The January list of librarian favorites includes new gothic fiction, psychological suspense, a heartwarming family saga and a retelling of Pride and Prejudice set in Pakistan. Find out more about each selection - and place holds - by clicking the title to visit our catalog, and see the LibraryReads website to read brief reviews submitted by librarians from across the country. (The January 2019 list also includes titles from December 2018.)
- Once Upon a River by Diane Setterfield
A wonderfully dark and mysterious read for gothic fiction lovers.
- My Favorite Half-Night Stand by Christina Lauren
A delightful contemporary rom-com.
- Watching You by Lisa Jewell
In an upscale neighborhood, everyone knows everyone and someone is always watching.
- An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen
A psychological thriller with a compelling narrator that will keep you reading long into the night.
- The Au Pair by Emma Rous
For fans of compelling suspense novels and family secrets.
- The Red Address Book by Sofia Lundberg
A ninety-six-year-old woman reflects on her life, paging through a long-kept address book.
- The Dreamers by Karen Thompson Walker
A virus causes victims to fall into a deep sleep from which they cannot wake up.
- Unmarriageable by Soniah Kamal
A retelling of Pride and Prejudice set in modern-day Pakistan.
- The Current by Tim Johnston
A drowning causes small-town secrets to resurface.
- The Suspect by Fiona Barton
A reporter pursues the story of two missing 18-year-olds, but the suspect is the reporter’s son.
Which one will you read first? If you need help placing a hold with your Chandler Public Library card, give us a call at 480-782-2800.