The New York Times Fiction Best Sellers of 2013


This is a list of adult fiction books that topped The New York Times Fiction Best Seller list in 2013, in the Combined Print & E-Book Fiction category.[1]

Date Book Author
January 6 The Racketeer John Grisham
January 13 Gone Girl Gillian Flynn
January 20
January 27 A Memory of Light Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson
February 3
February 10 Private Berlin James Patterson and Mark Sullivan
February 17 Until the End of Time Danielle Steel
February 24
March 3 A Week in Winter Maeve Binchy
March 10 Alex Cross, Run James Patterson
March 17 Calculated in Death J.D. Robb
March 24 Reckless S.C. Stephens
March 31 Alex Cross, Run James Patterson
April 7 Six Years Harlan Coben
April 14 Lover At Last J.R. Ward
April 21 Walking Disaster Jamie McGuire
April 28 The Bet Rachel Van Dyken
May 5 Whiskey Beach Nora Roberts
May 12 The Hit David Baldacci
May 19 12th of Never James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
May 26 Dead Ever After Charlaine Harris
June 2 Inferno Dan Brown
June 9
June 16
June 23 Entwined With You Sylvia Day
June 30 Inferno Dan Brown
July 7
July 14 Second Honeymoon James Patterson and Howard Roughan
July 21 Inferno Dan Brown
July 28 Hidden Order Brad Thor
August 4 The Cuckoo's Calling Robert Galbraith

(pseudonym for J.K. Rowling)

August 11
August 18
August 25 Burn Maya Banks
September 1 The Cuckoo's Calling Robert Galbraith
September 8
September 15 How the Light Gets In Louise Penny
September 22 Never Go Back Lee Child
September 29 W is for Wasted Sue Grafton
October 6 The Longest Ride Nicholas Sparks
October 13 Doctor Sleep Stephen King
October 20 Gone James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge
October 27 Storm Front John Sandford
November 3 Just One Evil Act Elizabeth George
November 10 Sycamore Row John Grisham
November 17 Dark Witch Nora Roberts
November 24 Sycamore Row John Grisham
December 1
December 8 Takedown Twenty Janet Evanovich
December 15 Cross My Heart James Patterson
December 22 The Gods of Guilt Michael Connelly
December 29 Sycamore Row John Grisham

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  1. ^ "Combined Print & E-Book Fiction". NYTimes.com. Retrieved 5 January 2013.