If you read a lot of books, but find that only one or two stand out above the rest, you know that feeling. It can be disheartening to purchase or borrow a book, only to find that it didn't live up to the hype. This month there was plenty of baseline reading for me, but nothing that had me singing its praises. In this November 2023 reading wrap-up, learn all about the books I read this month, as well as an exciting Must-Read recommendation that I'm sure will become a favorite. You'll find details on a wide range of titles, so get your library card ready and come explore with me!
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A lengthy homage to Barry Lyndon but worth every word for fans of sagas. #greatonaudio
A gorgeous cover and a juicy family drama, this one is for domestic thriller lovers.
The Paris Notebook
Fans of WWII fiction will enjoy this glimpse into the madness of Hilter's Reiche.
The Wildest Sun
Coming of age meets lovely literary fiction in this homage to Hemingway.
A fan favorite with something for everyone who loves WWII fiction.
A wild ride into religious cult psyche that will leave you scratching your head.
last Night at the Hollywood Canteen
Fans of Classic Hollywood will appreciate this LGBTQIA-friendly mystery.
I Heard a Fly Buzz When I Died
An upstairs/downstairs cozy mystery featuring some of America's most family literary figures.
What Wild Women do
Feminist fiction that you won't want to put down.
The Last Drop of Hemlock
Murder mystery fans will appreciate this Jazz Age NYC adventure. #readbook1first