Read-Alikes for ‘The President’s Daughter’ by Bill Clinton and James Patterson | LibraryReads

LibraryReads and Library Journal offer read-alikes for patrons waiting for The President’s Daughter by Bill Clinton and James Patterson.

The President’s Daughter, by Bill Clinton and James Patterson (Little, Brown & Knopf), is the top holds title of the week (6/7/21). LibraryReads and Library Journal offer read-alikes for patrons waiting for this buzziest book.

In their second collaboration (after The President Is Missing), former president Clinton and best-selling Patterson offer a fast-paced and tense thriller featuring Matthew Keating, a fictional former president who used to be a Navy SEAL. When Keating’s daughter is abducted, all of his skills are tested.


After I’m Gone by Laura Lippman (Morrow; LJ starred review)
Appeared on the February 2014 LibraryReads list

“So much fun to read. In Lippman’s eighth novel, bookie Felix Brewer goes missing just before his indictment because he can’t stand the thought of spending years in prison. He leaves behind a wife, three young daughters, a mistress, and Burt, his best friend and attorney. Enter retired police detective Sandy Bayard who works as a consultant on cold cases. A delicious bonbon!”—Anne Lee, Free Library of Philadelphia, PA


Make Me by Lee Child (Delacorte; LJ starred review)
Appeared on the September 2015 LibraryReads list

“Jack Reacher is back. Jack gets off a train at an isolated town. Soon, he is learning much more about the town, and its residents are learning not to mess around with Jack Reacher. Readers new to this series will find this book a good starting point, and fans will be pleased to see Jack again.”—Jenna Persick, Chester County Library, Exton, PA


While Justice Sleeps by Stacy Abrams (Doubleday)
Appeared on the May 2021 LibraryReads list

“Avery’s boss is a Supreme Court justice, and he is currently in a coma after naming Avery (instead of his wife) as his guardian. This situation is further complicated by the fact that the judge is a swing vote in a very important decision before the court. How well Avery knows her boss will determine the fate of both of them. For readers of John Grisham and Robert Dugoni.”—Kimberly McGee, Lake Travis Public Library, Austin, TX

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