Best-Sellers for April 7

Fiction

1. Six Years. Harlan Coben

2. The Storyteller. Jodi Picoult

3. Alex Cross, Run. James Patterson

4. Gone Girl. Gillian Flynn

5. The Striker. Cussler/Scott

6. A Week in Winter. Maeve Binchy

7. Calculated in Death. J.D. Robb

8. A Story of God and All of Us. Roma Downey and Mark Burnett

9. The Chance. Karen Kingsbury

10. Damascus Countdown. Joel C. Rosenberg

11. Halo: Silentium. Greg Bear

12. Breaking Point. C.J. Box

Nonfiction

1. Lean In. Sheryl Sandberg

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

3. The FastDiet. Michael Mosley

4. Patients Come Second. Paul Spiegelman, Britt Barrett

5. Firsthand. Ryan and Josh Shook

6. Killing Kennedy. Bill O’Reilly

7. Shred: The Revolutionary Diet: 6 Weeks 4 Inches 2 Sizes. Ian K. Smith

8. The Duck Commander Family. Willie Robertson

9. I Declare: 31 Promises to Speak. Joel Osteen

10. Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us. Michael Moss

11. Sum It Up. Pat Summitt

12. Heaven is Real but So is Hell. Vassula Ryden

Mass Market Paperbacks

1. The Lost Years. Mary Higgins Clark

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

3. The Innocent. David Baldacci

4. Sleep No More. Iris Johansen

5. You Don’t Want To Know. Lisa Jackson

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

7. The Thief. Clive Cussler

8. Defending Jacob: A Novel. William Landay

9. Return to Willow Lake. Susan Wiggs

10. Heart of Texas Volume 1. Debbie Macomber

11. Highlander Most Wanted. Maya Banks

12. Stay Close. Harlan Coben

From The Associated Press. e_SCrt2013 The Nielsen Company.