The Accident, Chris Pavone
It’s a safe bet to say that the thriller author will be a regular on best-seller lists and airport bookshelves for years to come. His second novel after his 2012 debut, The Expats, came in at No. 9 on the chart.
10% Happier, Dan Harris
In this memoir/self-help book (No. 13), the ABC anchor chronicles how meditation has helped him cope in a hypercompetitive industry following an on-air panic attack.
Astoria, Peter Stark
This true-life adventure tale (No. 14) is what you can thoroughly call a “dad book.” Stark focuses on a lesser-known episode in American history in which Thomas Jefferson and tycoon John Jacob Astor tried to conquer the Western frontier together.
You Can Date Boys When You’re Forty, Dave Barry
Landing at No. 15 is the humorist’s guide to parenting, which is meant to be helpful and funny at the same time.
SOURCE: The Indie Bestseller List for the week ending March 16, 2014