Best-Sellers for May 5

Fiction

1. Whiskey Beach. Nora Roberts

2. Daddy’s Gone a Hunting. Mary Higgins Clark

3. Taking Eve. Iris Johansen

4. Starting Now. Debbie Macomber

5. Don’t Go. Lisa Scottoline

6. Six Years. Harlan Coben

7. Unintended Consequences. Stuart Woods

8. Gone Girl. Gillian Flynn

9. Life After Life. Kate Atkinson

10. The Burgess Boys: A Novel. Elizabeth Strout

11. The Storyteller. Jodi Picoult

12. Alex Cross, Run. James Patterson

13. A Week in Winter. Maeve Binchy

14. A Man Without Breath. Philip Kerr

15. Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald. Therese Anne Fowler

Nonfiction

1. Lean In. Sheryl Sandberg

2. LeaderShift. Orrin Woodward, Oliver DeMille

3. The One Thing. Gary Keller

4. The Fast Metabolism Diet. Haylie Pomroy

5. It’s All Good. Gwyneth Paltro

6. The Duck Commander Family. Willie Robertson

7. The Athena Doctrine. John Gerzema, Michael D’Antonio

8. Life Code: The New Rules for Winning in the Real World. Phil McGraw

9. Man 2.0 Engineering the Alpha. John Romaniello, Adam Bornstein

10. Relish. Daphne Oz

11. Making Good Habits, Breaking Bad Habits. Joyce Meyer

12. The FastDiet. Michael Mosley

13. I Declare. Joel Osteen

14. Gulp. Mary Roach

15. A Higher Call. Adam Makos

Mass Market Paperbacks

1. The Best of Me. Nicholas Sparks

2. The Lost Years. Mary Higgins Clark

3. Calico Joe. John Grisham

4. Now You See Her. James Patterson, Michael Ledwidge

5. Delusion in Death. J.D. Robb

6. The Wanderer. Robyn Carr

7. Severe Clear. Stuart Woods

8. Sand Castle Bay. Sherryl Woods

9. Sleep No More. Iris Johansen

10. The Innocent. David Baldacci

11. Balancing Act. Fern Michaels

12. You Don’t Want to Know. Lisa Jackson

13. American Sniper. Chris Kyle, Scott McEwen and Jim DeFelice

14. Bloodline. James Rollins

15. Dry Gulch Ambush. William W. Johnstone

From The Associated Press. e_SCrt2013 The Nielsen Company.