Inferno. By Dan Brown.
For the second time since June, top of the list is Inferno, a mystery thriller from Dan “de Vinci Code” Brown, and the fourth book in his Robert Langdon series. Set mainly in Florence, the plot is as twisted as any dreamed up by that lovely city’s renaissance politician, Niccolò Machiavelli. The book was number one on the New York Times Best Seller list for the first eleven weeks of its release in 2013.
|1||Inferno||Brown, Dan||Corgi Bantam Paperback UK||Thriller|
|2||Hard Choices||Clinton, Hillary Rodham||Simon & Schuster Uk||History|
|3||The Fault in Our Stars. Film tie-in||Green, John||Puffin UK||Teenager Fiction|
|4||The Goldfinch||Tartt, Donna||Abacus||Fiction Paperback|
|5||A Delicate Truth||Le Carré, John||Penguin Books UK||Thriller|
|6||The Silkworm. Cormoran Strike : Book 2||Galbraith, Robert||Little Brown UK||Thriller|
|7||The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden||Jonasson, Jonas||Fourth Estate Ltd||Fiction Paperback|
|8||Sycamore Row||Grisham, John||Hodder and Stoughton Ltd||Thriller|
|9||The Truth about the Harry Quebert Affair||Dicker, Joel||Quercus Publishing||Fiction Hard Cover|
|10||The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry||Joyce, Rachel||Black Swan||Fiction Paperback|