This week, Karl Geisler, a patron at the A.V. Sorensen Branch, shares his favorite mystery and suspense novels.
1. “Shock Wave” by John Sandford. “I’ve always been a fan of Sandford’s fiction and mystery novels.”
2. “The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris” by David McCullough. “This book was a very well done story of Americans studying and working in Paris in the 19th century.”
3. Anything by Jonathan Kellerman, who writes fictional mysteries.
4. Anything by Michael Connelly, who also writes mystery and suspense books.
5. John Grisham is a favorite and many of his bestsellers.