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 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

Patchett, Harper

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

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