New York Times
Hardcover Fiction Bestsellers
February 25, 2024
1. The Women
In 1965, a nursing student follows her brother to serve during the Vietnam War and returns to a divided America.
2. House of Flame and Shadow
Sarah J. Maas
The third book in the Crescent City series. Bryce wants to return home while Hunt is trapped in Asteri's dungeons.
3. Fourth Wing
Violet Sorrengail is urged by the commanding general, who also is her mother, to become a candidate for the elite dragon riders.
4. Iron Flame
The second book in the Empyrean series. Violet Sorrengail's next round of training might require her to betray the man she loves.
5. The Heaven & Earth Grocery Store
Secrets held by the residents of a dilapidated neighborhood come to life when a skeleton is found at the bottom of a well.
6. First Lie Wins
A woman who works for a mysterious boss takes on a new identity to dig up information on someone.
7. Lessons in Chemistry
A scientist and single mother living in California in the 1960s becomes a star on a TV cooking show.
8. The Fury
Violence erupts when a former movie star brings a group of her friends to her private Greek island for Easter.
A century-old mystery brings Corvina Clemm and Vad Deverell together at a university based in a castle at the top of a mountain with a dark history.
10. Remarkably Bright Creatures
Shelby Van Pelt
A widow working the night shift at the Sowell Bay Aquarium is aided in solving a mystery by a giant Pacific octopus living there.
11. Demon Copperhead
Winner of a 2023 Pulitzer Prize for fiction. A reimagining of Charles Dickens's
set in the mountains of southern Appalachia.
12. The Ghost Orchid
The 39th book in the Alex Delaware series. Milo and Alex dig up the pasts of two homicide victims found in Bel Air.
13. Holmes, Marple & Poe
James Patterson and Brian Sitts
Three private investigators working in New York City draw the attention of an N.Y.P.D. detective.
14. The Covenant of Water
Three generations of a family living on South India's Malabar Coast suffer the loss of a family member by drowning.
15. The Little Liar
The actions of an 11-year-old boy help facilitate the delivery of Jewish residents, including his family, to Auschwitz.
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A version of this list appears in the February 25, 2024 issue of The New York Times Book Review. Rankings reflect sales for the week ending February 10, 2024.
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