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New York Times Bestsellers

Last Updated: September 28, 2023

Code Red by Vince Flynn

Vince Flynn: Code Red
by Kyle Mills

Mitch Rapp owes Damien Losa, the world’s most powerful crime lord, a favor. The Syrian government has created a highly addictive narcotic that they plan to distribute throughout Europe. It’s a major threat to Losa’s business, and Rapp is the perfect choice for the mission. He learns a shocking truth, and with more than Losa’s interests at stake, he devises a plan that could change the course of human history.

Holly by Stephen King

by Stephen King

Holly Gibney returns, this time reluctant to take on Penny Dahl’s case of her missing daughter, as Holly’s mother has just passed and she needs time off. But she accepts Penny’s case. Close to where Bonnie Dahl disappeared, Professors Rodney and Emily Harris live, and they’re harboring an unholy secret that may be related to Bonnie’s disappearance.

Fourth Wing by Rebecca Yarros

Fourth Wing
by Rebecca Yarros

21-year-old Violet Sorrengail was supposed to enter the Scribe Quadrant, but now, the commanding general (aka her mom) has ordered her to join the candidates to become a dragon-rider. With more candidates than dragons, most would kill Violet to better than chances of success- and the rest would kill her just for being her mother’s daughter.

23 ½ Lies by James Patterson

23 ½ Lies
by James Patterson

3 thrillers, with 23 ½ LIES following Lindsay Boxer’s investigation into her estranged father’s murder; FALLEN RANGER following Rory Yates, a Texas Ranger whose loyalty is put to the test; and WATCH YOUR BACK following a starving artist who is paid to expose his client’s cheating wife.

Things We Left Behind by Lucy Score

Things We Left Behind
by Lucy Score

Lucian Rollins is on a quest to build his empire; Sloan Walton, librarian, trusts Lucian as far as she can throw him. When bickering accidentally turns into foreplay, the flames are fanned, and with Sloan ready for marriage and kids and Lucian refusing to even consider, these enemies-to-lovers are stuck at an impasse.

Fall of Ruin and Wrath by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Fall of Ruin and Wrath
by Jennifer L. Armentrout

In a world nearly destroyed by gods, Calista must choose: follow her intuition to safety or follow her heart to her downfall.

Tom Lake by Ann Patchett

Tom Lake
by Ann Patchett

Recalling the past at her daughters’ request, Lara tells the story of a famous actor with whom she shared both a stage and a romance, which causes her daughters to examine their own lives and reconsider the world and everything they thought they knew.

Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus

Lessons in Chemistry
by Bonnie Garmus

It’s the 1960s and Elizabeth Zott is a scientist, yet her peers are very unscientific when it comes to equality. She has a ruin encounter with Calvin Evans who is a Nobel-nominee. Three years later, Elizabeth is an unwed single mother and the star of America’s most beloved cooking show, in which she not only teaches women how to cook, but how to change the status quo.

The Housemaid by Freida McFadden

The Housemaid
by Freida McFadden

Every day I clean the Wnchesters’ beautiful house top to bottom, collect their daughter from school, and cook a delicious meal for the whole family. I try to ignore how Nina makes messes just to watch me clean them, tells lies about her own daughter, and try to ignore how her husband Andrew seems more broken every day. When Nina locks me in my attic room, I reassure myself that they don’t know who I really am. And they don’t know what I’m capable of.

Too Late by Colleen Hoover

Too Late
by Colleen Hoover

Sloan will go through hell and back for those she loves. Caught up with notorious drug trafficker Asa Jackson means she has to every day. As Sloan became emotionally and economically reliant on Asa, he in turn developed a dangerous and disturbing obsession with her. Undercover DEA agent Carter may be the key to helping Sloan find a way out before it’s too late…