Rankings for books in print and electronic formats for the week ending March 29, according to the New York Times.
1. Shadow Spell (Nora Roberts) A falconer falls for his sister's best friend; Book 2 of the Cousins O'Dwyer trilogy.
2. NYPD Red 2 (James Patterson and Marshall Karp) Detectives investigate when the body of a wealthy woman is found on the Central Park carousel.
3. Missing You (Harlan Coben) NYPD detective searches for her ex-fiance, her father's murderer and missing users of an online dating site.
4. The Fixed Trilogy (Laurelin Paige) Collects Fixed on You, Found in You and Forever With You.
5. Blossom Street Brides (Debbie Macomber) Three women's lives intersect around a Seattle knitting store.
1. Thrive (Arianna Huffington) Personal well-being as the indispensable third measure (after money and power) of success.
2. Heaven Is for Real (Todd Burpo with Lynn Vincent) A father recounts his 3-year-old son's encounter with Jesus.
3. Twelve Years a Slave (Solomon Northup) The narrative, first published in 1853, of a freeman who was sold into slavery; basis of the movie.
4. A Call to Action (Jimmy Carter) The former president denounces discrimination and violence against women.
5. The Nazi Officer's Wife (Edith H. Beer) The story of a Jewish woman who hid her identity and married a Nazi Party member.
1. The Hungry Girl Diet (Lisa Lillien) A four-week, jump-start weight loss plan.
2. The End of Dieting (Joel Fuhrman) Nutritional advice for eating healthfully for the long term.
3. The Body Book (Cameron Diaz with Sandra Bark) A guide for becoming healthier, inspired by the actor's experience.
4. Grain Brain (David Perlmutter with Kristin Loberg) The deleterious effect of carbohydrates on the brain, and how to reverse it.
5. The Five Love Languages (Gary Chapman) How to communicate love in a way a spouse will understand.