Top Reads of 2018

With only a day left in the year, we wanted to share what we thought were the top reads.  With so many different genres and fantastic books released this year, its difficult to choose who should be on this list.  We hope you have enjoyed several of these titles and if you haven’t, grab a copy today!

sam hellTop Pick: The Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell by Robert Dugoni.

Our top contemporary pick tops this lists as well.  Different from his suspense thriller and legal thriller novels, Dugoni brings about a coming of age story that captured our attention from the beginning.

Read the full review here.






Dead Sea RisingDead Sea Rising by Jerry B. Jenkins

Our top mystery pick was also a high contender for the top spot.  Jenkins proves he is still at the top of his game.

Read the full review here.







Every Wicked ManEvery Wicked Man by Steven James

It’s criminal to see this series end, but at least it went out with a bang.  We’ve enjoyed all the Patrick Bowers novels and can’t wait to see what James is planning to cook up next.

Read the full review here.









Sold on a MondaySold on a Monday by Kristina McMorris

Our topver historical fiction pick was a shoe in for this category.  The mystery and suspense put forth in this book kept us guessing what was going to happen and relieved when things worked out the way they did.

Read the full review here.






A Steep priceA Steep Price by Robert Dugoni

Tracy Crosswhite will likely always manage to find a place on our lists.  As longs as Dugoni keeps writing her story, we are going to keep reading it!  Truly one eof the best series out there today.

Read the full review here.






Everything We GiveEverything We Give by Kerry Lonsdale

Another fantastic series comes to a close (or does it)?  This book finally explains all the events coupled with flawed characters that feel like our best friends.

Read the full review here.







Thirst of SteelThirst of Steel by Ronie Kendig

Another great suspense thriller series that everyone should grab a copy of today.  Kendig shows why she’s a master at the genre.

Read the full review here.







Send Down the RainSend Down the Rain by Charles Martin

Martin shows that a life of good acts doesn’t make up for one bad decision.  Only truth and forgiveness can do that.

Read the full review here.








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