The detective novel surpasses the books borrowed from the library

The author Richard Osman…the best book for the ACT public libraries.

RICHARD Osman’s crime novel, “The Man Who Died Twice,” was the most popular borrowed item in two categories – adult books and fiction, this year from the ACT Public Libraries.

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Most popular books in physical format and fiction for adults

1. The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman
2. As It Is Now by Garry Disher
3. Hannah Kent’s Devotion
4. Jane Harper’s Survivors
5. Dervla McTiernan’s Murder Rule

The five best non-fiction for adults

1. Well Hello: Meanderings From The World of Chat 10 Looks 3 by Annabel Crabb
2. So you think you know what’s good for you by Norman Swan
3. Ten Steps To Nanette: A Memoir Situation by Hannah Gadsby
4. Fully Human: A New Way to Use Your Mind by Steve Biddulph
5. Trent Dalton Love Stories

The five best novels for young adults

1. Ninja Toys! by Anh Do
2. Turn weird! by Anh Do
3. Clone Ninjas! by Anh Do
4. Camping time! by Anh Do

5. Hopping weird! by Anh Do

The top five junior nonfiction

1. All About Diversity by Felicity Brooks
2. Coco Chanel by Maria Isabel Sánchez Vegara
3. Animals by Barbara Toft
4. Explore Your World: Weird, Wild, Surprising by Tim F Flannery
5. Amelia Earhart by Maria Isabel Sánchez Vegara

The first five ebooks

1. The last thing he said to me about Laura Dave
2. Jane Caro’s mother
3. Jane Austen’s Remedy: It’s a universally recognized truth that a book can change a life by Ruth Wilson
4. Matthew Spencer’s Black River
5. Jane Harper’s Survivors

The five best audiobooks

1. Trent Dalton’s Boy Swallows Universe
2. Green Light by Matthew McConaughey
3. Agatha Raisin and MC Beaton’s Witch Tree
4. Pip Williams’ Dictionary of Lost Words
5. Phosphorescence: Awe, Wonder, and Things That Sustain You When the World Goes Dark by Julia Baird

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