1. "For One More Day," by Mitch Albom (Hyperion, $21.95). A troubled man gets a last chance to restore his relationship with his dead mother.
2. "The Collectors," by David Baldacci (Warner, $26.99). The members of the Camel Club reunite to solve a murder at the Library of Congress.
3. "Act of Treason," by Vince Flynn (Atria, $25.95). The C.I.A. operative Mitch Rapp makes surprising discoveries when he investigates an attack on a Democratic presidential candidate's motorcade.
4. "Echo Park," by Michael Connelly (Little, Brown, $26.99). The Los Angeles detective Harry Bosch returns to an old unsolved case with unexpected results.
5. "Thirteen Moons," by Charles Frazier (Random House, $26.95). A man raised in the North Carolina wilderness travels America in defense of his adopted Indian people and broods over an elusive woman.
1. "The Innocent Man," by John Grisham (Doubleday, $28.95). Grisham's first nonfiction book concerns a man sentenced to death for a crime he did not commit.
2. "The Audacity of Hope," by Barack Obama (Crown, $25). The Illinois junior senator proposes that Americans move beyond their political divisions.
3. "State of Denial," by Bob Woodward (Simon & Schuster, $30). The third "Bush at War" volume by the longtime Washington Post reporter and editor describes a dysfunctional administration's inept conduct of the invasion and occupation of Iraq.
4. "Culture Warrior," by Bill O'Reilly (Broadway, $26). The host of "The O'Reilly Factor" describes a culture war between traditionalists and secular-progressives.
5. "I Feel Bad About My Neck," by Nora Ephron (Knopf, $19.95). A witty look at aging from a novelist and screenwriter ("When Harry Met Sally").
- The New York Times