Permanent Record

This week, the first of what will be several trade versions of the Final Report of the January 6 Select Committee hit the market, and our trade paperback list. Here are the details on each.

■ Imprint: Harper
■ Foreword: MSNBC chief legal correspondent Ari Melber

■ Imprint: Celadon, with the New Yorker
■ Preface: New Yorker editor David Remnick
■ Epilogue: Congressman Jamie Raskin

■ Imprint: Twelve
■ Reporting, analysis, and visuals: the New York Times

TikTok Boom

Ana Huang self-published the first three books in her Twisted series of spicy, dark new adult romances before getting picked up by Bloom Books, which re-released the titles, plus a fourth, in September. She’s a BookTok hit—#TwistedSeries has 259.7 million views—and this week, all four installments are on our trade paperback list. (Our review said Twisted Love “will have readers on the edges of their seats.”)

New Year, Familiar Message

A trio of new books on our hardcover nonfiction list appeal to the folks whose resolutions skew traditional. At #8, The Noom Mindset is the first book from the popular fitness and weight-loss app. Dr. Kellyann’s Bone Broth Breakthrough, #9, is naturopathic physician Kellyann Petrucci’s follow-up to books including 2015’s Dr. Kellyann’s Bone Broth Diet and 2016’s Dr. Kellyann’s Bone Broth Cookbook. And at #10, Fast Like a Girl by holistic health practitioner Mindy Pelz is billed as “a woman’s guide to using the healing power of fasting to burn fat, boost energy, and balance hormones.”


Tori Dunlap
#3 Hardcover Fiction
The personal finance educator behind the Her First 100K platform (“I fight the patriarchy by making you rich”), who has 2.2 million TikTok followers, delivers a primer on topics including managing debt, investing, and voting with one’s dollars.

Maureen Johnson
#16 Children’s Fiction
“Set in the Truly Devious universe, this scintillating mystery by Johnson follows Ellingham Academy senior and renowned amateur sleuth Stevie Bell,” per our starred review. “Johnson delivers a meticulously crafted fair-play mystery that gratifies as a standalone while also forwarding the richly textured characters’ arcs, a treat for fans of the series.”