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2014 Great Reads You May Have Missed

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bookstackIt’s hard to believe that another year is upon us. I had a bit of a reading slump at the end of 2014 so I know I missed a lot of great titles. How about you? Did you finish your reading list in 2014? If you did, lucky you, but just in case here are a few titles you may have missed. Stop by the Warrenton central library where a display showcases some of these titles. For even more reading suggestions, visit What to Read-Adults or stop by any of our locations and speak with a librarian.

All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

All Our Names by Dinaw Mengestu

The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher by Hilary Mantel

The blazing World, a Novel by Siri Hustvedt

Boy, Snow, Bird  a Novel by Helen Oyeyemi

The Book of Unknown Americans by Cristina Henrizquez

The Children Act by Ian McEwan

China Dolls by Lisa See

Close your Eyes, Hold Hands by Chris Bohjalian

Dust by Yvonne Adhiambo owuor

Frog Music by Emma Donoghue

In the Night of Time by Antonio Munoz Molina

Lovers at the Chamelon Club, Paris 1932 by Francine Prose

Love and Treasure by Ayelet Walman

Nora Webster: a Novel by Colm Toibin

Panic in a Suitcase by Yelene Akhtiorskaya

Redeployment by Phil Kay

Revival by Stephen King

Some Luck by Jane Smiley

The Temporary Gentleman by Sebastian Barry

Thunderstruck & other stories by Elizabeth McCracken

To rise again at a decent hour by Joshua Ferris

Under the Wide and Starry Sky by Nancy Horan

The Vacationers by Emma Straub

We are all Completely Besides Ourselves by Karen Joy Fowler

We are not Ourselves: a Novel by Matthew Thomas

Titles are compiled from Amazons top 50 and the Washington Post and New York Times Bestsellers Lists.

Happy Reading in 2015!

Looking for more book lists and staff suggestions? Stop by the reference desk at your local library. Online best seller lists published prior to January 2015 are available here.

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