News Release

For immediate release - August 1, 2013

Place a Hold on the August Best-Sellers

Did you know this program which was initiated in August of 2012, has made it possible to read best sellers in a more timely manner?  For instance, Lee Child’s A Wanted Man had a total of 409 holds placed since its September 2012 release. Libraries were able to order an additional 25 copies under this lease plan bringing the total to 46 available books. The holds were filled in a much shorter time for patrons wanting to read this latest release.

The August list of coming best sellers is now available. Place a hold now and staff will obtain additional copies so that the waiting time for these best sellers is reduced!

Just go to our website at and click on the “best seller” graphic link on the right hand side of the page. This link will take you to the list of titles currently on order. To place a hold: click on “Place Hold”, enter your library card number and PIN, select your pickup location, confirm your hold by clicking on the Place Hold button, and then click “OK”. You also may place a hold in-person at a member or branch library. Just ask any staff member for further information or for the most recent list of titles.

Bass, Jefferson                  CUT TO THE BONE
Deaver, Jeffery                     THE OCTOBER LIST
Flynn, Vince                          THE SURVIVOR
George, Elizabeth               JUST ONE EVIL ACT
Grisham, John                    SYCAMORE ROW
Johansen, Iris                     SILENCING EVE
Macomber, Debbie             STARRY NIGHT
Paretsky, Sara                     CRITICAL MASS
Parker, Robert B.                SILENT NIGHT
Patterson, Richard North  LOSS OF INNOCENCE
Rice, Anne                           THE WOLVES OF MIDWINTER
Sandford, John                   STORM FRONT
Scottoline, Lisa                  ACCUSED
Steel, Danielle                    WINNERS
Turow, Scott                        IDENTICAL
Woods, Stuart                    DOING HARD TIME


Media contact:
Judy Buckland
Program Coordinator

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