Best Seller Read-alikes

Looking for great reads similar to your favorite bestsellers? Try these read-alikes from the Lititz Public Library.

The Rooster Bar by John Grisham
Three friends who borrowed heavily to pay for law school realize a shady hedge-fund operator who owns the chain of for-profit law schools has swindled them and they decide to do something about the scam.
Need to KnowNeed to Know by Fern Michaels
When a tightknit group of friends discovers a dear friend has been betrayed by her unscrupulous lawyer, they prepare a creative payback.
Exposed by Lisa Scottoline
An epic battle of wills ensues when law firm partners take opposite sides in the case of a sales representative who was wrongly fired by his company.
Testimony by Scott Turow
A defense attorney is asked to examine the unsolved disappearance of an entire Kosovo refugee camp, an investigation that leads to suspects ranging from Serb paramilitaries to the US government.


End Game by David Baldacci
A government agent fears the worst when he returns from a mission and discovers his boss has vanished.
Rules of DeceptionRules of Deception by Christopher Reich
After his wife is killed climbing in the Swiss Alps, a mountaineer and surgeon receives a suspicious envelope with two baggage-claim tickets.
The Kill Artist by Daniel Silva
A former Israeli agent is called back into service to prevent a plot to destroy peace negotiations in the Middle East.
Rain Fall by Barry Eisler
An alienated loner, working as a hired assassin in Tokyo, becomes the target of a former nemesis who is now the CIA station chief.


Hardcore Twenty-Four by Janet Evanovich
Events take a dark turn for a New Jersey bounty hunter when headless bodies start appearing across town.
The Dangerous Edge of ThingsThe Dangerous Edge of Things by Tina Whittle
Potential suspects abound when the new owner of a gun shop finds a murdered corpse in her brother’s driveway.
The Bughouse Affair by Marcia Muller
In 1890s San Francisco, a former Pinkerton operative and an ex-Secret Service agent tackle two seemingly unrelated cases that are complicated by the interference of Sherlock Holmes.
Faces of the Gone by Brad Parks
An investigative reporter is determined to uncover the true story of four bodies stacked like cordwood in a weed-choked vacant lot.


Two Kinds of Truth by Michael Connelly
A former LAPD officer who volunteers to work on cold cases for the San Fernando police is confronted by an old case when a long-imprisoned killer claims he was framed and has new evidence to prove it.
The Devotion of Suspect XThe Devotion of Suspect X by Keigo Higashino
When a desperate woman kills her abusive ex-husband, her next-door neighbor offers his help to dispose of the body and plot a cover-up story.
The Keeper of Lost Causes by Jussi Adler-Olsen
A detective recovering from what he thought was a career-destroying gunshot wound is relegated to cold cases and becomes immersed in the five-year disappearance of a politician.
The Blackhouse by Peter May
When a grisly murder occurs on a Scottish island, an Edinburgh detective faces his past to determine if the killing is connected to another that took place on the mainland.


A Column Of Fire by Ken Follett
The fifty-year love affair between a man in service to Queen Elizabeth I and a woman on the opposing side of England’s religious divide is challenged by violent ideological power shifts, torn loyalties and the Queen’s circle of spies.
The Princes of Ireland : The Dublin SagaThe Princes of Ireland by Edward Rutherfurd
Interlocking stories and a memorable cast of characters convey the passions and struggles that shaped Dublin and portray the major events in Irish history.
The Other Queen by Philippa Gregory
Fleeing rebels in Scotland, Mary, Queen of Scots is imprisoned as a guest of a newly married couple seeking advantage in the cutthroat world of the Elizabethan court and their home becomes a hotbed of intrigue and rebellion.
The Dark Lady’s Mask by Mary Sharratt
Disguising herself as a man to escape a loveless marriage, an aspiring writer falls in love and runs away with a ragged poet named Shakespeare.

February 9, 2018