Summer Reads

A lazy summer day is perfect for catching up on a book you may have missed. These popular novels are available to borrow from the Lititz Public Library.

All Grown UpAll Grown Up by Jami Attenberg
Hiding the truth about her unhappiness from everyone, a woman reevaluates the strength of family in the wake of her newborn niece’s heartbreaking ailment.

Where it Hurts by Reed Farrel Coleman
After agreeing to help an ex-con, a former cop discovers everyone involved with a man who was murdered has something to hide.

The Antiques by Kris D’Agostino
The troubled family of a deceased upstate New York antique store owner reunites to sell his beloved heirloom painting and discover their real fortunes lie elsewhere.

The Second Life of Nick Mason by Steve Hamilton
Reprieved from a long prison term in exchange for committing dangerous crimes on behalf of a criminal kingpin, a man fights to go straight and reclaim his family.

Redemption Road : A NovelRedemption Road by John Hart
A recently suspended cop struggles to keep her badge and stop an innocent man from being sent back to jail.

Love You Dead by Peter James
Dreaming of wealth, a woman marries for money but discovers getting rid of her husband after the nuptials is a problem.

News of the World by Paulette Jiles
In the aftermath of the Civil War, an aging itinerate newsreader agrees to transport a young captive of the Kiowa back to her family in San Antonio.

My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella
Fired from her dream job in London, a woman helps her stepmother turn the family farm into an upscale resort and begins to rethink her assumptions about family and love.

On Turpentine LaneOn Turpentine Lane by Elinor Lipman
A woman, who returned to the peaceful life of her hometown, finds mysterious artifacts in the attic of her new house.

Palace of Treason by Jason Matthews
An agent for the Russian Intelligence Service despises the men she serves and decides to work for the CIA.

Don’t Turn Out the Lights by Bernard Minier
A radio host isn’t sure what to make of an anonymous suicide note she finds in her mailbox.

Small Admissions by Amy Poeppel
A young woman is unexpectedly thrust into the cutthroat world of New York City private school admissions as she attempts to understand city life, human nature and falling in love.

The Fall of Lisa BellowThe Fall of Lisa Bellow by Susan Perabo
When her daughter is left behind after a masked man kidnaps the most popular girl in the eighth grade class, a mother is torn between relief and helplessness over her inability to protect or comfort her daughter.

Cold Barrel Zero by Matthew Quirk
A former combat medic’s vacation is interrupted when the FBI charge him with the use of weapons of mass destruction, a case of mistaken identity that leads him to the very man the government seeks.

Maybe in Another Life by Taylor Jenkins Reid
While visiting a childhood friend, an aimless woman faces the choice of two paths in life when she runs into her high school boyfriend.

Suzy’s Case by Andy Siegel
A high-profile criminal lawyer, known for his unsavory clients, takes over a long-pending lawsuit representing a tragically brain-damaged child.

Mothering Sunday : A RomanceMothering Sunday by Graham Swift
Unexpected events mark the life of a young woman, orphaned at birth and working as a maid at an English country estate.

The Hating Game by Sally Thorne
Adversarial executive assistants in a publishing company are up for the same promotion.

London Rain by Nicola Upson
A writer and amateur sleuth in 1930s London unravels a web of betrayal, jealousy and long-held secrets when a BBC newsman is shot.

May 26, 2017