Morecambe Library looks at top crime books racing up the charts in this week’s top 10.
1 Personal – Lee Child
Jack’s back! The army wants to find Jack Reacher to track down the man who took a long-range shot at the French President.
2 Bones Never Lie – Kathy Reichs
For a decade, Temperance Brennan has been haunted by the one that got away, a monster that killed young women.
3 The Secret Place – Tana French
Detective Moran teams up with outsider Detective Conway to solve a murder in an all girls’ school.
4 Thin Air – Air Cleeves
When a group of friends gather to celebrate a wedding, no one expected it to be the last time they would see Eleanor alive.
5 The Monogram Murders – Sophie Hannah
While enjoying a supper in a London coffee house a young woman approaches Poirot claiming she is about to be murdered. 6 Festive In Death – J D Robb
Trey Ziegler is found dead with a note pinned to him, ‘Santa Says You’ve Been Bad!!! Ho,Ho, Ho’.
7 Burn – James Patterson & Michael Ledwidge
Michael Bennett is called in when a charred body is found in a condemned building.
8 The Skeleton Road –Val McDermid
When a skeleton is found at the top of a crumbling gothic building in Edingburgh Detective Chief Inspector Pirie is called in to identify the bones.
9 The Doll Maker – Richard Montanari
Detectives Byrne and Balzano are called in when young women are murdered.
10 Watching Over You – Mel Sherratt
When Charley Belington sells the family home to start her life again she is befriended by her new landlady, Ella. But Ella is fighting dark demons.
*All of these books are available at your local Lancashire library, or visit http://bit.ly/allourbooks or http://capitadiscovery.co.uk/lancashire/ to reserve a copy.