Mississippi Top Reads / Sunday, September 15, 2019

  1. Stories from 125 Years of Ole Miss Football,” Neil White and Rick Cleveland, Nautilus
  2. The Yellow House,” Sarah M. Broom, Grove Press
  3. After Life,” Alice Marie Johnson, Harper
  4. Cemetery Road,” Greg Iles, William Morrow
  5. Deep River,” Karl Marlantes, Atlantic Monthly Press
  6. The Substitution Order,” Martin Clark, Knopf
  7. Where the Crawdads Sing,” Delia Owens, Putnam
  8. Clear Skies in the Delta,” Tracy Lynn Sandifer-Hunter, Palmetto Publishing Group
  9. Who Killed Buster Sparkle?,” John W. Bateman, Unsolicited Press
  10. What Would Elvis Think?,” Johnny Lowe, Ink-Slingers

Children and Young Adults

  1. Tunnel of Bones,” Victoria Schwab, Scholastic
  2. Dog Man: For Whom the Ball Rolls,” Dav Pilkey, Graphix
  3. Bear Came Along,” Richard T. Morris, Little Brown Books for Young Readers
  4. Just Ask!,” Sonia Sotomayor, Philomel Books
  5. Theodore Boone: The Accomplice,” John Grisham, Dutton Books for Young Readers

Compiled by University Press of Mississippi

Reported by The Book Mart & Café (Starkville); Lemuria Books (Jackson); Lorelei Books (Vicksburg); Square Books (Oxford); Turnrow Books (Greenwood)


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