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Sandy’s Selections: The Best Books To Read This November

We don’t know about you, but we’ve been devouring books left and right this year! That’s why we’ve compiled a list of books to read in November to keep you warm heading into the holiday season. Grab a cup of hot cocoa and settle in to enjoy fiction, mystery, thriller, and world political books by stellar authors, including John Grisham, Tana French, and Lisa Jewell.

Books To Read In November

A Time For Mercy by John Grisham | #1 NYT Best Seller | Fiction

A Time For Mercy by John Grisham

A Time For Mercy finds a court-appointed attorney defending a sixteen-year-old boy accused of murdering a local deputy. Many in town want a speedy trial and the death penalty. The story is a richly rewarding novel that is timely and timeless, filled with drama and small-town intrigue.

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The Cost by Maria Bartiromo | World Politics

The Cost by Maria Bartiromo

The Cost looks at the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the United States and China relations as the biggest challenge to corporate America today. The world’s health and wealth depend on the United States’ economic recovery leadership from the pandemic shutdowns.

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The Searcher by Tana French | NYT Best Seller List | Fiction

The Searcher by Tana French

The Searcher follows the story of a middle-aged retired Chicago detective who moves to a remote township in Ireland looking for peace and quiet. The concise descriptions of the Irish countryside introduce the location and scenes of the story.  The detective gets swept up into the mystery surrounding a missing local boy’s disappearance and uncovers layers of darkness, realizing that even small towns shelter dangerous secrets.

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The Invisible Girl by Lisa Jewell | NYT Best Seller List | Mystery

The Invisible Girl by Lisa Jewel

The Invisible Girl is an insightful, thought-provoking, and well-crafted drama. The story uses multiple viewpoints from a mother and lonely wife, a 17-year-old girl who suddenly disappears; and a 33-year-old suspicious neighbor, all desiring to be “truly seen.”

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Good Night Beautiful by Aimee Molloy | Psychological Thriller

Good Night Beautiful by Aimee Molloy

Good Night Beautiful is a domestic suspense thriller featuring a newly married woman shaken to the core when her husband suddenly disappears. This mystery ride is filled with twists and turns that successfully lead to the final turn, which is the most thrilling surprise.

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I’ll Be Seeing You by Elizabeth Berg | Memoir

I'll Be Seeing You by Elizabeth Berg

I’ll Be Seeing You charts the passage of a family’s loss from Alzheimer’s disease to the understanding that even in the most fractious times, love can heal, transform, and lead to graceful, grateful acceptance. The transition of the family was difficult, mitigated at least by flashes of humor and joy. The children provided support and direction to the parents who had parented them for so long.

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After The Rain by Alexandra Elle | Self Improvement

After The Rain by Alexandra Elle

After The Rain delivers 15 Lessons on overcoming obstacles and building confidence by sharing stories from her own remarkable life. This book is an uplifting reminder that there is always sunshine after the rain, helping transform challenging life experiences into life opportunities.

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Ready For More Reading Lists?

We hope you enjoyed this list of books to read in November! Also, if if you missed last month’s reading list, catch up on Sandy’s reading recommendations for October! And if you’d like some extra reading recommendations for the year, bookmark these 10 books every woman should read in 2020.

*Prime Women does not endorse any political view.

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