Best selling Books in the US- Adult Non-Fiction- October 2020

Below, you will find a list of the best selling non-fiction book in the US and similar books to read in case the library’s hold list gets a bit long. Please be aware that any political/personal opinions or statements made in the following books represent the views of the respective authors and do not represent the Georgetown Public Library.

1. Rage by Bob Woodward

Based on 17 on-the-record interviews with President Trump and other reporting, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist details the president’s perspective on multiple crises.

Similar Books: The Fifth Risk by Michael Lewis, Siege by Michael Wolff and All the President’s Men by Carl Bernstein.

2. Blackout by Candace Owens

The conservative commentator makes her case that Black Americans should part ways with the Democratic Party.

Similar Books: Dark Money by Jane Meyer, Death of a Nation by Dinesh D’Souza and The Party is Over by Mike Lofgren.

3. Everything Beautiful in its Time by Jenna Bush Hager

Essays by the former first daughter and granddaughter celebrating the lives of her grandparents

Similar Books: The 9 of Us by Jean Kennedy Smith, The Rainbow Comes and Goes by Anderson Cooper and Blue Nights by Joan Didion.

4. Killing Crazy Horse by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard

The ninth book in the conservative commentator’s Killing series focuses on conflicts with Native Americans.

Similar Books: The Last Stand by Nathaniel Philbrick, The Earth is Weeping by Peter Cozzens and Unworthy Republic by Claudio Saunt.

5. Compromised by Peter Strzok

The former F.B.I. deputy assistant director of counterintelligence chronicles the investigation into Russia’s election interference and key moments from his career.

Similar Books: Hacks by Donna Brazile, True Crimes and Misdemeanors by Jeffery Toobin and Devil’s Bargain by Joshua Green.

6. Speaking for Myself by Sarah Huckabee Sanders

The former White House press secretary shares her perspective on her time working with President Trump.

Similar Books: The World as it Is by Benjamin J. Rhodes, Who Thought this was a Good Idea by Alyssa Mastromonaco and Shattered by Jonathan Allen.

7. Eat a Peach by David Chang and Gabe Ulla

A memoir by the chef and founder of Momofuku and the star of the Netflix series “Ugly Delicious.”

Similar Books: Buttermilk Graffiti by Edward Lee, Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain and Fresh off the Boat by Eddie Huang.

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Best Selling Books in the US and – Adult Fiction- October 2020

So, we at the Georgetown Public Library are always doing research into what books are the most popular in the country right now! Below, you will find the most books in the country for Adult Fiction. We’ve also listed the titles of similar books just in case you get stuck on a long hold list. Enjoy!!

1. The Evening and the Morning (Kingsbridge series prequel) by Ken Follett

In a prequel to “The Pillars of the Earth,” a boat builder, a Norman noblewoman and a monk live in England under attack by the Welsh and the Vikings.

Similar Books: Stormbird (War of the Roses series #1)by Conn Iggulden, The Princes of Ireland (Dublin Saga #1 by Edward Rutherford) and Son of Blood (Crusade series #1) by Jack Ludlow.

2. Troubled Blood (Cormoran series #5) by Robert Galbraith

The fifth book in the Cormoran Strike series. A decades-old cold case might be connected to a serial killer.

Similar Books: Whose Body? (Lord Peter Wimsey series #1) by Dorothy L. Sayers, The Last Detective (Peter Diamond series #1) by Peter Lovesey and The Good Son (J. McNee series #1) by Russel D. McLean.

3. Total Power (Mitch Rapp series #17) by Vince Flynn and Kyle Mills

When America’s power grid is shut down, Mitch Rapp goes after a cyber-terrorist.

Similar Books: The Bourne Identity (Jason Bourne series #1) by Robert Ludlam, Patriot Games (Jack Ryan series #1) by Tom Clancy and Eye of the Storm (Sean Dillon series #1) by Jack Higgins.

4, To Sleep in a Sea of Stars by Christopher Paolini

Kira Navárez might be the only one who can save the Earth and its colonies from being destroyed.

Similar Books: Ancestral Night by Elizabeth Bear, The Engines of God by Jack McDevitt and Pandora’s Star by Peter F. Hamilton.

5. Piranesi by Susanna Clarke

Another world is revealed as a man called the Other asks Piranesi for help with research into a Great and Secret Knowledge.

Similar Books: The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern, The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami and Slade House by David Mitchell.

6. One by One by Ruth Ware

An avalanche tests the bonds of coworkers from a London-based tech startup on a corporate retreat in the French Alps.

Similar Books: The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley, The Escape Room by Megan Goldin and The Kingdom by Jo Nesbo.

7. Anxious People by Fredrik Backman

A failed bank robber holds a group of strangers hostage at an apartment open house.

Similar Books: The 100-year-old Man who Climbed out the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson, The Summer Guests by Mary Alice Monroe and Nine Perfect Strangers by Lynn Moriarty.

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Announcement: Georgetown Public Library Open for Browsing By Appointment 2 Days a Week!! Please Read the Following for Rules and Procedures

While we at the Georgetown Public library want to provide all of our patrons with as many services as we can, we cannot in good conscience fully open our doors because we cannot be sure we could do so safely. We are still working things out, but here is what we have planned so far:

To schedule an appointment please call 302-856-7958.

– Appointments will be offered every Monday and Friday. 

– Masks will be required.

– There will be a touch-free temperature check at the door.

– The bathrooms will remain locked. 

– The appointments will be 45 minutes in length, during which time patrons will have the ability to browse for items or to use our computers for printing etc. 

– After every appointment, there will be a 15-minute interval so that the staff has a chance to sanitize all commonly touched surfaces.

– We do not have the staff or ability to sanitize all of our seating after every appointment and so there will be no open seating available. 

– We will not be receiving newspapers until further notice. It is not that we don’t want to keep the public up to date with current affairs, but as we will not have seating available there will be no place for anyone to sit and read a newspaper. 

– Children under 14 will not be allowed to make their own appointments. If you have a child under the age of 14 who needs access to the library for homework supplies etc, then a parent or guardian must make the appointment for them and accompany them.

– There will be no appointments offered from 12:15 PM -1:15 PM. 

– Schools will no longer be allowed to use the library as an after school drop off zone for children.

– If your child usually comes to the library after school to wait for a ride home, please make alternate arrangements as we are not equipped to handle the same amount of children in the building as last school year.

– Curbside pickup will still be running as it has the past months during the lockdown, and it will run with the same rules and procedures as before.

– Our Wi-Fi is still available from the parking lot.

We have never attempted something like this in the past, so this is all still a work in progress. As we work out the kinks of this new system some things may change so be sure to check our Facebook page as well as our website for additional information. We thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult time.

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Best Selling Books in the US Right Now- Juvenile Fiction- Middle School Level

Here’s a list of some of the best selling books in the US right now for Middle School range fiction!! I’ve done a bit of research and listed a few similar books you can look into just in case you get stuck on a hold list. Enjoy!!!

1- The One and Only Bob (The One and Only Ivan series #2) by Katherine Applegate

Bob sets out on a dangerous journey in search of his long-lost sister and along the way learns the true meaning of friendship and family.

Similar Books: A Dog’s Life by Ann M. Martin, Saving Marty by Paul Griffin and Beverly, Right Here by Kate DiCamillo.

2- The Complete Cookbook for Young Chefs by America’s Test Kitchen Kids

America’s Test Kitchen brings their hands on learning to kids! From breakfast to breads, from cookies to cake, learn to bake it all here. You can do this, and it’s fun!

Similar Books: Minecrafter’s Cookbook by Tara Theoharris, Kids Cook by Susan Westmoreland and Better Homes and Gardens New Junior Cookbook by Better Homes and Gardens and Jan Miller.

3- Refugee by Alan Gratz

Josef, a Jewish boy living in 1930s Nazi Germany; Isabel, a Cuban girl trying to escape the riots and unrest plaguing her country in 1994; and Mahmoud, a Syrian boy in 2015 whose homeland is torn apart by violence and destruction, embark on harrowing journeys in search of refuge, discovering shocking connections that tie their stories together.

Similar Books: Tropical Secrets by Margarita Engle, Resistance by Jennifer A. Nielson and The Day of the Pelican by Katherine Paterson.

4- Clean Getaway by Nic Stone

A middle schooler’s road trip with his grandmother gives him insight into American race relations past and present.

Similar Books: How to Avoid Extinction by Paul Acampora, How High the Moon by Karyn Parsons and A Good Kind of Trouble by Lisa Moore Ramee.

5- Dragonslayer (Wings of Fire: Legend series #2) by Tui T. Sutherland

In a world of dragons, the humans who scramble around underfoot are easy to overlook. Ivy, Leaf, and Wren will each cross paths with dragons in ways that could shape the destiny of both species. Is a new future possible for all of them where humans can look to the skies with hope instead of fear?

Similar Books: Sky Raiders (Five Kingdoms series #1) by Brandom Mull, Ruins of Gorlan (The Ranger’s Apprentice series #1) By John Flanagan and The Luchair Stones (Red Dragon Chronicles series #1) by  Isabel Ogilvie.

6- Look Both Ways by Jason Reynolds

A collection of ten short stories that all take place in the same day about kids walking home from school.

Similar Books: Harbor Me by Jacqueline Woodson, Flying Lessons and Other Stories by Ellen Oh and Save me a Seat by Sarah Weeks.

7- Little Leaders by Vashti Harrison

Based on her popular Instagram posts, debut author/illustrator Vashti Harrison shares the stories of 40 bold African American women who shaped history.

Similar Books: Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls by Elena Favilli, Talkin’ About Bessie by Nikk1 Grimes and Rad American Women A-Z by Kate Schatz.

8- Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid: Rowland Jefferson’s Journal (Rowland Jefferson Series #1) by Jeff Kinney

In his first journal, middle schooler Rowley Jefferson, Greg Heffley’s sidekick, records his experiences and misguided decision to write a biography of Greg, who, in his own mind, is destined to become rich and famous.

Similar Books: Diary of a Soccer Star by Shamini Flint, Just Jake by Jake Marcionette and The Loser List by Holly Kewitt.

9- Ghost Boys by Jewell Parker Rhodes

After seventh-grader Jerome is shot by a white police officer, he observes the aftermath of his death and meets the ghosts of other fallen black boys including historical figure Emmett Till.

Similar Books: Midnight without a Moon by Linda Williams Jackson, Trace by Pat Cummings and The Stars beneath Our Feet by David Barclay Moore.

10- The Girl who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill

An epic fantasy about a young girl raised by a witch, a swamp monster, and a Perfectly Tiny Dragon, who must unlock the powerful magic buried deep inside her.

Similar Books: Willa of the Wood by Robert Beatty, Snow & Rose by Emily Winfield Martin and When the Sea Turned to Silver by Grace Lin.

11- Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson

Brown Girl Dreaming is a 2014 adolescent novel told in poetic verse by author Jacqueline Woodson. It discusses the author’s childhood as an African American growing up in the 1960s in South Carolina and New York.

Similar Books: Full Cicada Moon by Marilyn Hilton, P.S. Be Eleven by Rita Williams-Garcia and Sahara Special by Esme Raji Codell.

12- Wish by Barbara O’Conner 

A story about a girl who, with the help of the dog of her dreams, discovers that family doesn’t always have to be related–they are simply people who love you for who you are.

Similar Books: Crenshaw by Katherine Applegate, Waiting for Normal by Leslie Connor and Lizzie Flying Solo by Nanci Turner Steveson.

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Best Selling Books in the US Right Now- Young Adult Fiction

I’ve done a bit of research and found the most popular books in the US for Young Adult Fiction! Some of these are relatively new so they might have long wait lists, so I have given a few similar books you can look into while you wait. Enjoy!

1- Hawk (Hawk series #1) by James Patterson

Ten years after Maximum Ride, a new hero emerges in a post-apocalyptic New York City.

Similar Books: The Set Up (The Medusa Project series #1) by Sophie McKenzie, Control (Control series #1) by Lydia Kang and The Rules (Project Paper Doll series #1) by Stacey Kade.

2- One of us is Lying by Karen M. McManus

For five students, a detour into detention ends in murder.

Similar Books: Little White Lies by Jennifer Barnes, Time Bomb by Joelle Charbonneau and People Like Us by Dana Mele.

3- The Damned (The Beautiful series #2) by Renée Ahdieh

In 19th century New Orleans, Sebastien Saint Germain, cursed and forever changed, and Celine, recovering from injuries sustained during a night she cannot remember, uncover the danger around them, including their love.

Similar Books: The Diviners (The Diviners series #1) by Libby Bray, The Vespertine (The Verpertine series #1) by Saundra Mitchell and Darker Still (Magic Most Foul series #1) by Leanna Renee Heiber.

4- I’m Not Dying with You Tonight by Kimberly Jones and Gilly Segal

This story is told from two viewpoints, Atlanta high school seniors Lena and Campbell, one black, one white, must rely on each other to survive after a football rivalry escalates into a riot.

Similar Books: How it Went Down by Kekla Magoon, Piecing Me Together by Renee Watson and Jumped by Rita Williams-Garcia.

5- Chain of Gold (The Last Hours series #1) by Cassandra Clare

Cordelia Carstairs, a Shadowhunter trained to battle demons, travels with her brother to London where they reconnect with childhood friends but soon must face devastating demon attacks in the quarantined city.

Similar Books: A Shadow Bright and Burning (Kingdom on Fire series #1) by Jessica Clueless, The Vicious Masks (The Vicious Masks series #1) by Tarun Shanker and The Clockwork Scarab (Stoker & Holmes series #1) by Colleen Gleason.

6- All American Boys by Jason Reynolds and Brendan Kiely

When sixteen-year-old Rashad is mistakenly accused of stealing, classmate Quinn witnesses his brutal beating at the hands of a police officer who happens to be the older brother of his best friend. Told through Rashad and Quinn’s alternating viewpoints.

Similar Books: Bronxwood by Coe Booth, Anger is a Gift by Mark Oshiro and I am Alphonso Jones by Tony Medina.

7- Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds

Driven by the secrets and vengeance that mark his street culture, 15-year-old Will contemplates over the course of 60 psychologically suspenseful seconds whether or not he is going to murder the person who killed his brother.

Similar Books: We’ll Fly Away by Bryan Bliss, Behind You by Jacqueline Woodson and Solo by Kwame Alexander.

8- The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo

A young girl in Harlem discovers slam poetry as a way to understand her mother’s religion and her own relationship to the world. Debut novel of renowned slam poet Elizabeth Acevedo.

Similar Books: The Disturbed Girl’s Dictionary by NoNieqa Ramos, Calling my Name by Liara Tamani and Bronx Masquerade by Nikki Grimes,

9- All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

When Theodore Finch and Violet Markey meet at school t’s the beginning of an unlikely relationship, a journey to discover the natural wonders of the state of Indiana, and two teens’ desperate desire to heal and save one another.

Similar Books: After the Fall by Kate Hart, Beautiful Mess by Claire Christian and Crash into Me by Albert Borris.

10- The Betrothed by Kiera Cass

When King Jameson declares his love for Lady Hollis Brite, Hollis is shocked and thrilled. Hollis soon realizes being queen may not be the happily ever after she thought.

Similar Books: Realm by Alexandra Weis, A Wicked Thing by Rhiannon Thomas and Forbidden by Kimberly Little.

11-Avatar, The Last Airbender: The Shadow of Kyoshi (The Kyoshi novels #1) by F.C. Yee

Kyoshi must stop a mysterious threat that emerges from the Spirit World.

Similar Books: Shadows of the Dark Crystal by J.M. Lee, Frostblood by Elly Blake and Seen Black Diamonds by Melissa Marr.

12- Dear Martin by Nic Stone

Writing letters to the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., seventeen-year-old college-bound Justyce McAllister struggles to face the reality of race relations today and how they are shaping him.

Similar Books: Rooftop by Paul Valponi, The Rock and the river by Kekla Magoon and This is where it Ends by Marieke Nijkamp

I will be posting another list covering the best selling books for Middle School Aged children, so be on the look out for that!

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Best Selling Books in the US- Adult Non-Fiction

As promised we have complied a list of the top selling adult non-fiction books on the market today, and a few similar titles you could look into if you happened to get stuck on a long hold list. ***Please note that any statements or opinions provided in the books listed below are solely those of the respective authors and do not represent the Georgetown Public Library***

1- The Room Where it Happened by John Bolton

The former national security advisor gives his account of the 17 months he spent working for President Trump.

Similar Books: The War Within by Bob Woodward, Facts and Fears by James R. Clapper and Understanding Trump by Newt Gingrich.

2- How to be an Anti-Racist by Ibram X. Kendi

This book is a primer for creating a more just and equitable society through identifying and opposing racism.

Similar Books: Tears we Cannot Stop by Michael Eric Dyson, Tell me Who You Are by Winonna Guo and The Souls of Yellow Folk by Wesley Yang.

3- White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo

Historical and cultural analyses on what causes defensive moves by white people and how this inhibits cross-racial dialogue.

Similar Books: Colorblind by Tim J. Wise, The Myth of Equality by Ken Wytsman and My Grandmother’s Hands by Resmaa Menakem.

4- Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow

The definitive biography of the first secretary of the treasury which inspired the Broadway musical Hamilton.

Similar Books: John Adams by David McCullough, Thomas Jefferson by Jon Meacham and Dr. Benjamin Rush by Harlow G. Unger.

5- Me and White Supremacy by Layla F. Saad

Ways to understand and possibly counteract white privilege.

Similar Books: Sing a Rhythm, Dance a Blues by Monique W. Morris, Please Stop Helping us by Jason L. Riley and Tell me who you are by Winona Guo.

6- Untamed by Glennon Doyle

The activist and public speaker describes her journey of listening to her inner voice.

Similar Books: Family Pictures by Jane Green, Make Trouble by Cecile Richards and Women Rowing North by Mary Bray Pipher.

7- So you Want to Talk about Race by Ijeoma Oluo

A look at the contemporary racial landscape of the United States

Similar Books: Talking to Strangers by Malcolm Gladwell, This Will be My Undoing by Morgan Jerkins and The Fire this Time by Jesmyn Ward.

8- The Color of the Law by Richard Rothstein

An examination of the ways in which the government caused residential segregation through racial zoning and other systemic practices.

Similar Books:  A More Beautiful and Terrible History by Jeanne Theoharis, Race for Profit by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor and Stony the Road by Henry Louis Gates.

9- Stamped from the Beginning by Ibram X. Kendi

Winner of the 2016 National Book Award for nonfiction. A look at anti-Black racist ideas and their effect on the course of American history.

Similar Books: Lies my Teacher Told me by James W. Loewen, The Lynching by Laurence Leamer and White Rage by Carol E. Anderson.

10- Begin Again by Eddie S. Glaude Jr

An appraisal of the life and work of James Baldwin and their meaning in relation to the Black Lives Matter movement and the Trump presidency.

Similar Books: A More Perfect Reunion by Calvin Baker, What the Truth Sounds Like by Michael Eric Dyson and Defining Moments in Black History by Dick Gregory.

11- Countdown 1945 by Chris Wallace and Mitch Weiss

This is the behind the scenes account of the secret meetings and events across the globe during the 116 days leading up to the world’s first use of the atomic bomb in wartime.

Similar Books: 140 Days to Hiroshima by David Dean Barrett, December 1941 by Craig Shirley and Fallout by Lesley Blume.

12- The Beauty in Breaking: A Memoir by Michele Harper

An emergency room physician explores how a life of service to others taught her how to heal herself.

Similar Books: Do No Harm by Henry Marsh, In Shock by Rana Awdish and (I Wasn’t Strong Like This When I Started Out) True Stories of Becoming A Nurse (written by various authors) edited by Lee Gutkind

13- Blitz by David Horowitz

This book provides a blueprint for how Trump could once again stun his competitors to maintain the presidency in 2020.

Similar Books: Trump’s Enemies: How the Deep State is Undermining the Presidency by Corey R. Lewandowski, Old school by Bill O’Reilly and The Case for Trump by Victor Davis Hanson

There will be more lists posted in the next week or two which cover Young Adult and Middle School level fiction! Stay tuned!!!

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Best Selling Books In the US Right Now- Adult Fiction

Hi there!!! It’s been a rough couple of months, but we wanted to let you all know that we have not stopped thinking about you!! Right now we’re attempting to develop procedures we can use to keep the public safe. Even though our doors are still closed, that doesn’t mean that we have given up or forgotten about you! Right now we’re still running curbside pickup for holds and those hours are Tuesday and Thursday from 10AM – 4PM and on Wednesdays from 12PM – 6PM. When we get your hold items into the library, we will call you to schedule a pickup time. When it is the time for your appointment, just pull into the parking lot and call us to let us know you are here. After we get you’re call we will bring your books out to you and place them in your trunk. Also, if you have books to turn in when you come please drive them to the book drop in the rear of the building. There is a sign on it saying that we are no longer accepting donations, but we are still accepting returns.

The Book Drop in the rear of the building is still open for returns.

If you’re looking for what to read next give these titles a gander!! I’ve compiled a list of the best selling books of the past few months! As with a lot of best sellers, many of these books have long hold lists, so I have also added the names of similar books you can read just in case you are stuck on a long wait list. The list below includes Best Selling Adult Fiction, but I will have more posts to follow exploring the best sellers in Adult Non-Fiction, Young Adult Fiction and a few others. Enjoy!!

1- The Vanishing Half by Britt Bennett

Twin sisters, inseparable as children, ultimately choose to live in two very different worlds, one black and one white.

Similar Books: We Cast a Shadow by Maurice Carlos Ruffin, A Kind of Freedom by Margaret Wilkerson Sexton and The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls by Anissa Gray.

2- 28 Summers by Erin Hilderbrand

A relationship that started in 1993 between Mallory Blessing and Jake McCloud comes to light while she is on her deathbed and his wife runs for president.

Similar Books: Crooked River Burning by Mark Winegardner, Secrets in Summer by Nancy Thayer and Six Years by Harland Coban.

3- Desolation Roads (Torpedo Ink Series #4) by Christine Feehan

When their enemies threaten the club’s existence and the ones they love, the members of the Torpedo Ink motorcycle club stir up the town of Sea Haven once again.

Similar Books: Raine Falling by Paula Marinaro (Hell’s Saints Motorcycle Series #1), Silver Bastard by Joanna Wilde (Silver Valley Series #1) and Ride Hard by Laura Kaye (Raven Riders series #1).

4- The Guest List by Lucy Foley

A wedding between a TV star and a magazine publisher on an island off the coast of Ireland turns deadly.

Similar Books: Sunburn by Laura Lippman, Go to my Grave by Catriona McPherson and Fatal by John T. Lescroart.

5- A Beautifully Foolish Endeavor by Hank Green

Mysterious books hint at what caused the untimely demise of April May and the sudden disappearance of robots known as the Carls.

Similar Books: Dark Matter by Blake Crouch, Purity by Jonathan Franzen and All Systems Red by Martha Wells.

6- Sex and Vanity by Kevin Kwan

A nod to “A Room With a View” in which Lucie Tang Churchill is torn between her white billionaire fiancé and a privileged hunk born in Hong Kong.

Similar Books: A Room with a View by E.M. Forster, Swingtime by Zadie Smith and In Five Years by Rebecca Serle.

7- Outsider by Linda Castillo (Kate Burkholder Series #12)

The 12th book in the Kate Burkholder series. A cop goes into hiding on an Amish widower’s farm while a killer lies in wait.

Similar Books: Till the Cows Come Home by Judy Clemens (Stella Crown Series #1), A Killing in the Hills by Julie Keller (Bell Alkins Series #1) and Blood of the Prodigal by P.L. Gaus (Ohio Amish Mystery Series #1).

8- Then she was Gone by Lisa Jewell

Ten years after her daughter disappears, a woman tries to get her life in order but remains haunted by unanswered questions.

Similar Books: The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold, All the Missing Girls by Megan Miranda and A Simple Favor by Darcey Bell.

9- The Lost and Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs

Natalie Harper takes over the care of her mother’s bookshop and her ailing grandfather.

Similar Books: How to Find Love in a Bookshop by Veronica Henry, Lost and Found Sisters by Jill Shalvis and Goodnight June by Sarah Jio.

10- Fair Warning (James McEvoy Series #3) by Michael Connelly

The third book in the Jack McEvoy series. A reporter tracks a killer who uses genetic data to pick his victims.

Similar Books: The Thief of All Light by Bernard Schaffer (Santero and Rein Series #1), The Silent Room by Marti Hannah (Matthew Ryan Series #1) and The Tin Collectors by Stephen J. Cannell (Shane Scully Series #1).

11- If It Bleeds by Stephen King

This book is a collection of novellas. The stories included are “Mr. Harrigan’s Phone,” “The Life of Chuck,” “Rat” and “If It Bleeds.”

Similar Books: Growing Things and other stories by Paul Tremblay, Full Throttle by Joe Hill and Wounds by Nathan Balligrud.

12- The Order (Gabriele Alon series #20) by Daniel Silva

The art restorer and spy cuts his family’s vacation short to investigate whether Pope Paul VII was murdered.

Similar Books: Charlie M (Charlie Muffin series #1) by Brian Freemantle, The Nostrodamus Traiter (Herbie Kruger series #1) by John Garner and The Innocent (Will Robie series #1) by Dave Baldacci.

13- Peace Talks (Dresden Files series #15) by Jim Butcher

Chicago’s only professional wizard tries to keep the peace during a summit of the Supernatural nations of the world.

Similar Books: The Devil You Know (Felix Castor series #1) by Mike Carey, Rivers of London (Rivers of London series #1) by Ben Aaronovitch and Altered Carbon (Takeshi Kovacs series #1) by Richard K. Morgan.

Stay tuned for more reading lists!! Hope to see you soon!!!

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Calandar of Virtual Events for Delaware Libraries

Even though the libraries are closed, there are still plenty of events which you can participate in from the comfort of home. Just click the link below to see all of the virtual events being offered!!

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Programs to Assist During Quarantine

We at the Georgetown Public library know that this virus has put many families under strain and has made it difficult to find everyday essentials.

We hope that the information provided in the image below will go to help you through this difficult time.

For more information on additional resources which are being offered through the SNAP program please refer to the news story provided below.

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Join Dolly Parton for Storytime!!!

Starting Thursday, April 2nd at 7PM Dolly Parton in association with her Imagination Library will be releasing episodes where she reads bedtime stories for children!!

Check the link below for the Facebook page for the Goodnight with Dolly event!!

If you’d like more information on the Imagination Library and the Goodnight with Dolly program check the link below.

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