Globe & Mail Bestsellers-Fiction-October 2019

October 18, 2019

1. The Tattooist of Auschwitz, Heather Morris

Illuminating tale of hope and courage.

2. The Testaments, Margaret Atwood

The wait is over.

3. Where the Crawdads Sing, Delia Owens

An exquisite ode to the natural world.

4. The Huntress, Kate Quinn

Historical novel about a battle-haunted English journalist and a Russian female bomber pilot.

5. The Perfect Girlfriend, Karen Hamilton

You’ve never read a love story as twisted as this.

6. The Mister, E. L. James

A roller-coaster ride of danger and desire.

7. The Lost Girls of Paris, Pam Jenoff

A mesmerizing tale of courage, sisterhood and the great strength of women.

8. Daisy Jones & the Six, Taylor Jenkins Reid

Brilliantly capturing a place and time in an utterly distinctive voice.

9. German Midwife, Mandy Robotham

Eva Braun is pregnant with the Fuhrer’s child, and Anke is assigned as her midwife.

10. The Suspect, Fiona Barton

…a brand new novel of twisting psychological suspense about every parent’s worst nightmare…

October 12, 2019

1. Testaments, Margaret Atwood

The wait is over.

2. The Institute, Stephen King

The most riveting and unforgettable story of kids confronting evil.

3. The Dutch House, Ann Patchett

A moving story that explores the indelible bond between two siblings.

4. The Turn of the Key, Ruth Ware

An unputdownable thriller from the Agatha Christie of our time.

5. The Last Train to London, Meg Waite Clayton

A pre-World War II-era story.

6. A Better Man, Louise Penny

What would you do, if…your child’s killer might walk free?

7. Where The Crawdads Sing, Delia Owens

An exquisite ode to the natural world.

8. Elevator Pitch, Linwood Barclay

A riveting tale of psychological suspense that is all too plausible.

9. Lethal Agent, Kyle Mills

An unprecedented and terrifying bio terrorism plot threatens to kill millions.

10. The Nanny, Gilly MacMillan

Diabolically clever.

October 5, 2019

1. The Testaments, Margaret Atwood

The wait is over.

2. The Institute, Stephen King

The most riveting and unforgettable story of kids confronting evil.

3. The Turn of the Key, Ruth Ware

An unputdownable thriller from the Agatha Christie of our time.

4. The Last Train to London, Meg Waite Clayton

A pre-World War II-era story.

5. The Water Dancer, Ta-Nehisa Coates

Debut novel about a magical gift, a devastating loss, and an underground war for freedom.

6. The Nanny, Gilly MacMillan

Diabolically clever.

7. Elevator Pitch, Linwood Barclay

A riveting tale of psychological suspense that is all too plausible.

8. A Better Man, Louise Penny

What would you do, if…your child’s killer might walk free?

9. The Dutch House, Ann Patchett

A moving story that explores the indelible bond between two siblings.

10. Where the Crawdads Sing, Delia Owens

An exquisite ode to the natural world.

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