The Mid-Hudson Library System’s ‘Most Requested’
The following is a list of the most-requested books at your local libraries for the week ending Nov. 13:
(* = not yet available) Most Requested Fiction 1. The Whistler: John Grisham, Random House Inc.
2. Small Great Things:
Jodi Picoult, Ballantine Books
3. Night School: Lee Child, Random House Inc.
4. The Wrong Side of Goodbye: Michael Connelly, Little, Brown and Company
5. Turbo Twenty-Three:
Janet Evanovich, Rand House Inc.
6. Commonwealth: Ann
7. Cross the Line: James Patterson, Little, Brown and Company 8. Home: Harlan Coben, Dutton 9. A Man Called Ove:
Fredrik Backman, Atria Books
10. Two by Two: Nicholas Sparks, Grand Central
Publishing 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. Born to Run: Bruce Springsteen, Simon & Schuster
4. Filthy Rich — A Powerful Billionaire,The Sex
Scandal That Undid Him, and All The Justice That Money Can Buy, The Shocking True Story of Jeffrey Epstein: James Patterson, Little, Brown and Company
5. The Hidden Life of Trees — What They Feel, How They Communicate-Discoveries from a Secret World: Peter Wohlleben, Greystone Books
6. Cooking for Jeffrey: Ina Garten, Random House Inc.
7. Strangers in Their Own Land — Anger and Mourning
on the American Right: Arlie Russell Hochschild, Perseus Distribution Services
8. Designing Your Life — How to Build a WellLived, Joyful Life: Bill Burnett and Dave Evans, Alfred A. Knopf
9. Hitler — Ascent, 18891939: Volker Ullrich, translated from the German by Jefferson Chase, Random House Inc.
10. $2.00 a day — Living on Almost Nothing in America: Kathryn J. Edin and H. Luke Shaefer, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt