A new month means new fiction to be thankful for! Highlighted here is just a small array of new fiction titles arriving in November. Click for a larger list of new fiction in November or, if you don’t see something exciting and new for you, you may always email firstname.lastname@example.org or call and ask for Fiction/AV/Teen Services to get personalized suggestions.
Moonflower Murders by Anthony Horowitz
Helping run her boyfriend’s small Greek island hotel, a homesick London editor is irresistibly drawn to the story of a murder on the Suffolk coast and the wrongful incarceration of an innocent immigrant.
Before The Coffee Gets Cold by Toshikazu Kawaguchi
At a century-old Tokyo coffee shop rumored to offer patrons the chance to travel back in time, four customers reevaluate their formative life choices.
The Star-Crossed Sisters of Tuscany by Lori Nelson Spielman
Visiting an octogenarian relative in Italy who declares that she will break a family curse that has prevented all second-born daughters from marrying, three second daughters embark on a journey to help their great-aunt fulfill her final wish.
Girls of Brackenhill by Kate Moretti
Increasingly obsessed with uncovering the truth about her older sister’s unsolved disappearance 17 years earlier, Hannah exposes disturbing secrets that threaten her present-day life.
The Golfer’s Carol by Robert Bailey
Contemplating suicide in the face of his shattered dreams, an aspiring pro golfer is approached by the ghost of his successful late friend before commencing four rounds of golf with four champions who impart life-changing lessons.
Written in the Stars by Alexandria Bellefleuer
A lighthearted romance inspired by Pride and Prejudice depicts the experiences of a free-spirited social media astrologer who agrees to a fake relationship with a no-nonsense actuary to appease their respective families.
The Law of Innocence by Michael Connelly Series: Mickey Haller novels, 7
Defense attorney Mickey Haller utilizes his legal team’s resources from behind bars to organize his own defense when he is framed for murder by an unknown adversary. By the best-selling author of the Harry Bosch series.