Read-Alikes for ‘I Will Find You’ by Harlan Coben | LibraryReads

I Will Find You by Harlan Coben is the top holds title of the week. LibraryReads and Library Journal offer read-alikes for patrons waiting to read this buzziest book.

I Will Find You by Harlan Coben (Grand Central) is the top holds title of the week. LibraryReads and Library Journal offer read-alikes for patrons waiting to read this buzziest book.

Following his chart-topping The Match, the Edgar, Shamus, and Anthony Award–winning Coben tells the story of a father serving life for a murder he didn’t commit—that of his own son. Then he learns that his son might still be alive and must find a way to spring himself from prison to discover what’s happening. With a 750,000-copy first printing.—Barbara Hoffert

All the Dangerous Things by Stacy Willingham (Minotaur: St. Martin's)

Appeared on the January 2023 LibraryReads list

"One year after Isabelle’s son was taken from his bedroom in the middle of the night, the police still have no suspects or any idea of what became of her boy. The only thing Izzy knows for certain haunts her: because she’s a chronic sleepwalker, did she have something to do with her child’s disappearance? For fans of Gilly Macmillan and Lisa Jewell.”—KC Davis, Fairfield Woods Library, Fairfield, CT

When the Stars Go Dark by Paula McLain (Ballantine)

Appeared on the April 2021 LibraryReads list

"In 1993, troubled detective Anna returns to her hometown, where a girl has gone missing. As Anna helps search for the girl, both their pasts are revealed. A beautifully written, haunting thriller offering a fascinating look at how missing cases were handled pre-Internet."—Alissa Williams, Morton Public Library, Morton, IL

A Madness of Sunshine by Nalini Singh (Berkley)

Appeared on the December 2019 LibraryReads list

"With a well-drawn cast of characters and a vivid New Zealand setting, this book slowly draws you in, picks up speed, and takes you on a dark, twisty ride. For fans of Then She Was Gone and All the Missing Girls."—Sheryle Gouker, Redstone MWR Library, Huntsville, AL

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