The March LibraryReads List

Mystery and suspense dominate the March list of librarian favorites, along with some romance, a new look at an old classic, and more. Find out more about each selection - and place holds - by clicking the title to visit our catalog, and see the LibraryReads website to read brief reviews submitted by library staff from across the country.

  • How to Solve Your Own Murder by Kristen Perrin
    A fortune teller at a county fair predicts your murder – what do you do next?
  • The Other Side of Disappearing by Kate Clayborn
    Two sisters try to solve the mystery of their mother’s disappearance.
  • James by Percival Everett
    This new rendition of Huckleberry Finn is told from Jim’s point of view.
  • The Mystery Writer by Sulari Gentill
    An aspiring author is entangled in scandal when a writer she idolizes is murdered.
  • Everyone is Watching by Heather Gudenkauf
    A game show turns into a suspenseful revelation of the contestants’ secrets.
  • The Great Divide by Cristina Henriquez
    This historical novel looks at people involved in the construction of the Panama Canal.
  • Bye, Baby by Carola Lovering
    A woman tries to move on after committing a kidnapping.
  • Happily Never After by Lynn Painter
    A bride-to-be hires a professional objector to interrupt the wedding she doesn’t want to go through with.
  • Swift and Saddled by Lyla Sage
    A quick-reading romance set in a small cowboy town.
  • Listen for the Lie by Amy Tintera
    A woman accused of her best friend’s murder must find the real killer.
  • This Could Be Us by Kennedy Ryan
    This second chance romance tale is a LibraryReads Bonus Pick.
  • There’s Always This Year by Hanif Abdurraqib
    This month’s Notable Nonfiction pick reflects on basketball, talent and allegiance.

Which one will you read first? If you need help placing a hold with your Chandler Public Library card, give us a call at 480-782-2800.

If you'd like more book recommendations, browse our Books page or check out titles from past LibraryReads lists.