Broomall–Want to know what your neighbors were reading in 2010? Marple Public Library Assistant Director Jennifer Stocks shares Patch with the list of the most highly circulated books in 2010. Stock breaks down the list from fiction and non-fiction books.
In fiction, no surprises were seen with bestselling authors leading the top of the pack. James Patterson, Nora Roberts and Danielle Steel are a usual favorite.
By reading the top 10 most popular non-fiction books, it appeared that Marple readers seemed to be home chefs. Cookbooks and food books dominated much of the list for the non-fiction category. Surprisingly, former Real Housewife of New York Bethany Frankel made it to the third spot.
1. "Think Twice" by Lisa Scottoline
2. "The 9th Judgment" by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
3. "Caught" by Harlan Coben
4. "The Girl who Kicked the Hornet's Nest" by Stieg Larsson
5. "Savor the Moment" by Nora Roberts
6. "Big Girl" by Danielle Steel
7. "Not My Daughter" by Barbara Delinsky
8. "The Postmistress" by Sarah Blake
9. "Every Last One" by Anna Quindlen
10. "Deception" by Jonathan Kellerman
1. "Fresh from Central Market Cookbook: recipes from standholders of Lancaster, Pennsylvania's beloved farmer's market" by Phyllis Pellman Good
2. "Emeril 20-40-60: fresh food fast" by Emeril Legasse
3. "Skinnygirl Dish: easy recipes for your naturally thin life" by Bethany Frankel
4. "Real Simple Best Recipes: easy, delicious meals edited" by Lygeia Grace and Kate Merker
5. "Miller's Antiques Handbook and Price Guide"
6. "Perfect Palettes: inspirational color schemes for the home decorator" by Stephanie Hoppen
7. "Hoboes: bindlestiffs, fruit tramps, and the harvesting of the west" by Mark Wyman
8. "Baseball Codes: beanballs, sign stealing, and bench-clearing brawls: the unwritten rules of America's pastime" by Jason Turbow
9. "Giada at Home: family recipes from Italy and California" by Giada De Laurentis
10. "The Pacific" by Hugh Ambrose