Read-Alikes for ‘Still See You Everywhere’ by Lisa Gardner | LibraryReads

Still See You Everywhere by Lisa Gardner is the top holds title of the week. LibraryReads and Library Journal offer read-alikes for patrons waiting to read this buzziest book.

Still See You Everywhere by Lisa Gardner (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.

In the No. 1 New York Times best-selling Gardner’s Still See You Everywhere, a convicted serial killer with 21 days left before her execution asks Frankie Elkin to find her little sister, who was kidnapped a decade ago (400,000-copy first printing).—Barbara Hoffert

My Darling Husband by Kimberly Belle (Park Row: Harlequin)

Appeared on the December 2021 LibraryReads list

“Atlanta restaurateur Cam Lasky seemingly has it all, until a fire at his eatery and a terrifying home invasion threaten to destroy all he holds dear. With multiple perspectives adding to the mystery, this is another clever, fast-paced thriller from Belle. For readers of Lisa Gardner and Chevy Stevens.”—Jayme Oldham, Highland Park Public Library, Highland Park, IL

The Book of Cold Cases by Simone St. James (Berkley; LJ starred review)

Appeared on the March 2022 LibraryReads list

"True crime blogger, Shea, finds herself swept up in the mystery surrounding Beth Greer, a woman acquitted of two cold case murders in Claire Lake, Oregon. St. James's thriller has a heart and soul with an ending that feels meaningful. For readers of Home Before Dark.”—Hannah Baumgartner, Gates Public Library, Rochester, NY

Jackal by Erin E. Adams (Bantam)

Appeared on the October 2022 LibraryReads list

“Liz goes back to her small hometown for a wedding, but then Caroline, her friend’s biracial daughter, goes missing. Liz discovers that black girls go missing yearly, but the police don’t care, so she hopes to uncover this serial killer. This is a well-written suspense novel with supernatural elements. The plot was well-paced, and there were good twists.”—Claire Sherman, Clearwater Countryside Library, Clearwater, FL

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