Rankings for books in print and electronic formats for week ending Jan. 14, according to the New York Times. (Advice list print only.)
1. The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (Stieg Larsson) A hacker and a journalist investigate a disappearance.
2. The Help (Kathryn Stockett) A white socialite and two black maids work on a book in 1960s Mississippi.
3. Believing the Lie (Elizabeth George) Inspector Thomas Lynley's investigation of a murder unearths a wealthy clan's secrets.
4. The Girl Who Played With Fire (Stieg Larsson) Hacker Lisbeth Salander becomes a murder suspect.
5. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (Jonathan Safran Foer) A boy searches New York City after his father dies on 9/11.
1. Heaven Is for Real (Todd Burpo, Lynn Vincent) A father recounts his 3-year-old son's encounter with Jesus.
2. American Sniper (Chris Kyle, Scott McEwen, Jim DeFelice) Memoir by a Navy SEAL with a record number of sniper kills.
3. Steve Jobs (Walter Isaacson) A biography of the late entrepreneur.
4. Killing Lincoln (Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard) The Fox News commentator looks at the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
5. Bossypants (Tina Fey) Memoir from the creator of 30 Rock.
Advice, how-to, miscellaneous
1. Taking People With You (David Novak) Making things happen.
2. Choose to Lose (Chris Powell) Using carbs for weight-loss plan.
3. Sexperiment (Ed and Lisa Young) A pastor and his wife on intimacy in marriage.
4. The 17 Day Diet (Mike Moreno) Cycles to burn fat every day.
5. The Dash Diet Action Plan (Marla Heller) Lower blood pressure and cholesterol without meds.