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The Washington Post Bestseller: May 7, 2017

HARDCOVER  FICTION

  1. THE FIX

(Grand Central, $29). By David Baldacci. Amos Decker witnesses an execution-style killing. It may well be his most perplexing case yet. [2]

  1. GOLDEN PREY

(Putnam, $29). By John Sandford. Lucas Davenport, recently of the U.S. Marshals Service, pursues a brutal drug cartel. [1]

  1. ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE

(Random House, $27). By Elizabeth Strout. Lucy Barton returns home after 17 years. [1]

  1. A GENTLEMAN IN MOSCOW

(Viking, $27). By Amor Towles. A Russian aristocrat is under house arrest in Moscow. [16]

  1. THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD

(Doubleday, $26.95). By Colson Whitehead. A young slave makes a desperate bid for freedom. [32]6

  1. THE BLACK BOOK

(Little, Brown, $28). By James Patterson and David Ellis. A missing black book sends shock waves through Chicago’s elite. [5]

  1. NORSE MYTHOLOGY

(Norton, $25.95). By Neil Gaiman. The popular author retells the great northern tales of Odin, Thor and Loki. [12]

  1. BEARTOWN

(Atria, $26.99). By Fredrik Backman. A successful junior ice hockey team helps revive a failing town. [1]

  1. ALL BY MYSELF, ALONE

(Simon & Schuster, $26.99). By Mary Higgins Clark. An English aristocrat is murdered on an ocean cruise and her priceless necklace has gone missing. [4]

  1. PACHINKO

(Grand Central, $27). By Min Jin Lee. A poor Korean family tries to make it in Japan. [1]

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