It’s Friday the 13th, and this is a subject that’s been written about quite a bit. For some, today is lucky. For others, it can be a terrifying prospect. For most us, however, it’s probably just a day like any other.
But in case you’re interested in reading something with a “thirteen” spin, here are a few books in our collection that include the number “13” in their title. Not all of them deal with the superstition, so keep that in mind.
LUCKY NUMBER THIRTEEN by James Patterson & Maxine Paetro is another in the Women’s Murder Club series. If you follow this thrilling series, there’s a murder about to take place, unless Detective Lindsay Boxer can stop it before it’s too late.
13 by Kelley Armstrong is supernatural at its best! Armstrong is a Canadian, with fans in both the teen and adult world.
THE THIRTEEN-STORY TREEHOUSE by Andy Griffiths is fun reading for kids! This is the first in a series about fun treehouses that have things like bowling alleys and shark tanks as part of their design.
THIRTEEN REASONS WHY by Jay Asher is a hard-hitting YA novel about teen suicide. But this popular book stayed more than 140 weeks on the New York Times Bestseller list.