Rankings for hard-cover books sold in Southern California, as reported by selected book stores:
"Camino Island," by John Grisham (Doubleday: $28.95) A heist at Princeton puts a Florida bookstore owner, a struggling novelist and a gang of thieves on a collision course.
"Rich People Problems," by Kevin Kwan (Doubleday: $27.95) A wealthy Singapore family comes together to fight over the estate of their dying matriarch.
"Into the Water," by Paula Hawkins (Riverhead: $28) A single mother turns up dead in the new novel from the author of "The Girl on the Train."
"A Gentleman in Moscow," by Amor Towles (Viking: $27) In 1922, a Russian count is sentenced to house arrest in a grand hotel for the rest of his life.
"Dragon Teeth," by Michael Crichton (Harper: $28.99) A college student joins a fossil-hunting expedition with two rival paleontologists in this recently discovered manuscript by the late author.
"Men Without Women," by Haruki Murakami (Knopf: $25.95) A married man's ex-girlfriend commits suicide, plus other stories.
"Testimony," by Scott Turow (Grand Central: $28) An Illinois prosecutor is hired to investigate the disappearance of refugee gypsies in Bosnia.
"The Underground Railroad," by Colson Whitehead (Doubleday: $26.95) A slave escapes via the Underground Railroad, imagined as a train running under America.
"The Ministry of Utmost Happiness," by Arundhati Roy (Knopf: $28.95) An intergenerational story of love and hope that crosses the Indian subcontinent.
"Magpie Murders," by Anthony Horowitz (Harper: $27.99) A murder mystery about a man who writes Agatha Christie-style murder mysteries.