Today has been incredibly hot, and tomorrow is going to be more of the same. Days like this, everyone tries to stay cool. Libraries are the coolest places in town. No pun intended, stay here long enough and you’ll notice. Even if you are quickly in and out, picking up a book can help you get your mind off the heat. 
Of course, summer reads can mean different things for different people. Here are a few new bestsellers that try to cover everyone’s definition of a summer read: 
New Bestsellers: 
Stolen Life: A memoir - Jaycee Dugard (Link to Catalog)
Moving, Candid Autobiography.The author describes how she was held hostage for eighteen years by registered sex offender Phillip Garrido, who sexually abused her and fathered her two children, and how she was finally found by authorities. (Goodreads Reviews)
Dance With Dragons - George R.R. Martin (Link to Catalog)
Character-driven and World-building Epic Fantasy. New threats emerge to endanger the future of the Seven Kingdoms, as Daenerys Targaryen, ruling in the East, fights off a multitude of enemies, while Jon Snow, Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch, faces his foes both in the Watch and beyond the great Wallof ice and stone. (Goodreads Reviews)
Then Came You - Jennifer Weiner (Link to Catalog)
Dramatic novel about Women’s Lives.The plans of four women—including a Princeton senior egg donor, a working-class housewife egg donor, a wealthy pregnant woman and her stepdaughter—are thrown into turmoil when the pregnant woman’s husband suddenly dies and names the stepdaughter the unborn baby’s guardian. (Goodreads Reviews)
Quinn - Iris Johansen (Link to Catalog)
Fast-Paced Dramatic Suspense.Navy SEAL-turned-cop Joe Quinn is at the mercy of Eve Duncan’s former lover, John Gallo, who plays a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse with CIA agent Catherine Ling, as Joe and Eve make a shocking discovery about the abduction of Eve’s daughter. (Goodreads Reviews)

Today has been incredibly hot, and tomorrow is going to be more of the same. Days like this, everyone tries to stay cool. Libraries are the coolest places in town. No pun intended, stay here long enough and you’ll notice. Even if you are quickly in and out, picking up a book can help you get your mind off the heat. 

Of course, summer reads can mean different things for different people. Here are a few new bestsellers that try to cover everyone’s definition of a summer read: 

New Bestsellers: 

Stolen Life: A memoir - Jaycee Dugard (Link to Catalog)

Moving, Candid Autobiography.The author describes how she was held hostage for eighteen years by registered sex offender Phillip Garrido, who sexually abused her and fathered her two children, and how she was finally found by authorities. (Goodreads Reviews)

Dance With Dragons - George R.R. Martin (Link to Catalog)

Character-driven and World-building Epic Fantasy. New threats emerge to endanger the future of the Seven Kingdoms, as Daenerys Targaryen, ruling in the East, fights off a multitude of enemies, while Jon Snow, Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch, faces his foes both in the Watch and beyond the great Wallof ice and stone. (Goodreads Reviews)

Then Came You - Jennifer Weiner (Link to Catalog)

Dramatic novel about Women’s Lives.The plans of four women—including a Princeton senior egg donor, a working-class housewife egg donor, a wealthy pregnant woman and her stepdaughter—are thrown into turmoil when the pregnant woman’s husband suddenly dies and names the stepdaughter the unborn baby’s guardian. (Goodreads Reviews)

Quinn - Iris Johansen (Link to Catalog)

Fast-Paced Dramatic Suspense.Navy SEAL-turned-cop Joe Quinn is at the mercy of Eve Duncan’s former lover, John Gallo, who plays a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse with CIA agent Catherine Ling, as Joe and Eve make a shocking discovery about the abduction of Eve’s daughter. (Goodreads Reviews)