Saturday, November 8, 2014

November's In the Queue

If you enjoy reading the hottest new releases and best selling novels, than it's time you got in the queue. This month there are spy thrillers, love stories and memorable biographies, which are sure to keep you turning pages.  


Let Sleeping Dogs Lie by Rita Mae Brown
A gripping new foxhunting mystery which is full of colorful characters, gorgeous country landscapes and the thrill of the hunt. 

A Map Of Betrayal by Ha Jin
A riveting tale of espionage and conflicted loyalties that spans half a century.

Dead But Not Forgotten Stories From the World of Sookie Stackhouse by Charlaine Harris
A group of writers chosen by Charlaine Harris have written short stories that pay tribute to our southern, mind reading heroine. 

Family Furnishings Selected Stories from 1995-2014 by Alice Munroe
These stories illuminate the quotidian yet extraordinary lives of men and women, parents and children, friends and lovers as they discover, sex, fall in love, part, quarrel and suffer defeat or even find their way in the world.

Chain of Events by Fredrik T. Olsson 
This is a thrilling debut  novel about humanity on the verge of crisis.

A New York Christmas: A Novel by Anne Perry
An irresistible tale of love, greed, murder and selfless devotion. 

Citizen's Creek by Lalita Tademy
This is a breathtaking tale of identity, community, family and above all, the power of an individual's will to make a difference.

New Novels from Best Selling Authors

The Escape by David Baldacci
The Promise: An Elvis Cole and Joe Pike Novel by Robert Crais
The Mistletoe Promise: A Novel by Richard Paul Evans
Die Again by Tess Gerritsen
Saving Grace by Jane Green
Saint Odd: An Odd Thomas Novel by Dean R. Koontz
Hope to Die by James Patterson
Private India: City on Fire by James Patterson and Ashwin Sanghi
Hush by Karen Robards
Betrayed: A Rosato and Associates Novel by Lisa Scottoline

Non Fiction
41: A Portrait of My Father by George W. Bush 
An intimate biography from the 43rd President about his father.

So, Anyway by John Cleese
This is a rollicking memoir by the legendary Monty Python comic as he traces his humble roots to his ascent in the entertainment world.

There Was a Little Girl: The Story of My Mother and Me by Brooke Shields
Brooke Shields explains her mother's role in Brooke's ascent into stardom.

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