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The September 2018 LibraryReads List

Librarians around the country have voted these 10 titles as the September 2018 LibraryReads list!

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The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle

by Stuart Turton

“Imagine the movie Groundhog Day except this time Aiden Bishop wakes up each day in a deteriorating manor house, as a different person, and must work out who he is and how he relates to everyone else at the party commemorating the long ago death of a child. If he can’t solve the murder that occurs at the party, he is doomed to continue the loop every eight days. A riveting page turner.” --Becky Bowen, Kenton County Public Library, Erlanger, KY

Sourcebooks, 2018.

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Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating

by Christina Lauren

“Hazel is the eccentric, exuberant friend who’ll make you fall in love with her, and she’s not interested in being ‘dateable.’ Josh is busy being a workaholic, trying to make a long distance relationship work, and not pursuing romance with anyone else. But when his sister’s best friend Hazel blows back into his life, he is powerless to resist her genuine joie de vivre. If you’re looking for your next perfect read after The Kiss Quotient, look no further! A lovely slow burn.” --Elizabeth Gabriel, Milwaukee Public Library, Milwaukee, WI

Gallery, 2018.

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Lies

by T.M. Logan

“When Joe unwittingly discovers that his wife has been having an affair with her friend’s husband, his life starts to unravel. It seems that her lover now wants Joe out of the picture. Follow the cat-and-mouse plot as it explodes with a shocking finish! Great fun for those readers who love a good psychological thriller.” --Paulette Brooks, Elm Grove Public Library, Elm Grove, WI

St. Martin's Press, 2018.

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Night and Silence

by Seanan McGuire

“Toby is back in this latest installment of the October Daye series. Still reeling and recovering from the events of the last book, Toby and company are laying low. When her human daughter goes missing (again), Toby embarks on a twisty-turny race against time to find her. A solid entry and good choice for libraries with a strong demand for fantasy and urban fantasy.” --Mei-Ling Thomas, Rochester Hills Public Library, Rochester, MI

DAW, 2018.

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Daughter of a Daughter of a Queen

by Sarah Bird

“A fascinating work of historical fiction about Cathay/Cathy Williams, a former slave turned Buffalo Soldier in post-Civil War America. Her raw and powerful story is sure to be popular with book clubs.” --Sarah Fetterman, Upper St. Clair Township Library, Upper St. Clair, PA

St. Martin's Press, 2018.

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Lake Success

by Gary Shteyngart

“Shteyngart delivers another painfully funny novel about ambition, disappointment, and the darker side of the American dream. For fans of witty, offbeat, satirical humor.” --Jennifer Alexander, St. Louis County Public Library, St. Louis, MO

Random House, 2018.

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The Dinner List

by Rebecca Serle

“If you could have dinner with any five people, living or dead, who would they be? On her thirtieth birthday, Sabrina finds herself at dinner with her best friend, her ex-fiance, her long lost father, her college mentor and Audrey Hepburn, all with something to say to her. A charming combination of magical realism and romance.” --Tracy Babiasz, Chapel Hill Public Library, Chapel Hill, NC

Flatiron Books, 2018.

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by Kate Atkinson

“In WWII era London, Juliet Armstrong is working as an espionage monitor for MI5. Ten years later she suddenly finds herself targeted by dangerous individuals from her past. For fans of smart, witty, suspenseful, historical or spy fiction and authors like Tana French, Laurie R. King, and John Le Carre.” --Janet Lockhart, Wake County Public Libraries, Cary, NC

Little, Brown and Company, 2018.

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When the Lights Go Out

by Mary Kubica

“After her mother’s death, Jessie is trying is trying to rebuild her life. In her way is her debilitating insomnia and a secret that shakes the core of her identity. Psychological suspense with an unreliable narrator. This one’s for you Gone Girl fans.” --Diane Gring, Chester County Library & District Center, Exton, PA

Park Row Books, 2018.

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Hitting the Books

by Jenn McKinlay

“McKinlay’s Lindsay Norris is back for another adventure in Briar Creek. As a fellow librarian, I appreciate her spot on observations of the library world. An upbeat cozy mystery with great characters and strong sense of place. For fans of the Aurora Teagarden mysteries and the Isabel Dalhousie mysteries.” --Carly Budzynski, Salem Public Library, Salem, VA

Berkley, 2018.

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