The Best Selling Books of the Third Week of September

Septeber is a big month for new books. As the season changes and schools open back up, publishers are busy releasing books. Find out which books topped Publisher’s list as the best selling books this week!

The list contains many big name authors as well as various books that critics and book lovers have been talking about. Stephen King’s novel Holly is second on the hardcover fiction section, only trailing Fourth Wing by Rebecca Yarres.

However, many of the books have been on this list for months on out. Demon Copperfield by Barbara Kingsolver is easily one of the biggest novel as well as Tom Lake by Ann Patchett. Expect to see them again on many end of year lists!

The Best Selling Books of September 16-23



  • 1. “The Democrat Party Hates America” by Mark R. Levin (Threshold)
  • 2. “Elon Musk” by Walter Isaacson (Simon & Schuster)
  • 3. “Skinnytaste Simple” by Homolka/Jones
  • 4. “Build the Life You Want” by Brooks/Winfrey (Portfolio)
  • 5. “Astor” by Cooper/Howe (Harper)
  • 6. “All Hope is Found” by Sarah Jakes Roberts (Thomas Nelson)
  • 7. “Social Justice Fallacies” by Thomas Sowell (Basic)
  • 8. “Counting the Cost” by Jill Duggar (Gallery)
  • 9. “The Garden Within” by Anita Phillips (Thomas Nelson)
  • 10. “The Art of Home” by Shea McGee (Harper Horizon)
  • 11. “Outlive” by Peter Attia (Harmony)
  • 12. “Black AF History” by Michael Harriot (Dey Street)
  • 13. “The Creative Act” by Rick Rubin (Penguin Press)
  • 14. “The Love Everybody Wants” by Madison Prewett Troutt (Waterbrook)
  • 15. “The Josiah Manifesto” by Jonathan Cahn (Frontline)


  • 1. “The Boys from Biloxi” by John Grisham (Vintage)
  • 2. “The Whittiers” by Danielle Steel (Dell)
  • 3. “The Wish” by Nicholas Sparks (Grand Central Publishing)
  • 4. “The Noise” by Patterson/Barker (Grand Central Publishing)
  • 5. “Clive Cussler’s Hellburner” by Mike Maden (G.P. Putnam’s Sons)
  • 6. “The Girl Who Survived” by Lisa Jackson (Zebra)
  • 7. “Liar!” by Fern Michaels (Zebra)
  • 8. “The Recovery Agent” by Janet Evanovich (Pocket)
  • 9. “Shadow Dance” by Christine Feehan (Berkley)
  • 10. “Duma Key” by Stephen King (Pocket)
  • 11. “Vince Flynn: Oath of Loyalty” by Kyle Mills (Pocket)
  • 12. “These Silent Woods” by Kimi Cunningham Grant (Minotaur)
  • 13. “Total Control” by David Baldacci (Grand Central Publishing)
  • 14. “No Plan B” by Child/Child (Dell)
  • 15. “Weather the Storm” by Nora Roberts (Silhouette)


  • 1. “Things We Left Behind” by Lucy Score (Bloom)
  • 2. “The Shadow Work Journal” by Keila Shaheen (Keila Shaheen)
  • 3. “Murder in the Family” by Cara Hunter (William Morrow)
  • 4. “23 1/2 Lies” by James Patterson (Grand Central Publishing)
  • 5. “Too Late” by Colleen Hoover (Grand Central Publishing)
  • 6. “The Unfortunate Side Effects of Heartbreak and Magic” by Breanne Randall (Alcove)
  • 7. “Icebreaker” by Hannah Grace (Atria)
  • 8. “It Starts with Us” by Colleen Hoover (Atria)
  • 9. “Mad Honey” by Picoult/Boylan (Ballantine)
  • 10. “Assistant to the Villain” by Hannah Nicole Maehrer (Red Tower)
  • 11. “Twisted Love” by Ana Huang (Bloom)
  • 12. “The Housemaid’s Secret” by Freida McFadden (Mobius)
  • 13. “Dreamland” by Nicholas Sparks (Bantam Dell)
  • 14. “The Midnight Library” by Matt Haig (Penguin Books)
  • 15. “The Coworker” by Freida McFadden (Poisoned Pen)

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