The New York Times posts the best selling books of each week. With lots of new trailers for movies and new movies coming out, this has quite the impact. See for yourself which of these books you’d read or wouldn’t read!
The New York Times Top 10 Fiction for the week of Feb. 21, 2016:
1.Brotherhood in Death by J.D. Robb- a mystery involving a man, his disappearing cousin, and lots of secrets. Dennis’s detective wife and her friend, Lieutenant Eve, from previous J.D. Robb books, tries to figure out where Dennis’s cousin went and why he ran when confronted by Dennis.
2. Breakdown by Jonathan Kellerman- another mystery involving psychologist Alex Delaware. This is the 31st book with him in it- so it’s like a Nancy Drew type of series. It this particular book episode, Alex is reunited with the mother of a patient when a bizarre psychotic episode has her in his office again. The woman is later found dead with her child missing. More deaths occur in the neighborhood and its up to Alex to figure it out.
3. Me Before You by JoJo Moyes- A woman finds herself a job as an aid to a man who is paralyzed from the neck down. Little do either of them know is what’s in store for both of their hearts. This one will be coming out in theaters in June of this year!
4. The Choice by Nicholas Sparks- Travis gives up his bachelor lifestyle when he meets Gabby, his new neighbor. This is now in theaters!
5. NYPD Red 4 by James Patterson and Marshall Karp- NYPD Red has the job of protecting the rich and famous elite of Manhatten. When a vicious crime leaves red carpet goers stunned, NYPD Red has another crime to solve. This is the 4th book of the NYPD Red series.
6. My Name is Lucy Barton by Elizabeth Strout-Lucy Barton is in the hospital, recovering slowly after what was supposed to be one simple procedure. She hasn’t seen her mother in years until she comes to visit her in the hospital.
7. The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah- This book tells the story of two sisters during WWII and the struggles they face in love and survival in France.
8. The Girl on The Train by Paula Hawkings- Rachel is divorced, an alcoholic, and jut got fired from her job. She rides the train each day cruelly passing her ex husbands house. She focuses on the couple a few doors down from when she suddenly believes she’s witnessed the disappearance of the wife. This is coming out in theaters in October of this year!
9. Depraved Heart by Patricia Cornwell- Dr. Kay Scarpetta gets a strange message with a video of her niece she loved like a daughter. As she begins to learn terrifying secrets about her, she doesn’t know where to turn. Another thriller/mystery- it is the 23 in its mystery series.
10. Blue by Danielle Steel- On the anniversary of a terrible accident, Ginny Carter meets a neglected and abandoned 13-year-old boy named Blue and starts to form an unusual bond with him.
Do any of these sound interesting to you? Which books would you read first?