10 popular fiction books

The Hangman's Song by James Oswald
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This week’s chart looks at 10 of the most popular fiction books.

1 Be Careful What You Wish For – Jeffrey Archer

Book Four in the popular Clifton Chronicle series picks up where the last book ended with Harry and Emma Clifton rushing to hospital to see how their son and his friend are after the crash.

2 Unlucky 13 – James Patterson

The Women’s Murder Club come up against the most deranged and dangerous killer they have encountered, psychotic Mackie Morales.

3 Little Beach Street Bakery – Jenny Colgan

Polly Waterford moved away to Cornwall to recover from a break-up and soon finds herself living above an abandoned shop and making bread.

4 The One Plus One – Jojo Moyes

Single mum Jess Thomas has two children and two jobs and when Ed Nicholls arrives on the scene he wants to help.

5 Power Play – Danielle Steel

Fiona Carson is a successful businesswoman and devoted single mother. Meanwhile Liz Marshall is dedicated to raising her three children while her husband works and holds a secret that could destroy his life at any moment.

6 The Perfect Match – Katie Fforde

When Bella Castle leaves her home with a broken heart she moves to the country, working as an estate agent. She settles down and falls in love with Nevil, but when the relationship starts to break down she is surprised when the man she left behind turns up.

7 The Bootlegger – Clive Cussler

Isaac Bell hunts for the attacker of his friend, Joseph Van Dorn, who was shot while in pursuit of a rum-running ship.

8 Trouble In Mind – Jeffery Deaver

A collection of 12 short stories including tales featuring Lincoln Rhyme and Kathryn Dance.

9 The Hangman’s Song – James Oswald

Inspector McLean struggles to find time to link two suicides but when a third body is found he digs deeper and uncovers something terrifying stalking the streets of Edinburgh.

10 Treachery – S.J.Parris

A historical thriller featuring Giordano Bruno set in the time of Sir Francis Drake.

*All of these are available at your local Lancashire library, or visit http://bit.ly/allourbooks or http://capitadiscovery.co.uk/lancashire/ to reserve your copy now.