Here are the most borrowed books from the GPL in 2021

In a year when events conspired to keep people indoors, there should have been plenty of time to read. Which books did the people of Gadsden find refuge in in 2021?

Mysteries and thrillers seem to have been the ticket to adult fiction for Gadsden readers, and James Patterson seemed to be a favorite writer. Here is a list of the 25 best books that Gadsden Public Library patrons viewed between January 1 and December 27.

“The Russian”, by James Patterson and James O. Born

“Daylight”, by David Balducci

“A Time for Mercy”, by John Grisham

“The Red Book”, by James Patterson and David Ellis

“Sooley”, by John Grisham

“A man of the game”, by David Balducci

“Winning”, by Harlan Coben

“Dark Sky”, by CJ Box

“The Sentinel”, by Lee Child

“Mortal Cross”, by James Patterson

“21st birthday”, by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro

“Ocean Prey”, by John Sandford

“NYPD Red 6”, by James Patterson and Marshall Karp

“The Shadow”, by James Patterson and Brian Sitts

“The Tail of the Scorpion”, by Douglas J. Preston

“The Other Emily”, by Dean R. Koontz

“Chut-Chut”, by Stuart Woods

“Fortune and Glory”, by Janet Evanovich

“Before she’s gone” by Lisa Gardner

“The Return”, by Nicholas Sparks

“The Murders Coast to Coast”, by James Patterson and JD Barker

“Blind Tiger”, by Sandra Brown

“The Wish”, by Nicholas Sparks

“Walk the Wire”, by David Balducci

“No way out”, Fern Michaels

Contact Gadsden Times reporter Donna Thornton at 256-393-3284 or [email protected]

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