Read-Alikes for ‘The Judge’s List’ by John Grisham | LibraryReads

LibraryReads and Library Journal offer read-alikes for patrons waiting to read The Judge’s List by John Grisham. 

The Judge’s List, by John Grisham (Doubleday), is the top holds title of the week (10/18/21). LibraryReads and Library Journal offer read-alikes for patrons waiting to read this buzziest book. 

Lacy Stoltz (previously featured in Grisham’s The Whistler) tackles corrupt judges. After an investigation that nearly kills her, she wants to take a break. But then she meets a terrified woman and starts to unravel a twisty serial killer case, with a judge at its evil heart.


Miracle Creek by Angie Kim (Farrar; LJ starred review)
Appeared on the April 2019 LibraryReads list

“When a medical treatment facility explodes, killing two people, the ensuing murder trial rocks the town, while witnesses go to extremes to conceal their darkest secrets. Part family drama, part whodunit, Miracle Creek is a gripping debut. For fans of Celeste Ng and Liane Moriarty.”—Portia Kapraun, Delphi P.L., IN


Wilde Lake by Laura Lippman (Morrow)
Appeared on the May 2016 LibraryReads list

“As Lu, the newly elected state’s attorney in Howard County, prepares for a trial of a woman found murdered in her apartment, she begins to uncover secrets from her past. Bringing her back to the night her brother saved a life at the cost of another, Lu begins to question everything she’s known about the events and her childhood. Lippman’s newest standalone is sure to be another hit, perfect for mystery fans.”—Annice Sevett, New Hanover Cty. Lib., Wilmington, NC


The Silent Wife by Karin Slaughter (Morrow)
Appeared on the April 2020 LibraryReads list

“A brilliantly conceived story about a psychopath who preys on young women, and a chance encounter that turns up a connection to another series of unsolved murders years back. A fast-paced, suspenseful thriller for fans of the Kick Lannigan series.”—Paul Lane, Palm Beach Cty. Lib., West Palm Beach, FL

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