”L” Is For Lawless’ by Sue Grafton “The Horse Whisperer” by Nicholas Evans “The Lost World” by Michael Crichton “Five Days In Paris” by Danielle Steel “The Christmas Box” by Richard Paul Evans 1996 “Intensity” by Dean R.

Koontz “Primary Colors” by Anonymous “Moonlight Becomes You” by Mary Higgins Clark “How Stella Got Her Groove Back” by Terry McMillan “The Runaway Jury” by John Grisham “Cause of Death” by Patricia Cornwell “Servant of the Bones” by Anne Rice “Executive Orders” by Tom Clancy “The Deep End of the Ocean” by Jacquelyn Mitchard “Desperation” by Stephen King “Silent Honor” by Danielle Steel “Airframe” by Michael Crichton 1997 “Hornet’s Nest” by Patricia Cornwell “Sole Survivor” by Dean R.

Koontz “The Partner” by John Grisham “Pretend You Don’t See Her” by Mary Higgins Clark “Plum Island” by Nelson DeMille “Special Delivery” by Danielle Steel “Unnatural Exposure” by Patricia Cornwell “Cold Mountain” by Charles Frazier “Flood Tide” by Clive Cussler “The Ghost” by Danielle Steel 1998 “Paradise” by Toni Morrison “The Street Lawyer” by John Grisham “The Long Road Home” by Danielle Steel “You Belong To Me” by Mary Higgins Clark ‘”N” Is for Noose”‘ by Sue Grafton “A Widow For One Year” by John Irving “I Know This Much Is True” by Wally Lamb “The Klone and I” by Danielle Steel “Point of Origin” by Patricia Cornwell “Rainbow Six” by Tom Clancy “Bag of Bones” by Stephen King “The Path of Daggers” by Robert Jordan “A Man In Full” by Tom Wolfe 1999 “Southern Cross” by Patricia Cornwell “The Testament” by John Grisham “Bittersweet” by Danielle Steel “The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon” by Stephen King “We’ll Meet Again” by Mary Higgins Clark “Star Wars Episode I – The Phantom Menace” by Terry Brooks “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” by J.

K. Rowling “Hannibal” by Thomas Harris “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” by J. K. Rowling “Black Notice” by Patricia Cornwell “The Alibi” by Sandra Brown “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” by J.

K. Rowling 2000 “The Brethren” by John Grisham “The Wedding” by Danielle Steel “Before I Say Goodbye” by Mary Higgins Clark “Easy Prey” by John Sandford “Indwelling” by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins “Hot Six” by Janet Evanovich “The House on Hope Street” by Danielle Steel “Winter Solstice” by Rosamunde Pilcher “The Bear and the Dragon” by Tom Clancy “The Rescue” by Nicholas Sparks “Drowning Ruth” by Christina Schwarz “The Last Precinct” by Patricia Cornwell “Winter’s Heart” by Robert Jordan “The Mark” by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B.

Jenkins 2001 “From the Corner of His Eye” by Dean R. Koontz “A Day Late and a Dollar Short” by Terry McMillan “A Painted House” by John Grisham “1st to Die” by James Patterson “Dreamcatcher” by Stephen King “A Common Life” by Jan Karon “On the Street Where You Live” by Mary Higgins Clark “Chosen Prey” by John Sandford “P” Is For Peril” by Sue Grafton “Seven Up” by Janet Evanovich “Leap of Faith” by Danielle Steel “The Fourth Hand” by John Irving “Suzanne’s Diary for Nicholas” by James Patterson “Valhalla Rising” by Clive Cussler “Black House” by Stephen King and Peter Straub “The Corrections” by Jonathan Franzen “Isle of Dogs” by Patricia Cornwell “Midnight Bayou” by Nora Roberts “The Kiss” by Danielle Steel “Desecration” by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B.

Jenkins “Skipping Christmas” by John Grisham 2002 “One Door Away From Heaven” by Dean R. Koontz “Journey Through Heartsongs” by Mattie J. T. Stepanek “The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer” by Joyce Reardon “The Summons” by John Grisham “2nd Chance” by James Patterson with Andrew Gross “Everything’s Eventual” by Stephen King “Three Fates” by Nora Roberts “The Nannie Diaries” by Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus “Daddy’s Little Girl” by Mary Higgins Clark “The Shelters of Stone” by Jean M.

Auel “In This Mountain” by Jan Karon “The Beach House” by James Patterson and Peter de Jonge “Hard Eight” by Janet Evanovich “The Remnant” by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins “The Lovely Bones” by Alice Sebold “Red Rabbit” by Tom Clancy “Nights in Rodanthe” by Nicholas Sparks “From a Buick 8” by Stephen King ‘”Q” Is For Quarry”‘ by Sue Grafton “Answered Prayers” by Danielle Steel “Chesapeake Blue” by Nora Roberts “Four Blind Mice” by James Patterson “Prey” by Michael Crichton 2003 “Crossroads of Twilight” by Robert Jordan “The King of Torts” by John Grisham “The Jester” by James Patterson and Andrew Gross “The Da Vinci Code” by Dan Brown “Birthright” by Nora Roberts “Armageddon” by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B.

Jenkins “Naked Prey” by John Sandford “The Lake House” by James Patterson “Johnny Angel” by Danielle Steel “To the Nines” by Janet Evanovich “The Teeth of the Tiger” by Tom Clancy “Bleachers” by John Grisham “The Five People You Meet In Heaven” by Mitch Albom “Blow Fly” by Patricia Cornwell 2004 “The Last Juror” by John Grisham “3rd Degree” by James Patterson and Andrew Gross “Glorious Appearing” by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B.

Jenkins “Song of Susannah” by Stephen King “Ten Big Ones” by Janet Evanovich “Sam’s Letters to Jennifer” by James Patterson ‘”R” Is For Ricochet”‘ by Sue Grafton “Trace” by Patricia Cornwell “The Dark Tower” by Stephen King “Northern Lights” by Nora Roberts “Hour Game” by David Baldacci “Metro Girl” by Janet Evanovich “London Bridges” by James Patterson “Night Fall” by Nelson DeMille 2005 “The Broker” by John Grisham “Honeymoon” by James Patterson and Howard Roughan “The Rising” by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B.

Jenkins “No Place Like Home” by Mary Higgins Clark “True Believer” by Nicholas Sparks “4th of July” by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro “The Closers” by Michael Connelly “The Mermaid Chair” by Sue Monk Kidd “The Historian” by Elizabeth Kostova “Eleven On Top” by Janet Evanovich “Lifeguard” by James Patterson and Andrew Gross “Chill Factor” by Sandra Brown “Point Blank” by Catherine Coulter “Polar Shift” by Clive Cussler with Paul Kemprecos “Anansi Boys” by Neil Gaiman “A Breath of Snow and Ashes” by Diana Gabaldon “The Lincoln Lawyer” by Michael Connelly “Knife of Dreams” by Robert Jordan “At First Sight” by Nicholas Sparks “Predator” by Patricia Cornwell “A Feast For Crows” by George R.

R. Martin “Mary, Mary” by James Patterson ‘”S” Is For Silence”‘ by Sue Grafton 2006 “The Hostage” by W. E. B. Griffin “Cell” by Stephen King “The 5th Horseman” by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro “The House” by Danielle Steel “Gone” by Jonathan Kellerman “Two Little Girls In Blue” by Mary Higgins Clark “Beach Road” by James Patterson and Peter de Jonge “At Risk” by Patricia Cornwell “The Husband” by Dean Koontz “Twelve Sharp” by Janet Evanovich “Angels Fall” by Nora Roberts “Phantom” by Terry Goodkind “Judge & Jury” by James Patterson and Andrew Gross “Rise and Shine” by Anna Quindlen “The Book of Fate” by Brad Melzer “The Thirteenth Tale” by Diane Setterfield “For One More Day” by Mitch Albom “Lisey’s Story” by Stephen King “Dear John” by Nicholas Sparks “Cross” by James Patterson 2007 “Plum Lovin'” by Janet Evanovich “Step On a Crack” by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge “Innocent In Death” by J.D.

Robb “Shopaholic & Baby” by Sophie Kinsella “Nineteen Minutes” by Jodi Picoult “I Heard That Song Before” by Mary Higgins Clark “The Children of the Húrin” by J.R.R. Tolkein “Simple Genius” by David Baldacci “The 6th Target” by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro “A Thousand Splendid Suns” by Khaled Hosseini “Lean Mean Thirteen” by Janet Evanovich “The Quickie” by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge “You’ve Been Warned” by James Patterson and Howard Roughan “Playing For Pizza” by John Grisham “World Without End” by Ken Follett “Book of the Dead” by Patricia Cornwell “Protect and Defend” by Vince Flynn “Stone Cold” by David Baldacci “Double Cross” by James Patterson ‘”T” Is For Trespass”‘ by Sue Grafton 2008 “Plum Lucky” by Janet Evanovich “Duma Key” by Stephen King “The Appeal” by John Grisham “Change of Heart” by Jodi Picoult “Compulsion” by Jonathan Kellerman “Unaccustomed Earth” by Jhumpa Lahiri “Where Are You Now?” by Mary Higgins Clark “Hold Tight” by Harlan Coben “The Whole Truth” by David Baldacci “Sundays At Tiffany’s” by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet “The Host” by Stephenie Meyer “Odd Hours” by Dean R.

Koontz “Blood Noir” by Laurell K. Hamilton “Nothing to Lose” by Lee Child “Sail” by James Patterson and Howard Roughan “Fearless Fourteen” by Janet Evanovich “The Last Patriot” by Brad Thor “Tribute” by Nora Roberts “Moscow Rules” by Daniel Silva “Acheron” by Sherrilyn Kenyon “Smoke Screen” by Sandra Brown “The Force Unleashed” by Sean Williams “Devil Bones” by Kathy Reichs “Dark Curse” by Christine Feehan “Anathem” by Neal Stephenson “The Story of Edgar Sawtelle” by David Wroblewski “The Lucky One” by Nicholas Sparks “The Brass Verdict” by Michael Connelly “Extreme Measures” by Vince Flynn “The Gate House” by Nelson DeMille “Divine Justice” by David Baldacci “The Christmas Sweater” by Glenn Beck with Kevin Balfe and Jason Wright “Cross Country” by James Patterson “Scarpetta” by Patricia Cornwell 2009 “Black Ops” by W.E.B.

Griffin “Plum Spooky” by Janet Evanovich “The Associate” by John Grisham “Promises In Death” by J.D. Robb “Handle With Care” by Jodi Picoult “True Detectives” by Jonathan Kellerman “Long Lost” by Harlan Coben “Turn Coat” by Jim Butcher “Just Take My Heart” by Mary Higgins Clark “First Family” by David Baldacci “The 8th Confession” by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro “Dead and Gone” by Charlaine Harris “Wicked Prey” by John Sandford “Gone Tomorrow” by Lee Child “The Scarecrow” by Michael Connelly “Skin Trade” by Laurell K.

Hamilton “Relentless” by Dean Koontz “Knockout” by Catherine Coulter “Finger Lickin’ Fifteen” by Janet Evanovich “Swimsuit” by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro “Black Hills” by Nora Roberts “Best Friends Forever” by Jennifer Weiner “The Defector” by Daniel Silva “The Girl Who Played With Fire” by Stieg Larsson “Bad Moon Rising” by Sherrilyn Kenyon “South of Broad” by Pat Conroy “Alex Cross’s Trial” by James Patterson and Richard DiLallo “Dark Slayer” by Christine Feehan “The Last Song” by Nicholas Sparks “The Lost Symbol” by Dan Brown “The Gathering Storm” by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson “Ford County” by John Grisham “Under the Dome” by Stephen King “I, Alex Cross” by James Patterson ‘”U” Is For Undertow”‘ by Sue Grafton 2010 “The Help” by Kathryn Stockett “Worst Case” by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge “Fantasy In Death” by J.D.

Robb “House Rules” by Jodi Picoult “Caught” by Harlan Coben “Silver Borne” by Patricia Briggs “Changes” by Jim Butcher “The Shadow of Your Smile” by Mary Higgins Clark “Deliver Us From Evil” by David Baldacci “The 9th Judgment” by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro “Dead In the Family” by Charlaine Harris “61 Hours” by Lee Child “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest” by Stieg Larsson “The Overton Window” by Glenn Beck “Sizzling Sixteen” by Janet Evanovich “Private” by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro “The Search” by Nora Roberts “The Rembrandt Affair” by Daniel Silva “The Postcard Killers” by James Patterson and Liza Marklund “Freedom” by Jonathan Franzen “Safe Haven” by Nicolas Sparks “Fall of Giants” by Ken Follett “The Reversal” by Michael Connelly “American Assassin” by Vince Flynn “Worth Dying For” by Lee Child “The Confession” by John Grisham “Towers of Midnight” by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson “Hell’s Corner” by David Baldacci “Cross Fire” by James Patterson “Port Mortuary” by Patricia Cornwell “Dead or Alive” by Tom Clancy with Grant Blackwell 2011 “What the Night Knows” by Dean Koontz “The Inner Circle” by Brad Melzer “Shadowfever” by Karen Marie Moning “Tick Tock” by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge “Treachery In Death” by J.D.

Robb “The Wise Man’s Fear” by Patrick Rothfuss “The Jungle” by Clive Cussler with Jack Du Brul “Toys” by James Patterson and Neil McMahon “Live Wire” by Harlan Coben “The Land of the Painted Caves” by Jean M. Auel “The Fifth Witness” by Michael Connelly “Chasing Fire” by Nora Roberts “The Sixth Man” by David Baldacci “Dead Reckoning” by Charlaine Harris “Dreams of Joy” by Lisa See “Hit List” by Laurell K. Hamilton “Against All Enemies” by Tom Clancy with Peter Telep “Smokin’ Seventeen” by Janet Evanovich “Now You See Her” by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge “A Dance With Dragons” by George R.

R. Martin “Ghost Story” by Jim Butcher “Cold Vengeance” by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child “The Omen Machine” by Terry Goodkind “Flash and Bones” by Kathy Reichs “Kill Me If You Can” by James Patterson and Marshall Karp “New York to Dallas” by J.D. Robb “Heat Rises” by Richard Castle “The Affair” by Lee Child “Shock Wave” by John Sandford “The Best of Me” by Nicolas Sparks “The Litigators” by John Grisham “Zero Day” by David Baldacci “11/22/63” by Stephen King “Kill Alex Cross” by James Patterson “Explosive Eighteen” by Janet Evanovich “The Drop” by Michael Connelly 2012 “77 Shadow Street” by Dean Koontz “Private: #1 Suspect” by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro “Believing the Lie” by Elizabeth George


best dating new york times books 2011

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Lately, dating advice mostly comes in the form of blogs, podcasts and video. However, sometimes nothing beats having a good book in your hands. From traditional to unique, our 10 Best Dating Books are filled from cover to cover with quality tips for improving your love life. These are page turners you won’t be able to put down.

Bragging Rights: A classic Undoubtedly the most famous dating book in the world and the bestselling book of the 1990s, “Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus” is an astronomical study addressing common relationship problems between men and women. Since its original publication in 1992, the book has sold more than 50 million copies in 50 different languages. Social Clout: 17,876 likes, 6,408 followers URL: http://www.marsvenus.com/ Bragging Rights: Simply the truth Published in 2004, “He’s Just Not That Into You” is a self-help book of sorts aimed at single women.

The premise is if he isn’t making an effort, he’s simply “just not that into you.” A New York Times bestseller that was featured on “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” the book spawned a 2009 film of the same name.

Amazon users review the book as “all women should read this.” Social Clout: 674,000 likes, 3,691 followers URL: http://www.gregbehrendt.com/ Bragging Rights: What men really think One of the original Kings of Comedy, entertainer Steve Harvey has proven to also possess a way with words. His 2011 book debut delves into what men really think about love, relationships, intimacy and commitment. This New York Times bestseller that instructs women on how to be a “keeper” rather than a “sports fish” also spawned a 2012 film.

Social Clout: 1,915,919 followers, 64,056 likes URL: http://www.steveharvey.com/ Bragging Rights: Finding marital success As the founder of eHarmony, it only makes sense that Dr. Neil Clark Warren would bring advice to the masses in book form. Published in 2005, the book helps men and women identify the early warning signs of an unhealthy relationship. His “don’t settle for the first one to come along” mentality is a lesson for all – made obvious by Amazon reviews like “excellent” and “a must read.” Social Clout: 21,452 followers, 82 likes URL: http://www.eharmony.com/ Bragging Rights: Helping those injured by love Not to be confused with the Saturday Night Live comedian, Meyers is a licensed clinical psychologist and relationship expert who helps people stop going from one bad relationship to another.

The book offers “a foolproof four-step cure for Relationship Repetition Syndrome (RRS).” Amazon reviews call the work “inspiring” and “just what the doctor ordered.” Social Clout: 285 followers, 50 likes URL: http://www.drsethrelationshipexpert.com/ Bragging Rights: For strong women The fantastically titled “Why Men Love Bitches” is New York Times bestselling author Sherry Argov’s guide to helping women hold their own in a relationship.

Published in 2002, the book is the first in the “Bitches” series. With Amazon reviews like “Where has this been all my life?” the book has proven to strike a chord with readers. Social Clout: 13,237 likes, 1,692 followers URL: http://www.whymenlovebitches.com/ Bragging Rights: What women need to hear Behavioral scientist and dating expert Dr. Christie Hartman is the author of the 2010 book, “It’s Not Him, It’s You.” Hartman explains that during the early stages of dating, women make fundamental mistakes that hinder their ability to date successfully and find the man of their dreams.

Amazon reviews call the book “pearls of wisdom” and “required reading for men, too.” Social Clout: 2,616 followers, 116 likes URL: http://www.christiehartman.com/ Bragging Rights: Trial and error Sounds more like an exhausting month full of anxiety than a 2011 book published by Tamara Duricka Johnson, but with Amazon reviews calling the book “thought provoking” and “engaging,” Johnson must be on to something.

Forthcoming and entertaining, Johnson tells her story of 31 dates in 31 days while resisting the urge to turn each date into a relationship. Sounds easy enough, right? Social Clout: 674 followers, 200 likes URL: http://www.31datesin31days.blogspot.com/ Bragging Rights: Thou shalt read “The Ten Commandments of Dating” is a bestselling Christian book published in 1999. It offers practical guidance with commandments like “Thou Shalt Get a Life” and “Thou Shalt Use Your Brain.” One Amazon reviewer gave props by saying, “This was the first book that I read on dating from a Christian perspective that actually gave good advice from a biblical standpoint.

” Social Clout: 150 likes URL: http://www.benyoung.org/ Bragging Rights: Understanding yourself Don’t we all want to know the answer to this question? Well, that’s the premise of author Susan Page’s bestselling relationship book. Page offers 10 strategies to better self-understanding and a fulfilling relationship with revealing anecdotes, case studies and quizzes. Amazon reviews call the book “outstanding” and “worth every minute of reading.” Social Clout: Appeared in People Magazine and USA Today URL: http://www.susanpage.com/ Featured photo source: wpl.ca.

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best dating new york times books 2011

By 2010-11-11 02:11:53 -0800 The New York Times announced Thursday morning that it will begin publishing bestseller lists for e-book fiction and nonfiction in early 2011. The Times's bestseller lists, established in 1935, are arguably the definitive metric for success in the book publishing world. The addition of two new lists for e-books points to the growing importance of the medium to the industry — and underlines the fact that what may be selling best in hardback or paperback may not be what's selling best in electronic format.

U.S. consumers are projected to spend this year, according to a recent report from Forrester, who also expects that sales will surpass $3 billion by 2015. Earlier this year, e-tailer announced that it is now selling , and that it expects e-books to by the end of 2011.

"The vibrant growth of digital publishing has created a need for an impartial, reliable source for tracking and reporting the top-selling e-books across the country," Janet Elder, editor of News Surveys for The New York Times.



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