E.L. James' novel "Grey," a follow-up to her hugely successful "Fifty Shades of Grey," is the No. 1 fiction book on the latest New York Times' best-seller list. It is a newcomer on the list but it shot up to the top spot immediately. It is the top book under the category of combined print and e-book fiction.

The New York Times reports that "Grey" knocked “The Girl on the Train” by Paula Hawkins from the No. 1 spot. Hawkins' book has been on the list for 23 weeks.

Top 5 Combined Print And E-Book Fiction Best-Sellers

1. "Grey" by E.L. James (Vintage): This is James' new novel with Christian Grey as the storyteller, instead of Anastasia Steele. It gives readers a glimpse of Christian's dark, controlling and mysterious mind.

2. “The Girl on the Train” by Paula Hawkins (Riverhead): This psychological thriller is about Rachel, a girl who rides the train frequently in London. While riding a train one day, she sees an extraordinary event that will change her life.

3. "The Rumor" by Elin Hilderbrand (Little, Brown): Hilderbrand's book is about the effects of gossip that threatens to tear the lives of two friends in Nantucket.

4. "Tom Clancy Under Fire" by Grant Blackwood (Putnam): This is the continuation of Jack Ryan Jr.'s story. Blackwood used to collaborate with Tom Clancy in writing these books. Unfortunately, Clancy died in 2013, leaving Blackwood to write the remaining stories of Jack Ryan Jr.

5. "Country" by Danielle Steele (Delacorte): This is about a woman who falls for a country music star after her husband suddenly dies.

The other books on the New York Times Top 10 list of best-selling combined print and e-book fiction include "The President's Shadow" by Brad Meltzer (No. 6); "The Martian" by Andy Weir (No. 7); "All The Light We Cannot See" by Anthony Doerr (No. 8); "Finders Keepers" by Stephen King (No. 9); and "In The Unlikely Event" by Judy Blume (No. 10).