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Amazon's best-selling books of 2015

Updated 12:23 PM ET, Wed December 9, 2015
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"The Girl on the Train" by Paula Hawkins tops Amazon's list of best-selling books of 2015. Hawkins' debut thriller was also the best-selling Kindle book and the most "wished-for" book on the site. Click through the gallery to see the rest of Amazon's top 10 best-sellers. Riverhead Books
Fans of "Fifty Shades of Grey" propelled E.L. James' "Grey" to second place with a tale about life as seen through Christian Grey's eyes. Vintage
"Go Set a Watchman," the much-anticipated second novel by reclusive author Harper Lee, came in at third place. The prequel to Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece, "To Kill a Mockingbird," "Watchman" was also the most-gifted book of 2015. HarperCollins
Popular thriller writer Kristin Hannah turns to historical fiction in "The Nightingale" to tell the story of two sisters serving in France's underground during World War II.
St. Martin's Press
A sports injury has a searing side effect for the police detective in David Baldacci's "Memory Man," at No. 5 on the list. He can't forget anything, and that becomes a curse when his family is murdered. Yet this power may be essential to solving the crime. Grand Central Publishing
In "Make Me: A Jack Reacher Novel," Lee Child's famous character refuses to back off from a curious case when he could have simply walked away. Stephen King likes Child's character so much, he's joined Child on portions of his book tour. He even included the character's name in his own novel "Under the Dome." Delacorte Press
John Grisham's latest lawyer working around the law, Sebastian Rudd, doesn't much care for working well with others in "Rogue Lawyer," coming in at No. 7 on Amazon's list. Rudd defends folks no one else will touch, all from the comfort of his bulletproof van. Doubleday
"The Girl in the Spider's Web: A Lisbeth Salander Novel," survives and thrives in the transition from the Stieg Larsson to new author David Lagercrantz. "Fans of Stieg Larsson's captivating odd couple of modern detective fiction will not be disappointed," The New York Times said. Knopf
Erik Larson's "Dead Wake: The Crossing of the Lusitania," tells the true story of the sinking of this ocean liner during wartime, published around the centennial anniversary of its demise. Crown Publishers
The first book in British author Angela Marsons' Detective Inspector Kim Stone series, "Silent Scream" details a killing spree that lasts decades. Of course Stone has her own demons, which she must confront before it's too late. Bookouture