Recommended Reads


Top Most Checked Out & Requested Books in December
at Charlestown-Clark County Public Library

*new to the list this month

  1. Turbo Twenty-three – Janet Evanovich
  2. The whistler – John Grisham
  3. Two by two – Nicholas Sparks
  4. Cross the Line – James Patterson
  5. Night school – Lee Child
  6. No man’s land – David Baldacci
  7. Harry Potter and the cursed child, Parts I & II – Jack Thorne
  8. Wait for dark – Kay Hooper
  9. Never Never – James Patterson
  10. Right behind you – Lisa Gardner
  11. Small great things – Jodi Picoult
  12. The Sleeping Beauty Killer – Mary Higgins Clark
  13. The award – Danielle Steel
  14. Vicious circle – C.J. Box*
  15. Expecting to die – Lisa Jackson
  16. Kill or be killed – James Patterson
  17. Missing – James Patterson
  18. Rushing Water – Danielle Steel
  19. Bullseye – James Patterson
  20. Chaos – Patricia Cornwell*
  21. Crepe factor – Laura Childs*
  22. Gingerbread cookie murder – Joanne Fluke*
  23. Humans, bow down – James Patterson*
  24. When all the girls have gone – Jayne Ann Krentz
  25. Wyoming brave – Diana Palmer
  26. Blood vow – J.R. Ward*
  27. Curious minds – Janet Evanovich*
  28. Downfall – Judith Jance
  29. Drowning tides – Karen Harper*
  30. Eggnog murder – Leslie Meier
  31. Island of glass – Nora Roberts*
  32. Odessa Sea – Clive Cussler
  33. Sting – Sandra Brown
  34. The misletoe secret – Richard Paul Evans
  35. Home – Harlan Coben
  36. The jealous kind – James Lee Burke*
  37. The mistletoe secret – Richard Paul Evans*
  38. The wish – Beverly Lewis*
  39. The wrong side of goodbye – Michael Connelly*
  40. Tom Clancy: true faith and allengiance – Mark Greaney*
  41. A Christmas message – Anne Perry
  42. Escape Clause – John Sandford
  43. Ghost times two – Carolyn G. Hart
  44. Homemade Christmas – Gooseberry Patch* (NF)
  45. If not for you – Debbie Macomber*
  46. Slow cooker to the rescue – Gooseberry Patch
  47. Sting – Sandra Brown*
  48. The Girl on the train – Paula Hawkins
  49. The whole town’s talking – Fannie Flagg*
  50. Twelve days of Christmas – Debbie Macomber
  51. A man called Ove – Fredrik Backman
  52. A redbird Christmas – Fannie Flagg*
  53. Banana Cream pie murder – Joanne Fluke*
  54. Damaged – Lisa Scottoline*
  55. Devil in Spring – Lisa Kleypas*
  56. Hillbilly elegy – J.D. Vance (NF)
  57. Home – Harlan Coben*
  58. Make me love you – Johanna Lindsey*
  59. Revenge in a cold river – Anne Perry*
  60. Sunday kind of love – Dorothy Garlock*
  61. Taste of Home Christmas* (NF)
  62. The Christmas town – Donna VanLiere*
  63. The Flame Bearer – Bernard Cornwell*
  64. The devil’s triangle – Catherine Coulter*
  65. Without mercy – Jefferson Bass*
  66. A shoe addict’s Christmas – Elizabeth M. Harbison*
  67. Because it’s Christmas – Katherine Spencer*
  68. Below the belt – Stuart Woods*
  69. British manor murder – Leslie Meier*
  70. Broken Glass – V.C. Andrews
  71. Chocolate dreams – Helen Perelman*
  72. Christmas Caramel murder – Joanne Fluke
  73. Dangerous games – Danielle Steel*
  74. Darkest Journey – Heather Graham*
  75. Deadly fate – Heather Graham*
  76. Denim and lace – Diana Palmer*
  77. Egg drop dead – Laura Childs*
  78. Faithful – Alice Hoffman
  79. Filthy rich – James Patterson (NF)
  80. Fates and traitors – Jennifer Chiaverini*
  81. Gooseberry Patch Christmas book 16* (NF)
  82. Fire brand – Diana Palmer*
  83. Insidious – Catherine Coulter*
  84. Killer look – Linda A. Fairstein*
  85. Liar’s Key – Carla Neggers*
  86. Lies my teacher told me – James W. Loewen* (NF)
  87. Night watch – Iris Johansen
  88. Lost December – Richard Paul Evans*
  89. Power Game – Christine Feehan*
  90. Reckless creed – Alex Kava*
  91. Sun born – W. Michael Gear*
  92. The Black Book – James Patterson*
  93. The chemist – Stephenie Meyer
  94. The defense – Steve Cavanagh*
  95. The Cottage – Michael R. Phillips*
  96. The life she wants – Robyn Carr*
  97. The lost heir – Tui Sutherland*
  98. The obsession – Nora Roberts*
  99. The siren – Kiera Cass*

Staff Picks

Jen at Sellersburg:

Cool Doughs, Putties, Slimes, & Goops: Crafting Creative Toys & Amazing Games by Rebecca Felix
Do you like playing with squishy doughs and putties? Then, this book has something for you! Through the use of simple ingredients, the author walks the reader through making toys out of goop, slime, and putty. Whether these toys are scented, glow in the dark, or are strangely magnetic, they are sure to be a hit. Check out Cool Doughs, Putties, Slimes & Goops to and see what kinds of neat things you can create today!