The Washington Post’s best-selling paperback book – The Washington Post

first DUNE (Aces, $18). By Frank Herbert. In the classic sci-fi novel, a boy survives his family’s betrayal on a hospitable planet. 2 EVELYN HUGO’s SEVEN WOMEN (Washington Square Press, $17). By Taylor Jenkins Reid. A Hollywood icon tells the story of her glamorous life to a young reporter, and the two discover the cost of fame. 3 SONG ACHILLES (Ecco, $16.99). By Madeline Miller. The legend of Achilles is told from the point of view of his friend Patroclus. 4 CODE SEARCH PERSON (Penguin, $18). Of French Tana. A Chicago police officer returns to Ireland and is caught up in a local disappearance case. 5 OVERVIEW (Norton, $18.95). By Richard Powers. In this Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, some people find their lives intertwined with the trees. 6 BRACELET (Back Bay, $16.99). By Madeline Miller. The sequel to “The Song of Achilles” is about Odysseus’s goddess of turning people into pigs. 7 NIGHT CLOCK PERSON (Harper Perennial, $18). By Louise Erdrich. A night watchman and Chippewa Council member fighting indigenous expropriation in 1953. 8 FAIRY PEOPLE ONLY (Washington Square, $17). By Fredrik Backman. A failed bank robber has held a group of nervous strangers hostage. 9 HOUSE IN THE SEA CERULEAN (Tor, $18.99). By TJ Klune. A caseworker is sent to investigate six magical mistakes at an orphanage on the island. ten THURSDAY MURDER CLUB (Penguin, $17). By Richard Osman. Four septuagenarians join forces to catch a killer. | The Washington Post’s best-selling paperback book – The Washington Post


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