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Next Month’s Bestsellers: Place Your Holds Now!

Dec 12, 2018 | Books

Winter. Even typing the word makes one grimace a bit: the snow, the bitter cold, the comically long amount of time it takes to get yourself out of the house in the morning, what with socks, boots, gloves, scarves, hats…and did we mention the snow?!

But there is something that we’ve found helps on a cold night, even just a little: cozying up with a hot chocolate, fleece blanket, and a new book, and January 2019 has several new books bound to make it onto your reading list. Below is a look at some of the sure-to-be bestsellers; click on each title to login to your library account and place a hold. Happy Reading!

Liar Liar, by James Patterson and Candice Fox

Detective Harriet Blue is on the run, hoping to make her sworn enemy pay for killing her brother.

Turning Point, by Danielle Steel

Four trauma doctors are given the opportunity to work in Paris in a mass-casualty training program, and when a horrific event occurs, they are forced to make impossible decisions.

The House Next Door, by James Patterson

A collection of three thrillers in one; in the title tale, a woman goes to lunch with her neighbor and has a dawning realization that he’s not what he seems.

The New Iberia Blues, by James Lee Burke

A woman’s gruesome death leads Detective Dave Robicheaux to both the dark side of Hollywood and the backwoods of Louisiana in this gripping mystery.

Untouchable, by Jayne Ann Krentz

An FBI consultant drawn to cold cases takes a turn for the dark, and his only solace, his meditation therapist, may not be able to help him after a particularly grisly crime.

An Anonymous Girl, by Greer HendricksĀ 

After Jessica signs up to participate in a study on ethics and morality, she finds herself the subject of manipulative experiments.

The Best of Us, by Robyn Carr

Leigh invites her Aunt Helen to visit her in Sullivan’s Crossing, and Helen is surprised to find herself falling in love.

Daughter of War, by Brad Taylor

Pike Logan and Jennifer Cahill come to terms with a conspiracy involving North Korea, Syria, and the United States, where nothing is as it seems.

Crucible, by James RollinsĀ 

Commissioner Gray Pierce is desperate to solve a crime…but the only witness is in a semi-comatose state.

Judgment, by Joseph Finder

A powerful judge, rumored to be considered for the federal circuit, has a one-night stand and soon realizes she was entrapped by a man associated with one of the cases she is presiding over.