Hardback bestsellers for the week ended Feb. 2, according to the New York Times.
1 The Appeal (John Grisham) Intrigue ensues when a court decides against a company.
2 Duma Key (Stephen King) A contractor begins to create paintings with mysterious power.
3 Plum Lucky (Janet Evanovich) Stephanie's grandmother finds a bag of cash and goes gambling, pursued by the money's owner.
4 Sizzle and Burn (Jayne Ann Krentz) A member of the Arcane Society helps a woman with psychic powers.
5 A Thousand Splendid Suns (Khaled Hosseini) A friendship between two women in Afghanistan against the backdrop of war.
1 In Defense of Food (Michael Pollan) A manifesto urges us to "Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants."
2 An Inconvenient Book (Glenn Beck and Kevin Balfe) The conservative TV and talk-radio host offers his solutions to problems.
3 Real Change (Newt Gingrich with Vince Haley and Rick Tyler) How to build a better America, from the former speaker of the House.
4 Tom Cruise (Andrew Morton) An unauthorized biography.
5 I Am America (And So Can You!) The wit and wisdom ofComedy Central's mock pundit.
Advice, how-to, miscellaneous
1 The Secret (Rhonda Byrne) The law of attraction as a key to getting what you want.
2 How Not to Look Old (Charla Krupp) Advice from a former beauty editor.
3 Become a Better You (Joel Osteen) Seven keys to living with joy and peace.
4 You: Staying Young (Michael F. Roizen and Mehmet C. Oz et al) The principles of longevity and how to combat aging's effects.
5 The Dangerous Book for Boys (Conn Iggulden and Hal Iggulden) Skipping stones, tying knots and other essential activities.