A BOOK IS BORN - NOVEMBER 2020

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A BOOK IS BORN - NOVEMBER 2020

1Carol420
Edited: Oct 22, 2020, 2:53pm



LOOK WHO’S BACK WITH OUR NEW BOOKS !!!

A BOOK IS BORN

NOVEMBER 2020

NOVEMBER 3

Hidden In Plain Sight - Jeffrey Archer
William Warwick Chronicles Book # 2 – November 3
For: Andrew & Eadie


Christmas Resolution - Anne Perry
Christmas series Book #18 – November 3
For: ColinMichaelFelix


Shadow Sands - Robert Bryndza
Kate Marshall series Book #2 – November 3
For: Eadie


A Galway Epiphany - Ken Bruen
Jack Taylor series Book #16 – November 3
For: Carol


The Dirty South - John Connolly
Charlie Parker series Book #18 – November 3
For: Carol & Lynda

NOVEMBER 10

The Law of Innocence - Michael Connelly
Lincoln Lawyer series Book #7 – November 10
For: Carol ,Lynda, Eadie, Gayle, Brenda, ColinMichaelFelix


Marader - Clive Cussler & Boyd Morrison
Oregon Files series Book #15 – November 10
For: Carol, Lynda, Eadie, Andrew, Sergei, Gayle, Brenda


The Kingdom Jo Nesbo – November 10
For: Eadie

NOVEMBER 17

Daylight - David Baldacci
Atlee Pine series Book#3 – November 17
For: Carol, Lynda, Eadie, Andrew ColinMichaelFelix


Piece of My Heart - Alafair Burk & Mary Higgins Clark
Under suspicion series Book #7 – November 17
For: Andrew


Someone To Watch Over Me - Ace Atkins
Robert B Parkers’s Spencer series – November 17
For: ColinMichaelFelix


Murder of Innocence – James Patterson (Non Fiction)
Murder Is Forever series Book # 5 - November 17
For: ColinMichaelFelix


The Short, The Long and The Tall - Jeffrey Archer
A collection – November 17
For: Andrew & Eadie

NOVEMBER 23

Deadly Cross - James Patterson
Alex Cross series Book #28 – November 23
For: ColinMichaelFelix

NOVEMBER 24

War Lord - Bernard Cornwell
Last Kingdom series Book #13 – November 24
For:Brenda & Andrew


Balkan Glory - Julian Stockwin
Thomas Kydd series Book #23 – November 24
For: Andrew

NOVEMBER 25

How To Raise An Elephant - Alexander McCall Smith
No.1 Ladies Detective Agency series Book #21 – November 25
For: Andrew & Sergei



NOVEMBER READS FOR EVERYONE

NOVEMBER 1
The Innocent Dead- Lin Anderson
Rhona MacLeod series Book #15 – November 1

The Ghost Tree - M.R.C. Kasasian
Betty Church Mystery series Book #3 – November 1

NOVEMBER 3
Hard Cold Winter - Glen Erik Hamilton
Van Shaw series Book #2 – November 3

The Hidden Hours - Sara Foster – November 3

NOVEMBER 10
Moonflower Murders - Anthony Horowitz
Magpie Murder series Book #2 – November 10

Head Wounds - Michael McGarrity
Kevin Kerney series Book #14 – November 10

Anonymous – Elizabeth Breck NEW SERIES
Madison Kelley series Book #1 – November 10

Absence of Mercy - S.M. Goodwin - NEW SERIES
Lightner & Law Mystery series Book #1 – November 10

NOVEMBER 17
Shadow of The Dragon – Marc Cameron
Jack Ryan series – November 17

Do Not Disturb - Claire Douglas – November 17

V2 - Robert Harris – November 17

NOVEMBER 24
Dark Tides – Phillipa Gregory
Fairmile series Book #2 (historical) – November 24

2EadieB
Oct 25, 2020, 1:09pm

Here's a few new ones from NetGalley that I am going to read for November:

Shallow Ground by Andy Maslen
to be published 10 Nov 2020 by Amazon Publishing UK

Description
Detective Ford has a cold-blooded killer to catch. But can he escape his own dark secrets?
Barely a month since his promotion to Inspector, DI Ford is called in to investigate the murder of a young nurse and her son in a small flat in Salisbury. There are few clues, and no apparent motive, but Ford can sense that there’s a serial killer at work. After all, he knows from brutal personal experience how killers cover their tracks…
It’s been six years since Ford lost his wife in a climbing accident—an accident he caused. He is desperate to keep the truth hidden, especially from his son, Sam. But Ford’s new partner, Dr Hannah Fellowes, is a crime scene investigator with a ruthlessly analytical mind, and as they work together to track down the killer, his crippling guilt is compounded by fear of exposure.
When instinct leads him towards a high-profile suspect, his superiors’ warnings just make him more determined to connect impulse and fact. But can Ford hold it all together—the case, his life—long enough to stop the killer?

The Push by Claire McGowan -
to be published 12 Nov 2020 by Amazon Publishing UK

Description
From the bestselling author of What You Did comes a stunning psychological thriller. One party. Thirteen people. By 3.02 p.m., one of them will be dead.
The party should have been perfect: six couples from the same baby group, six newborns, a luxurious house. But not everything has gone to plan, and while some are here to celebrate, others have sorrows to drown. When someone falls from the balcony of the house, the secrets and conflicts within the group begin to spill out …
DS Alison Hegarty, herself struggling with infertility, is called in to investigate. She’s convinced the fall was not an accident, and finds the new parents have a lot to hide. Wealthy Ed and Monica show off their newborn while their teenage daughter is kept under virtual house arrest. Hazel and Cathy conceived their longed-for baby via an anonymous sperm donor—or so Hazel thinks. Anita and Jeremy planned to adopt from America, but there’s no sign of the child. Kelly, whose violent boyfriend disrupted previous group sessions, came to the party even though she lost her baby. And then there’s Jax, who’s been experiencing strange incidents for months—almost like someone’s out to get her. Is it just a difficult pregnancy? Or could it be payback for something she did in the past?
It’s a nightmare of a case, and as events get even darker it begins to look impossible. Only one thing is clear: they all have something to hide. And for one of them, it’s murder.

3Sergeirocks
Nov 24, 2020, 5:47am

A nice quiet month for me, only a few to add to the ever growing list, 😉.

4Carol420
Nov 24, 2020, 11:34am

>3 Sergeirocks: You do have a December one by Andrea Camilleri. This should be his last unless someone else is writting them and using his name. Robin Cook had been dead for 3 years and his name was still appearing on his books that were written after he died.

5Sergeirocks
Dec 1, 2020, 5:39pm

>4 Carol420: I keep hoping his translator (Stephen Sartarelli) will take up the baton and continue writing the Montalbano books.

6Carol420
Dec 2, 2020, 9:17am

>5 Sergeirocks: Maybe he already is and just hasn't taken his name off????

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