Rankings for hard-cover books sold in Southern California, as reported by selected book stores:
"Legacy of Spies," by John le Carre (Viking: $28) A retired British Secret Service agent is interrogated about his past and former colleague George Smiley.
"Little Fires Everywhere," by Celeste Ng (Penguin Press: $27) A new family and an adoption upend a quiet Ohio town.
"A Column of Fire," by Ken Follett (Viking: $36) Set in 1558 England, lovers are on opposite sides of a conflict between Catholics and Protestants.
"Glass Houses," by Louise Penny (Minotaur: $28.99) Chief Superintendent Gamache regrets not acting on a hunch when a body is discovered.
"The Girl Who Takes and Eye for an Eye," by David Lagercrantz (Knopf: $27.95) Lisbeth Salander teams with a journalist to uncover the secrets of her childhood.
"The Cuban Affair," by Nelson DeMille (Simon & Schuster: $28.99) An Army veteran is hired to find $60 million stashed somewhere in Cuba.
"A Gentleman in Moscow," by Amor Towles (Viking: $27) In 1922, a Russian count is sentenced to house arrest in a hotel for the rest of his life.
"The Golden House," by Salman Rushdie (Random House: $28.99) A billionaire real estate mogul moves into Greenwich Village with his three sons.
Wonder by R.J. Palacio (Knopf: $16.99) The trials and triumphs of a 10-year-old boy starting school for the first time.
The Land of Stories: Worlds Collide by Chris Colfer (Little, Brown: $19.99) Fairy tale characters and the human world collide.