Most read fiction of 2016

2016 has come and gone, but we thought we’d take a look back at our patron’s most checked out adult fiction reads of the past year.  We know you read the top 10 during 2016; maybe to start off 2017 you’ll pick up one of the read-a-likes to your fave from last year.  Happy New Year, and Happy Reading!

1. Cross Justice by James Patterson
For more fast-paced thrillers and suspense, try:
Dark of the Moon by P.J. Parrish
The Cat Dancers by Peter Deutermann
The Terrorist Next Door by Sheldon Siegel

2. 15th Affair by Maxine Paetro & James Patterson
For more fast-paced, suspenseful mysteries, try:
The Face of Deception by Iris Johansen
As Time Goes By by Mary Higgins Clark
A Perfect Evil by Alex Kava

3. Rogue Lawyer by John Grisham
For more gritty legal thrillers, try:
Defending Jacob by William Landay
Bear is Broken by Lachlan SmithI
Bitterroot by James Lee Burke

4. NYPD Red 4 by James Patterson
For more fast-paced mysteries, try:
The Steel Kiss by Jeffery Deaver
Red Mist by Patricia Cornwell
Sixkill by Robert B. Parker

5. Fool Me Once by Harlan Coben
For more fast-paced thrillers and suspense, try:
Missing Pieces by Heather Gudenkauf
The Intruders by Michael Marshall
Lucid Intervals by Stuart Woods

6. Tricky twenty-two by Janet Evanovich
For more funny, upbeat mysteries, try:
What Looks Like Crazy by Charlotte Hughes
Heat Wave by Richard Castle
The Dangerous Edge of Things by Tina Whittle

7. The Last Mile by David Baldacci
For more complex thrillers, try:
The Bitter Season by Tami Hoag
Buried on Avenue B by Peter De Jonge
Find Her by Lisa Gardner

8. The Crossing by Michael Connelly
For more police procedure mysteries, try:
The Devotion of Suspect X by Keigo Higashino
The Keeper of Lost Causes by Jussi Adler-Olsen
The Blackhouse by Peter May

9. The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
For more psychological suspense, try:
The Widow by Fiona Barton
The Pocket Wife by Susan Crawford
Losing You by Nicci French

10. Private Paris by James Patterson & Mark Sullivan
For more fast-paced thrillers and suspense, try:
Pandora’s Legion by Harold Coyle
The Obsidian Chamber by Douglas Preston
No Mercy by John Gilstrap

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