What did you read In 2017?

Top 10 Checkouts: 2017

  1. A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman
  2. Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty
  3. Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline
  4. The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
  5. See Me by Nicholas Sparks
  6. The Whistler by John Grisham
  7. Finders Keepers by Stephen King
  8. The Light Between Oceans by M. L. Stedman
  9. Misery by Stephen King
  10. A Great Reckoning by Louise Penny

A grumpy yet loveable man finds his solitary world turned on its head when a boisterous young family moves in next door.

Big Little Lies is a brilliant take on ex-husbands and second wives, mothers and daughters, schoolyard scandal, and the dangerous little lies we tell ourselves just to the survive.

A captivating story of two very different women who build an unexpected friendship: a 91-year-old woman with a hidden past as an orphan-train rider and the teenage girl whose own troubled adolescence leads her to seek answers to questions no one has ever thought to ask.

A psychological thriller, with an unreliable narrator and a shocking moment glimpsed from a train.

A story about love and second chances. Rich in emotion and fueled with suspense, SEE ME reminds us that love is sometimes forged in the crises that threaten to shatter us . . . and that those who see us for who we truly are may not always be the ones easiest to recognize.

A previously disbarred lawyer is back in business, and he claims to know of a Florida judge who has stolen more money than all other crooked judges combined. And not just crooked judges in Florida. All judges, from all states, and throughout United States history. And now he wants to put a stop to it. His only client is a person who knows the truth and wants to blow the whistle and collect millions under Florida law.

A masterful, intensely suspenseful novel about a reader whose obsession with a reclusive writer goes much too far—the #1 New York Times bestseller about the power of storytelling, starring the same trio of unlikely and winning heroes Stephen King introduced in Mr. Mercedes.

To an isolated island, where the supply boat comes once a season, Tom Sherbourne brings a young, bold, and loving wife, Isabel. Years later, after two miscarriages and one stillbirth, the grieving Isabel hears a baby’s cries on the wind. A boat has washed up onshore carrying a dead man and a living baby. Their choice to keep the baby reverberates through the novel.

A famous novelist held hostage by his “number one fan” and suffering a frightening case of writer’s block—that could prove fatal.

When an intricate old map is found stuffed into the walls of the bistro in Three Pines, it at first seems no more than a curiosity. But the closer the villagers look, the stranger it becomes.