Missing You, Harlan Coben
Think Catfish with murder. Coben’s latest thriller, about online dating gone wrong, debuted at No. 3 on the chart this week.
The Cairo Affair, Olen Steinhauer
Steinhauer’s first novel after the completion of the Milo Weaver trilogy serves up sex, assassination, and international intrigue. It landed at No. 11.
Shotgun Lovesongs, Nickolas Butler
Making the list at No. 13 is a novel about four thirtysomething friends who return to the Midwestern town they grew up in. The story is partly inspired by the author’s high school friend, Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon.
Dancing Fish and Ammonites, Penelope Lively
The 81-year-old British author of a slew of beloved children’s fantasies and thoughtful novels for adults has written a memoir that combines her personal history with views on aging, literature, and archaeology.
SOURCE: The Indie Bestseller List for the week ending March 23, 2014