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 WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING (Putnam, $18.) By Delia Owens. A young outcast finds herself at the center of a local murder trial.

 THE SEVEN HUSBANDS OF EVELYN HUGO (Washington Square Press, $17.) By Taylor Jenkins Reid. A Hollywood icon recounts the story of her glamorous life to a young reporter, and both discover the cost of fame.

 BOOK LOVERS (Berkley, $17.) By Emily Henry. Two adversarial book professionals from New York keep running into each other during a small-town vacation.

 VERITY (Grand Central, $16.99.) By Colleen Hoover. A writer hired to complete an incapacitated best-selling author’s manuscript learns disturbing secrets.

 IT ENDS WITH US (Atria, $16.99.) By Colleen Hoover. A woman questions her relationship with a commitment-phobic partner when her old flame appears.

 UGLY LOVE (Atria, $16.99.) By Colleen Hoover. A mutual attraction between two young adults leads to a casual relationship with no commitment, but emotions get in the way.

 PEOPLE WE MEET ON VACATION (Berkley, $16.) By Emily Henry. Two college best friends who had a falling out reunite for one more vacation together.

 BEACH READ (Berkley, $16.) By Emily Henry. Two writers who are summer neighbors challenge each other to write novels in each other’s genres.

 MALIBU RISING (Ballantine, $18.) By Taylor Jenkins Reid. An end-of-summer party is the backdrop for the story of four famous siblings trying to reckon with their upbringing.

10  CIRCE (Back Bay, $16.99.) By Madeline Miller. This follow-up to “The Song of Achilles” is about the goddess who turns Odysseus’s men to swine.

 BRAIDING SWEETGRASS: INDIGENOUS WISDOM, SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE AND THE TEACHINGS OF PLANTS (Milkweed Editions, $18). By Robin Wall Kimmerer. Essays by an Indigenous scientist offer lessons in reciprocal awareness between people and plants.

 THE BODY KEEPS THE SCORE (Penguin, $19). By Bessel van der Kolk. A scientific look at how trauma can reshape a person’s body and brain.

 FINDING THE MOTHER TREE (Vintage, $17). By Suzanne Simard. An ecologist illuminates the connections between trees and people.

 THE BOMBER MAFIA (Back Bay, $18.99). By Malcolm Gladwell. How a strategy to reduce bloodshed with precision bombing in World War II was thwarted by military leaders.

 ALL ABOUT LOVE (Morrow, $15.99). By bell hooks. The first volume in the feminist’s Love Song to the Nation trilogy considers compassion as a form of love.

 THIS IS YOUR MIND ON PLANTS (Penguin, $18.) By Michael Pollan. The “Omnivore’s Dilemma” author explores the cultural and scientific impacts of plant-based drugs opium, caffeine and mescaline.

 EDUCATED (Random House, $18.99). By Tara Westover. A memoir by a woman from a survivalist family who earned a PhD at Cambridge.

 DO THE WORK!: AN ANTIRACIST ACTIVITY BOOK (Workman, $22.95.) By W. Kamau Bell, Kate Schatz. A workbook with games, activities and illustrations that shed light on systemic racism and offer tips on what people can do about it.

 THE SPLENDID AND THE VILE (Crown, $20). By Erik Larson. A look at how Winston Churchill led Britain through World War II that explores his political gamesmanship and his family dynamics.

10  TALKING TO STRANGERS (Back Bay, $18.99). By Malcolm Gladwell. An examination of why humans are so bad at recognizing liars and lies.

 DUNE (Ace, $10.99). By Frank Herbert. In the classic science fiction novel, a young boy survives a family betrayal on an inhospitable planet.

 1984 (Signet, $9.99). By George Orwell. The classic novel about the perils of a totalitarian police state.

 WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING (Putnam, $9.99) By Delia Owens. A young outcast finds herself at the center of a local murder trial.

 ANIMAL FARM (Signet, $9.99). By George Orwell. Animals stage a workers’ coup on a farm, then devolve into a totalitarian state, in this classic broadside against Stalinism.

 THE WAY OF KINGS (Tor, $9.99). By Brandon Sanderson. The first volume in the Stormlight Archive series.

 LORD OF THE FLIES (Penguin, $11). By William Golding. The classic, unsettling tale of English schoolboys stranded on a deserted isle.

 DUNE MESSIAH (Ace, $9.99). By Frank Herbert. The second book in the Dune Chronicles picks up the story of Paul Atreides 12 years after he becomes emperor of the known universe.

 THE NAME OF THE WIND (DAW, $10.99). By Patrick Rothfuss. Kvothe the Kingkiller tells the story of his rise to near-legendary heroism.

 GOOD OMENS (Morrow, $9.99). By Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. A novel imagining the end of the world and the fallout.

10  THE DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL (Bantam, $7.95). By Anne Frank. The diary of a thirteen-year-old Jewish girl as she hides from the Nazis in an attic during World War II.

Rankings reflect sales for the week ended July 24. The charts may not be reproduced without permission from the American Booksellers Association, the trade association for independent bookstores in the United States, and indiebound.org. Copyright 2022 American Booksellers Association. (The bestseller lists alternate between hardcover and paperback each week.)

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