Saturday, November 7, 2015

November's In the Queue

November's In the Queue is filled with thrillers, magic, and a touch of the dramatic! Sit back and relax with these great novels.  

Fiction
The Japanese Lover: A Novel by Isabelle Allende
This is the impossible romance which bloomed between a Polish World War II survivor and a Japanese gardener's son. Theirs is a forbidden love after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Decades later, Alma's caregiver discovers love letters which span seventy years. Then she investigates this forbidden love. 

Bohemian Gospel by Dana Chamblee Carpenter
Thirteenth century Bohemia is a dangerous place for a young woman. Especially if you are as odd as Mouse.  This gripping and remarkable debut novel is the story of Mouse's quest to uncover her past and find her destiny with the help of King Ottakar.


New Books by Best-Selling Authors

The Guest Room: A Novel by Chris Bohjalian
House of the Rising Son: a Novel by James Lee Burke
The Promise: An Elvis Cole and Joe Pike Novel by Craig Crais
The Pharaoh's Secret: A Novel by Clive Cussler
The Mistletoe Inn: A Novel by Richard Paul Evans
Commander-in-Chief by Mark Greaney
Avenue of Mysteries: A Novel by John Irving
Born of Betrayal by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Secret Sisters by Jayne Anne Krentz
After She's Gone by Lisa Jackson
Private Paris by James Patterson and Mark Sullivan
A Christmas Escape by Anne Perry
See Me by Nicholas Sparks
Scandalous Behavior by Stuart Woods

Non-Fiction

Andy and Don: The Making of a Friendship by Daniel de Vise
Features extensive unpublished interviews with those closest to these two men and a powerful biography that celebrates the real-life friendship between Andy Griffiths and Don Knotts.

Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates by Brian Kilmeade
This pop-history narrative tells of a lesser known confrontation between the third president of the United States and Pasha, the Tripoli pirate who challenged his authority by attacking American ships.

But Enough About Me by Burt Reynolds
A no-holds-barred memoir that traces one of America's favorite actors from adolescence and the accident that led to his acting career.


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