Read-Alikes for ‘Win’ by Harlan Coben | LibraryReads

LibraryReads and Library Journal offer read-alikes for patrons waiting for Win, by Harlan Coben.

Win, by Harlan Coben (Grand Central: Hachette), is the top holds title of the week (3/15/21). LibraryReads and Library Journal offer read-alikes for patrons waiting for this buzziest book.

A favorite character from the Myron Bolitar series takes the lead here, in a story that joins two FBI cold cases, a lot of money, and a man on a mission.




When No One Is Watching by Alyssa Cole (Morrow; LJ starred review)

Appeared on the September 2020 LibraryReads List

“The gentrification of her beloved Brooklyn neighborhood has longtime resident Sydney Green mourning what’s lost. Striking up an uneasy alliance with new neighbor Theo, she starts research for a walking tour to highlight the area’s rich history and diversity but quickly comes to realize that something far more sinister is going on. A sense of mounting dread and some startling twists and turns will keep readers turning the pages. Where HAVE all those old neighbors gone?”—Beth Mills, New Rochelle Public Library, New Rochelle, NY


Say Nothing by Brad Parks (Dutton)

Appeared on the March 2017 LibraryReads List

“Fans of crime fiction and fans of domestic drama will find much to love in Parks’s genre-blending thriller. Judge Scott Sampson is a devoted family man and a respected jurist thrown into every parent’s worst nightmare: his 6-year-old twins are kidnapped, and the kidnappers blackmail Scott into increasingly immoral legal decisions. Cue marital meltdown, ethical dilemmas, paranoia, and a thrill ride that suspense-lovers will race through to learn what happens next. It’s a departure from the author’s lightly snarky Carter Ross series, but a welcome one for readers of Harlan Coben and Gregg Hurwitz.” —Donna Matturri, Pickerington Public Library, Pickerington, OH


Redemption Road by John Hart (Thomas Dunne: St. Martin’s)

Appeared on the May 2016 LibraryReads List

“In Hart’s new suspense novel, we meet veteran detective Elizabeth Black, who is facing possible suspension for a suspicious shooting. At the same time, former police officer Adrian Wall is released from prison after serving time for the murder of Julia Stange. Stange’s son wants Adrian dead. Adrian has always claimed his innocence, but after his release, a couple of new bodies turn up at the church. This is a thrilling page-turner that starts at a rapid-fire pace and doesn’t let up. Great book for literary and thriller lovers alike.” —Kelly Currie, Delphi Public Library, Delphi, IN

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