ICPL Best of 2012-Fiction

by on December 23rd, 2012
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Drum roll please. Which Fiction books do Library staff recommend?

Spy stories, thrillers, historical fiction, families, suspense, drama, and even a mystery that somehow escaped from that list.  Hippies, baseball, horse racing, mercenaries, journeys, friendship, and J.K. Rowling sans Harry Potter.

These books also represent many formats including regular print, large print, spoken word, eBook and eAudio. A great book in the format of your choice. There is something for everyone here.

A Hundred Flowers Gail Tsukiyama
Afterwards Rosamund Lupton
Alys, Always Harriet Lane
Arcadia Lauren Groff
Art of Fielding Chad Harbach
Bloodland Alan Glynn
Casual Vacancy J K Rowling
Confession Charles Todd
Derby Day D J Taylor
Double Game Dan Fesperman
Expats Chris Pavone
Flight of Gemma Hardy Margot Livesey
Heading out to Wonderful Robert Goolrick
HHhH Laurent Binet
Home Toni Morrison
House I Loved Tatiana De Rosnay
Mirage Matt Ruff
One Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared Jonas Jonasson
Red Book Deborah Copaken Kogan
Round House Louise Erdrich
St. Zita Society Ruth Rendell
Telegraph Avenue Michael Chabon
Tell the Wolves I’m Home Carol Rifka Brunt
Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry Rachel Joyce
Up Jumps the Devil Michael Poore


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