Historical Fiction Bestsellers: Week of Feb. 23

The following titles are shown in order of appearance from
USA Today's Top 150:

11/22/63  The House I Loved

The Capture of the Earl of Glencrae  Death Comes to Pemberley  War Horse

Water for Elephants  The Paris Wife: A Novel  Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter  The Snow Child  Sarah’s Key

The Woman in Black  She Tempts the Duke  Dreams of Joy

These are the books I consider to fall under the large umbrella of the historical fiction genre. Fifteen books out of 150. That's five less than last week, which saw the most historical fiction in the top 150 since October 2011! Tatiana de Rosnay's newest makes the list, as does her break-out, Sarah's Key, which hasn't left the list in 148 weeks. And Abe Lincoln Vampire Hunter makes a surprising comeback as well.


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