A lucky number leads to great reading with a novel from the Lititz Public Library.
The One I Left Behind by Jennifer McMahon
Twenty-five years after her mother disappeared, the supposed victim of a serial killer, a successful architect confronts personal ghosts when she gets word that her mother is alive.
The Two Week Wait by Sarah Rayner
A single woman who can’t imagine a future without children meets an infertile couple longing for a family.
The Three-Day Affair by Michael Kardos
A guys’ golf weekend turns into three days of psychological terror and danger for four former college friends.
The Four Corners of the Sky by Michael Malone
When her wayward father sends an urgent message for help, a daredevil pilot upends her life to find him and a missing gem-encrusted statue.
Five Miles South of Peculiar by Angela Hunt
A woman who has built a life centered in her family’s timeless southern town, feels threated when her glamorous twin and troubled younger sister return home.
Six Mile Creek by Richard Helms
A former Atlanta police officer, who returns to his racially tense childhood home as Chief of Police, gets his first murder case when the body of a young Mexican girl turns up on the banks of a creek.
Seven Year Switch by Claire Cook
After being left alone to raise her young daughter for seven years, a young mother’s ex-husband re-enters her life, asking for forgiveness.
Eight Million Ways to Die by Lawrence Block
Tormented by the slaying of a woman who turned to him for help just before her death, a cop-turned-private eye begins an investigation into her past that reveals secrets that could be deadly.
Revolution No. 9 by Neil Mcmahon
Abducted by the followers of a paramilitary sociopath responsible for a series of high-profile murders, a doctor is hidden within a backwoods community and forced to care for his captor’s dangerously ill son.
The Ten-Year Nap by Meg Wolitzer
Ten years after leaving high-power jobs to raise their children, four New York friends enter their forties struggling with the differences between their past ideals and their present realities.
The Eleventh Man by Ivan Doig
Two years after his university football team enjoyed a record-breaking season, a young WWII soldier is asked to chronicle the wartime adventures of his teammates for newspapers across the country.
The Twelve Tribes of Hattie by Ayana Mathis
The life story of a woman, who fled Georgia in 1923 hoping to build a better life in Philadelphia, is told through the dreams and legacies of her children, her twelve tribes.
13 Million Dollar Pop by David Levien
With his business going under and about to become a first-time father, a reluctant private investigator takes a corporate security job guarding a business tycoon.
Fearless Fourteen by Janet Evanovich
A bounty hunter becomes entangled in an adventure involving stolen money rumored to be buried near her boyfriend’s home.
15 Seconds by Andrew Gross
After an apparent random act of violence leads to the death of two people, a successful surgeon is accused of murder and sets out to discover who is trying to set him up.
Originally published on May 3, 2013 in the Lititz Record Express.