Bark, Lorrie Moore
George Saunders won the Story Prize on March 5 for his 2013 collection Tenth of December. And it’s an easy bet that Moore’s luminous short-story collection — debuting at No. 3 on this week’s chart — will be in the running for next year’s award.
Six Years, Harlan Coben
This stand-alone mystery-thriller landed at No. 7 on the paperback chart. It follows a college professor’s search for answers when it turns out that the one who got away wasn’t the woman he thought she was. Coben’s next novel, Missing You, hits shelves on March 18.
Frozen, Victoria Saxon, illustrated by Grace Lee, Massimiliano Narciso & Andrea Cagol
Remember Golden Books? Yes, they still exist — this one, at No. 7, repackages the Oscar-winning Disney animated flick.
Hi, Koo!, Jon J Muth
Muth’s picture book (No. 15), written in haiku, explores the seasons from a panda’s view.
SOURCE: The Indie Bestseller List for the week ending March 2, 2014