Rankings for books in print and electronic formats for the week ending Sept. 28, according to the New York Times.
1. Doctor Sleep (Stephen King) Now grown up, the boy with psycho-intuitive powers in The Shining helps another child.
2. The Longest Ride (Nicholas Sparks) The lives of two couples converge unexpectedly.
3. Deadline (Sandra Brown) A journalist becomes a murder suspect as he pursues a story.
4. The Husband's Secret (Liane Moriarty) A woman discovers a letter from her husband she was not meant to read.
5. The Lowland (Jhumpa Lahiri) After his radical brother is killed, an Indian scientist brings his widow to join him in America.
1. Killing Jesus (Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard) Jesus' life and times, and the events leading up to his execution.
2. Si-cology 1 (Si Robertson with Mark Schlabach) Tales from Phil's youngest brother, who works in the Duck Commander workshop.
3. Orange Is the New Black (Piper Kerman) A Brooklyn woman's prison memoir; basis for the Netflix series.
4. Still Foolin' 'Em (Billy Crystal) The 65-year-old comedian's reminiscences.
5. Zealot (Reza Aslan) A biography of Jesus in the context of his times as the leader of a revolutionary movement.
1. The Chew: What's For Dinner? (Staff of The Chew) Quick, easy recipes from hosts of the television show.
2. Daring Greatly (Brene Brown) How the courage to be vulnerable changes the way we live.
3. The Gifts of Imperfection (Brene Brown) Embracing who you are, not who you should be.
4. I'm Too Young for This! (Suzanne Somers) Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy as a response to perimenopause.
5. E-Squared (Pam Grout) Spiritual experiments to change the focus of your thoughts.