Waiting for These? Try These: What to Read While You’re Waiting for a Popular Book (1/2021 Pt. 1)


Are you waiting for one or more of these popular books to become available? Try one of our recommendations! Each week, we’ll provide a list of books that are similar to popular and best-selling titles that have long hold lists so you can keep on reading while you wait!



If You’re Waiting for This…



Caste (Oprah's Book Club): The Origins of Our Discontents: Wilkerson, Isabel:  9780593230251: Amazon.com: Books


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The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated  America: Rothstein, Richard: 9781631492853: Amazon.com: Books
How to Be an Antiracist: Kendi, Ibram X.: 9780525509288: Amazon.com: Books
White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism -  Kindle edition by DiAngelo, Robin J., Dyson, Michael Eric. Politics &  Social Sciences Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.


If You’re Waiting for This…



The Four Winds: A Novel: Hannah, Kristin: 9781250178602: Amazon.com: Books


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Some Luck (The Last Hundred Years Trilogy: A Family Saga): Smiley, Jane:  9780307744807: Amazon.com: Books
Rainwater: Brown, Sandra: 9781439192924: Amazon.com: Books
The Son: Meyer, Philipp: 9780062120403: Amazon.com: Books


If You’re Waiting for This…



Book Review - The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman | BookPage


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Amazon.com: Magpie Murders: A Novel (9780062645227): Horowitz, Anthony:  Books
The Department of Sensitive Crimes: A Detective Varg novel: McCall Smith,  Alexander: 9780349143330: Amazon.com: Books
Memory Man (Amos Decker, #1) by David Baldacci


If You’re Waiting for This…



Neighbors: A Novel: Steel, Danielle: 9781984821379: Amazon.com: Books


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Sunrise on Half Moon Bay – RobynCarr
Cottage by the Sea: A Novel: Macomber, Debbie: 9780399181252: Amazon.com:  Books
Forget Me Not: Michaels, Fern: 9781420133141: Amazon.com: Books


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That’s all for now! Stay tuned for next week’s list of books!

Thanks for reading,
-George, FTPL

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