Rankings for books sold in print and electronic formats for the week ending Nov. 26, according to the New York Times. (Advice list is print only.)
1. Explosive Eighteen (Janet Evanovich) Stephanie Plum is the target of an international killer.
2. 11/22/63 (Stephen King) An English teacher travels back in time to stop Lee Harvey Oswald.
3. Kill Alex Cross (James Patterson) Cross investigates the kidnapping of the president's children.
4. The Litigators (John Grisham) Partners in a small law firm take on a big case.
5. V Is for Vengeance (Sue Grafton) Kinsey Millhone discovers that retail crime is run by gangs.
1. Steve Jobs (Walter Isaacson) A biography of the recently deceased entrepreneur.
2. Killing Lincoln (Bill O'Reilly, Martin Dugard) Fox News anchor looks at the assassination.
3. Being George Washington (Glenn Beck, Kevin Balfe) Washington as the indispensable man.
4. Heaven Is for Real (Todd Burpo, Lynn Vincent) A 3-year-old's encounter with Jesus.
5. Unbroken (Laura Hillenbrand) An Olympic runner's story of survival as a prisoner in World War II.
Advice, how-to, miscellaneous
1. Guinness World Records 2012 (Edited by Craig Glenday) Tallest, fastest, youngest, most.
2. Go the F--- to Sleep (Adam Mansbach, illustrated by Ricardo Cortes) A children's book parody.
3. Nearing Home (Billy Graham) The evangelist explores the challenges of aging.
4. Paula Deen's Southern Cooking Bible (Paula Deen, Melissa Clark) Classic Southern dishes.
5. Lady Gaga X Terry Richardson (Lady Gaga and Terry Richardson) Behind-the-scenes photos.