According to Publishers Weekly, here are the national best-sellers for the week that ended Saturday.

FICTION 1. Gone Girl. Gillian Flynn. Crown ($25).

2. Wicked Business. Janet Evanovich. Bantam ($28).

3. Bloodline: A Sigma Force Novel. James Rollins. William Morrow ($27.99).

4. Summerland. Elin Hilderbrand. Reagan Arthur ($26.99).

5. Calico Joe. John Grisham. Doubleday ($24.95).

6. The Age of Miracles. Karen Thompson Walker. Random House ($26).

7. The Storm. Clive Cussler. Putnam ($27.95).

8. Mission to Paris. Alan Furst. Random House ($27).

9. Porch Lights. Dorothea Benton Frank. William Morrow ($25.99).

10. 11th Hour. Patterson/Paetro. Little, Brown ($27.99).

NONFICTION 1. Cowards. Glenn Beck. Threshold Editions ($28).

2. Wild. Cheryl Strayed. Knopf ($25.95).

3. The Amateur. Edward Klein. Regnery Publishing ($27.95).

4. Killing Lincoln. Bill O’Reilly. Henry Holt ($28).

5. The Skinny Rules. Bob Harper. Ballantine Books ($26).

6. An American Son. Marco Rubio. Sentinel ($26).

7. It Worked for Me. Colin Powell. Harper ($27).

8. Leading Culture Change. Daniel Denison. Jossey-Bass ($34).

9. What Really Happened. Rielle Hunter. Benbella ($24.95).

10. The Great Destroyer. David Limbaugh. Regnery Publishing ($29.95).

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