It’s my favorite time of the year – a roundup of all the most checked out books of 2020. I love seeing what others were reading and books that may have slipped through the cracks for me. Check them out below, and our in-person library display.
A Minute to Midnight by David Baldacci
FBI Agent Atlee Pine returns to her Georgia hometown to investigate her twin sister’s abduction, only to encounter a serial killer in this #1 New York Times bestselling thriller.
Blue Moon by Lee Child
Jack Reacher comes to the aid of an elderly couple . . . and confronts his most dangerous opponents yet.
Moral Compass by Danielle Steel
At an elite private school in Massachusetts, a wide circle of lives will be forever changed by a devastating series of events in Danielle Steel’s riveting new novel.
Child’s Play by Danielle Steel
The lessons our children teach us are the hardest ones. What do we do when our children don’t pursue our hopes for them? In this riveting new novel, Danielle Steel explores how families can evolve and grow in unexpected ways.
Big Lies in a Small Town by Diane Chamberlain
From New York Times bestselling author Diane Chamberlain comes a novel of chilling intrigue, a decades-old disappearance, and one woman’s quest to find the truth…
A Long Petal of the Sea by Isabel Allende
From the author of The House of the Spirits, this epic novel spanning decades and crossing continents follows two young people as they flee the aftermath of the Spanish Civil War in search of a place to call home.
Tom Clancy Code of Honor by Marc Cameron
As President of the United States, Jack Ryan has faced many challenges, but none have been as personal as this and never has he been this helpless in the face of evil in the latest entry in Tom Clancy’s #1 New York Times bestselling series.
Spy by Danielle Steel
A young woman is caught up in a dangerous double life on behalf of her country during World War II in Danielle Steel’s thrilling new novel.
Soups : Over 100 Internationally Inspired Soups and Stews by Derek Bissonnette
The world contains countless cuisines, techniques, and ingredients. But there is one thing that bonds them all — every single culture has some form of soup.
-Katie , Head of Adult Services & Acquisitions