Viola Davis debuts as No. 1 on the bestseller list with ‘Finding Me’

1. Dream city

By David Baldacci. The third book in the “Archer” series. Archer, Dash and Callahan are looking for a missing screenwriter who had a death in her home.

2. Run, Rose, Run

By Dolly Parton and James Patterson. A singer-songwriter goes to Nashville to seek star status, but is followed by his dark past.

3. City on fire

By Don Winslow. Two rival crime families controlling all of New England start a war against each other.

4. The good left regretted

By Adriana Trigiani. The Cabrelli family matriarch, who is nearing the end of his life, shares his mother’s love story with his family.

5. Sea of ​​Tranquility

By Emily St. John Mandel. A detective investigating in the desert discovers that his actions may affect the timeline of the universe.

6. The investigator

By John Sandford. Letty Davenport, the adopted daughter of Lucas Davenport, looks at oil thefts in Texas.

7. The Paris apartment

By Lucy Foley. Jess suspects his half-brother’s neighbors when he disappears.

8. The Midnight Library

by Matt Haig. Nora Seed finds a library beyond the edge of the universe that contains books with more possibilities for the lives one could have lived.

9. Lessons in chemistry

By Bonnie Garmus. A scientist and single mother living in California in the 1960s becomes a star in a television cooking show.

10. What happened to Bennett’s

By Lisa Scottoline. A brush with members of a drug trafficking organization initiates a suburban family to enter the witness protection program.


1. To find me

By Viola Davis. The award-winning actress describes the difficulties she encountered before claiming her self-esteem and achieving professional success.

2. The castle papers

By Tina Brown. This follow-up to “The Diana Chronicles” describes how the royal family reinvented themselves after Princess Diana’s death.

3. Wormed

By Paul Holes. A memoir of a former investigator in a cold case who worked on several notable cases, including identifying the Golden State killer.

4. Freezing order

By Bill Browder. The author of “Red Notice” tells his story of becoming Vladimir Putin’s enemy by revealing a $ 230 million tax refund scheme.

5. I show myself

by Jessi Klein. A collection of comic essays on motherhood and the Middle Ages by the Emmy-winning author and producer.

6. From Strength to Strength

By Arthur C. Brooks. A columnist for The Atlantic advocates ways to change priorities and habits to overcome diminishing abilities later in life.

7. Crying in H Mart

By Michelle Zauner. The daughter of a Korean mother and a Jewish-American father and leader of the indie-rock project Japanese Breakfast, describes creating her own identity after losing her mother to cancer.

8. Hey, Molly!

By Molly Shannon with Sean Wilsey. The comedic actress shares stories of family tragedy and her years as a star in “Saturday Night Live.”

9. Playing with myself

By Randy Rainbow. A memoir of the three-time Emmy-nominated comedian known for his online musical and political satires.

10. Only Tire

Of Tire. A memoir by the professional wrestler and Fox News political commentator.

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