Still Life With Bread Crumbs, Anna Quindlen
The seventh novel from the popular columnist debuted at No. 4 with more than 12,000 copies sold. In Still Life, a photographer — once known for capturing powerful feminist images but now facing down a professional dead end — reinvents herself at age 60.
An Officer and A Spy, Robert Harris
Landing at No. 10, the Fatherland author’s latest historical thriller focuses on real-life French officer Georges Picquart and his role in the Dreyfus affair.
Lockdown: Star Wars (Maul), Joe Schreiber
Set prior to The Phantom Menace, this Star Wars novel — debuting at No. 21 — follows Darth Maul as he infiltrates a space prison.
Orfeo, Richard Powers
It’s always nice when literary fiction cracks the chart. Powers’ tale of a composer suspected of bioterrorism slipped in at No. 25.
SOURCE: Publishers Weekly for the week ending Feb. 2, 2014