Most borrowed books from libraries

Fifty Shades of Grey by E L James
Fifty Shades of Grey by E L James
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Morecambe Library this week takes a look at the 10 most borrowed books from libraries last year.

1 The Affair – Lee Child

In book 16 in the popular Jack Reacher series, Jack is in the military police when he is sent undercover and faces the turning point in his career.

2 A Wanted Man – Lee Child

When Jack Reacher is picked up by three strangers he soon realises everything isn’t what it appears to be. When they get stopped at a road block will they get through or is it all over?

3 50 Shades Of Grey – E L James

This is the book that everyone was talking about. The highly charged story of Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele is soon to be seen on the big screen.

4 11th Hour – James Patterson

Is one of Detective Lindsay Boxer’s colleagues a killer? All will be revealed at the 11th hour.

5 Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: The Last Straw – Jeff Kinney

The third book in this popular series sees Greg Heffley threatened with military school by his father, his diary stolen by his brother and surrounded by elderly people in his underpants!

6 Diary Of A Wimpy Kid – Jeff Kinney

The illustrated adventures of Greg Heffley start here with the first in this popular series of children’s books.

7 Guilty Wives – James Patterson

When four best friends go to Monte Carlo to have the holiday of a lifetime, how does one of them end up in prison serving a life sentence for murder?

8 Bringing Up The Bodies – Hilary Mantel

Winner of several book awards in 2012 this is a historical novel looking at Thomas Cromwell and the fall of Anne Boleyn.

9 I, Michael Bennett – James Patterson

When detective Michael Bennett arrests infamous crime lord Manuel Perrine, it sets off a terrible chain of destruction with police officers shot and judges murdered. When Bennett realises he is being targeted he also realises that everyone he loves is under threat.

10 The Casual Vacancy – J K Rowling

When Barry Fairbrother dies in Pagford it leaves a vacancy on the parish council. This is the story of one of the biggest wars Pagford has ever seen as the fight to fill the empty seat hots up.