River by Peter Heller

Best friends, Wynn and Jack, decide to take a much talked about vacation canoeing the rivers and lakes connected to Hudson Bay. Their vacation takes a dark turn when they spot a forest fire traveling fast, their way. In an effort to warn other folks camping in the area, they are drawn into a dark fight for their lives and the life of a women they have rescued.   
Heller creates suspense and tension in his new novel that will keep you turning the pages. I recommend this book!

Smiling Man by Joseph Knox

Young detective Aiden Waits tries to redeem his reputation by solving the case of the Smiling Man, a body found in an empty hotel. All the while he is drawn back to memories of his traumatic childhood as a criminal from his past reappears.
A fast paced, complex English mystery.

LibraryReads List January 2019

January 2019 LibraryReads Don’t miss the January 2019 Hall of Fame Winners! Scroll down or visit the Hall of Fame page. Once Upon a River: A Novel by Diane Setterfield Published: 12/4/2018 by Atria/Emily Bestler Books
ISBN: 9780743298070 “A wonderfully dark and mysterious read. Something happens one stormy winter solstice evening that triggers a chain of events that changes the lives of all the main characters. Moody and mystical. For readers who love gothic fiction like The Death of Mrs. Westaway and The Clockmaker’s Daughter. ” Melanie Liechty, Logan Library, Logan, UT An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen Published: 1/8/2019 by St. Martin’s Press
ISBN: 9781250133731 “Struggling to stay afloat with a job as a makeup artist, Jessica signs up for a study, thinking she will earn some easy money. After the first two parts of the study, she gets invited to the professor’s house for more questions and more compensation. Fans of psychological thrillers won’t want to miss…

Once Upon a River by Diane Setterfield

This story takes place in a village on the Thames in the late 1800's. The Swan, the village tavern that is known for storytelling, has quite a story to tell after a man stumbles in one rainy night after pulling a child from the river. Who is this child, where did she come from and who does she belong to? Three families have hope that the child belongs to them. Others are drawn to her and all have their own and differing reasons and stories to tell. Many have a feeling that, "something is about to happen". With vivid village characters and a solid sense of place this is a very good story indeed!

LibraryReads List November 2018

Announcing the
November 2018

LibraryReads list!
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November's LibraryReads Favorite is: My Sister, the Serial Killer
A Novel
by Oyinkan Braithwaite