The Mid-Hud­son Li­brary Sys­tem’s ‘Most Re­quested’

Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) - - LIFE - The Mid-Hud­son Li­brary Sys­tem’s “Most Re­quested” is com­prised of in­for­ma­tion gath­ered from the sys­tem’s 66 mem­ber li­braries in Ul­ster, Dutchess, Greene, Columbia and Put­nam coun­ties. Look­ing for your next read? Visit http://mid­hud­ for-the-pub­lic/n

The fol­low­ing is a list of the most-re­quested books at your lo­cal li­braries for the week end­ing Sept. 25: (* = not yet avail­able)

Most Re­quested Fic­tion

1. The Un­der­ground Rail­road: Col­son White­head, Dou­ble­day

2. A Great Reck­on­ing:

Louise Penny, St. Martins Press

3. Truly Madly Guilty: Liane Mo­ri­arty, Flat­iron Books

4. Com­mon­wealth, Ann Patch­ett, Harper 5. Harry Pot­ter and the Cursed Child. Parts One and Two, based on an orig­i­nal new story by J.K. Rowl­ing: John Tif­fany & Jack Thorne; a new play by Jack Thorne, Arthur A. Levine Books 6. Home: Har­lan Coben, Dut­ton 7. A Man Called Ove:

Fredrik Back­man, Atria Books

8. The Woman in Cabin 10:

Ruth Ware, Scout Press

9. Woman of God: James Pat­ter­son and Max­ine

Paetro, Lit­tle, Brown and Com­pany

10. Bulls­eye: James Pat­ter­son and Michael Led­widge, Lit­tle, Brown and Com­pany

Most Re­quested Non­fic­tion

1. Hill­billy Elegy — A Mem­oir of a Fam­ily and Cul­ture in Cri­sis: J.D. Vance, Harper 2. Killing the Ris­ing Sun — How Amer­ica Van­quished World War II Ja­pan: Bill O’Reilly and Martin Du­gard, Henry Holt & Com­pany

3. The Girl with the Lower Back Tat­too: Amy Schumer, Gallery Books

4. Born to Run, Bruce Spring­steen: Si­mon &


5. White Trash — The 400-year Un­told His­tory of Class in Amer­ica: Nancy Isen­berg, Vik­ing

6. Cri­sis of Char­ac­ter — A White House Se­cret Ser­vice Of­fi­cer Dis­closes His First­hand Ex­pe­ri­ence With Hil­lary, Bill, and How They Op­er­ate: Gary J. Byrne, Grand Cen­tral Pub­lish­ing

7. The Hid­den Life of Trees

— They What Com­mu­ni­cateThey Feel, How— Dis­cov­er­ies from a Se­cret World: Peter Wohlleben, Grey­stone Books

8. The Year of Vot­ing Dan­ger­ously — The Derange­ment of Amer­i­can Pol­i­tics: Mau­reen Dowd, Twelve

9. Blood in the Water — The At­tica Prison Up­ris­ing of 1971 and its Legacy: Heather Ann Thomp­son, Pan­theon

10. Amer­i­can Heiress — The Wild Saga of the Kid­nap­ping, Crimes and Trial of Patty Hearst: Jeffrey Toobin, Dou­ble­day

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