November is full of wonderful new books. There are some fantastic new novels, funny memoirs, cookbooks and true crime. Whatever you choose, enjoy reading…
Let us know what you’re planning to read this month, below or in our Facebook page comments.
Hester and Harriet
Hold on to your tea cups - you're about to fall head over heels for Hester and Harriet.
Wyatt needs a job. A bank job would be nice, or a security van hold-up.
The Japanese Lover
An exquisitely crafted love story and multigenerational epic.
The story of Australia’s only known kidnapping of a child for ransom.
The Wildwood Sisters
The past Renee Wildwood once ran from still haunts her…
City on Fire
Garth Risk Hallberg
New York, 1977. Be there when it explodes.
Natural Born Keller
Amanda Keller lifts the lid on life on-screen and off, and growing up in the decade taste forgot.
John Le Carre: The Biography
John le Carre is still at the top...
The Gilded Life of Matilda Duplaine
A modern-day Gatsby tale of forbidden love, family secrets and the true price of wealth.
According to Yes
Comedian and best-selling author Dawn French returns with her joyously funny new novel.
Paris, He Said
A novel about desire, beauty and its appreciation, and of wondering where true happiness lies.
Whatever the occasion, food - in the making and the eating - should always be pleasurable.
A hauntingly atmospheric love story set against the backdrop of fifties' New York.
Career of Evil
The third book in the highly acclaimed crime fiction series by J.K. Rowling.
Even Dogs in the Wild (Inspector Rebus #20)
Ian Rankin's greatest characters explore the darkest corners of our instincts and desires.
The Enchanted Island
Another witty, whimsical story from Ellie O’Neill.
The Bazaar of Bad Dreams
A thrilling collection of twenty stories, all assembled in one book for the first time.
The Lake House
A missing child... An abandoned house... An unsolved mystery...
Not your average makeover book.
Tom & Lucky (and George & Cokey Flo)
C. Joseph Greaves
A gripping tale of one of the most colourful - and fateful - courtroom showdowns in history.
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