Thriller Thursday (1/16/20)

Clues hidden in a small town’s decrepit mural, long-hidden secrets in an asylum, and a death at a glamorous European society party– all in this Thriller Thursday. BIG LIES IN A SMALL TOWN by Diane Chamberlain  A LibraryReads Hall of Famer and an Indie Next List pick! “This rich novel from Chamberlain (THE SILENT SISTER) […]

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AMERICAN DIRT is a January LibraryReads Pick + Diane Chamberlain Joins the Hall of Fame

You voted, they counted, and AMERICAN DIRT is officially a LibraryReads pick for January 2020! Plus, Diane Chamberlain joins the LibraryReads Hall of Fame with BIG LIES IN A SMALL TOWN! AMERICAN DIRT by Jeanine Cummins 4 starred reviews! “This extraordinary novel about unbreakable determination will move the reader to the core.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review […]

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Megan Goldin’s Debut THE ESCAPE ROOM is a July 2019 LibraryReads Pick + Linda Castillo Enters the Hall of Fame!

Megan Goldin’s Debut THE ESCAPE ROOM is a July 2019 LibraryReads Pick + Linda Castillo Enters the Hall of Fame!

Librarians know best! You’ve chosen Megan Goldin’s THE ESCAPE ROOM as a July 2019 LibraryReads pick! “This novel is pure entertainment… cancel all your plans and call in sick; once you start reading, you’ll be caught in your own escape room–the only key to freedom is turning the last page!”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review “Thriller fans […]

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Hip-Hip-Hooray for the May LibraryReads List!

Hip-Hip-Hooray for the May LibraryReads List!

According to librarians, May is the month for rom-coms, beach reads, and alchemical adventures! Check out the May LibraryReads list, featuring THREE Macmillan titles and a two-time Hall-of-Famer! THE FLATSHARE by Beth O’Leary “O’Leary’s debut is a sweet, quirky novel about two complete opposites falling for one another under the cutest of circumstances.”–Booklist RED, WHITE, […]

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Thriller Thursday (2/7/19)

Thriller Thursday (2/7/19)

A LibraryReads Pick and a Hall of Famer walk into a bar for this week’s chilling Thriller Thursday celebration. THE SILENT PATIENT by Alex MichaelidesA February 2019 LibraryReads Pick! A February 2019 Indie Next Pick! “This edgy, intricately plotted psychological thriller establishes Michaelides as a major player in the field.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review THE LOST […]

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Killing It! February 2019 LibraryReads List Edition

Killing It! February 2019 LibraryReads List Edition

FANTASTIC NEWS! Macmillan has FIVE February 2019 LibraryReads picks, including the highly coveted #1 spot, and a Hall of Famer! In the #1 spot:THE SILENT PATIENT by Alex Michaelides A February 2019 Indie Next List Pick! After shooting her husband in the face, Alicia Berenson takes a vow of silence. Theo Faber is a criminal […]

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Author Spotlight: Seanan McGuire

Author Spotlight: Seanan McGuire

When I think fantasy master, I think Seanan McGuire. This bestselling, Nebula, Alex, Locus, and Hugo Award-winning author solidifies her rockstar status with every book she publishes, and today we celebrate all things Seanan McGuire. Coming Soon: MIDDLEGAME Master storyteller Seanan McGuire introduces readers to an America run in the shadows by the Alchemical Congress, […]

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AN ANONYMOUS GIRL = January LibraryReads Pick! Seanan McGuire = Hall of Famer!

AN ANONYMOUS GIRL = January LibraryReads Pick! Seanan McGuire = Hall of Famer!

The votes are in, and you chose AN ANONYMOUS GIRL as a January LibraryReads pick! AN ANONYMOUS GIRL by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen Three starred reviews!  “For those who relished the creepy stalking in Hendricks and Pekkanen’s THE WIFE BETWEEN US, this unnerving tale will have them rethinking what secrets are safe to share and […]

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THE BEST BAD THINGS + NEWCOMER = November LibraryReads Picks! Penny + Moriarty = Hall of Famers!

THE BEST BAD THINGS + NEWCOMER = November LibraryReads Picks! Penny + Moriarty = Hall of Famers!

OH HAPPY DAY! Katrina Carrasco’s THE BEST BAD THINGS and Keigo Higashino’s NEWCOMER are November 2018 LibraryReads picks!  THE BEST BAD THINGS “Stellar… Carrasco succeeds in coupling a feminist historical that maintains period plausibility with an exploratory queer narrative rarely seen in the crime genre. Even readers uninterested in Alma’s identity journey will be impressed by […]

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