Sunday, May 5, 2019

Boswell (unannotated) bestsellers for the week ending May 4, 2019

Boswell Bestsellers for the week ending May 4, 2019

I'm presenting an un-annotated version of this week's bestsellers, due to a keyboard mishap. If you notice a missing "e" in a word, that's why.

Hardcover Fiction:
1. Courting Mr. Lincoln, by Louis Bayard
2. Where the Crawdads Sing, by Delia Owens
3. Spring by Ali Smith
4. Outside Looking In, by TC Boyle
5. American Agent (V15), by Jacquline Winspear
6. Lost and Wanted, by Nell Freudenberger
7. Machines Like Me, by Ian McEwan
8. Leading Men, by Christopher Castellani
9. Wunderland, by Jennifer Cody Epstein
10. Little Fires Everywhere, by Celste Ng (event May 15 - tickets here)

Hardcover Nonfiction:
1. Nanaville, by Anna Quindlen
2. The Trillion Dollar Coach, by Eric Schmidt
3. The Matriarch, by Susan Page
4. Diversity Delusion, by Heather Mac Donald
5. Universal Christ, by Richard Rohr
6. No Shadow of a Doubt, by Daniel Kennefick
7. Educated, by Tara Westover
8. Save Me the Plums, by Ruth Reichl
9. A Woman of No Importance, by Sonia Purnell
10. Dare to Lead, by Brené Brown

Paperback Fiction:
1. The  Dream Angel Plays the Cello, by Stephen Anderson
2. Milwaukee Noir, edited by Tim Hennessy (event Tue May 7, 7 pm, at Boswell)
3. The Overstory, by Richard Powers
4. Paris by the Book, by Liam Callanan
5. The Coincidence of Coconut Cake, by Amy E Reichert
6. The Widows of Malabar Hill, by Sujata Massey (event Tue May 21, 7 pm at Boswell)
7. The House of Broken Angels, by Luis Alberto Urrea (event Thu May 9, 7 pm, at Boswell)
8. The Seven and a Half Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, by Stuart Turton
9. Washington Black, by Esi Edugyan
10. Luck, Love and Lemon Pie, by Amy E Reichert

Paperback Nonfiction:
1. In the Country We Love, by Diane Guerrero
2. The Mueller Report, by US Department of Justice and The Washington Post (Scribner)
3. Strong Is the New Pretty, by Kate T Parker
4. The Heart of a Boy, by Kate T Parker
5. Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake, by Anna Quindlen
6. Keep Going, by Austin Kleon (event Wed May 8, 7 pm, at Boswell)
7. Tu Casa, Mi Casa, by Enrique Olvera
8. Making Thinking Visible, by Ron Ritchhart
9. The Life of the Beloved, by Henri Nouwen
10. How Reading Changed my Life, by Anna Quindlen

Books for Kids:
1. My Family Divided, by Diane Guerrero
2. A Place for Pluto. by Stef Wade, with illustrations by Melanie Demmer
3. Sweeping Up the Heart, by Kevin Henkes
4. High Five, by Adam Rubin, with illustrations by Daniel Salmieri
5. Dragons Love Tacos, by Adam Rubin, with illustrations by Daniel Salmieri
6. Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid: Rowley Jefferson's Journal, by Jeff Kinney
7. Camp, by Kayla Miller
8. The Stars Beneath Our Feet, by David Barclay Moore
9. You Go First, by Erin Entrada Kelly
10. Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls (V1), by Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo

Over at the Journal Sentinel, Jim Higgins looks at authors coming to Milwaukee in May, which tends to be one of the busiest touring months of the year.

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