Sorry I’m late but I’ve been busy all week. Here are the new titles for November. I hope you enjoy them.

I just felt like I was on a treadmill all week. Running errands, cleaning, laundry, shopping and cooking up a storm. At my age it sorta wears me down a little. I hope you enjoy this new crop of books I’m sharing with you.


November 2020:

Week of Nov. 1st   

Leopard’s Rage – A Leopard Novel #13 – Christine Feehan

Judge’s Girls – A Contemporary Novel – Sharina  Harris

A Christmas Resolution – A Novel – Anne Perry

Lawless – A Thriller / Suspense Novel – K’wan

Hidden in Plain Site – A William Warwick Novel #2 – Jeffrey Archer

 Fortune and Glory – Stephanie Plum #27 – Janet Evanovich

Amish Friends “From Scratch” Cookbook – Wanda E. Brunstetter

The Blended Quilt – An Amish Story – Jean Brunstetter & Wanda E. Brunstetter

Week of Nov. 9th.

On Deadly Tides – A Penny Brannigan Mystery #11 – Elizabeth J. Duncan

Head Wounds  –  Kevin Kerney Novel #15 – Michael McGarrity

Everything Changes – Creek Canyon Novel #3 – Catherine Bybee

Without a Brew – Sloan Krause Mystery #4 – Ellie Alexander

Fortune and Glory – Stephanie Plum #25 – Janet Evanovich

Week of Nov. 16th.  

Piece of my Heart – Under Suspicion Mystery #7 – Mary Higgins Clark & Alafair Burke

One of our Own – Gregor Demarkian Novel  – Jane Haddam

The Bright and Breaking Sea – Captain Kit Brightling #1 – Chloe Neill 

Week of Nov. 23rd – 30th 

Egg Shooters – A Cackleberry Club Mystery #9 – Laura Childs

Out of Hounds – A Sister Jane Novel #13 – Rita Mae Brown

Courting can be Killer – Amish Matchmaker Mystery #2 – Amanda Flower

Grave War – Alex Croft Mystery #7 – Kalayna Price

Premeditated Mortar – A Fixer – Upper Mystery #24 – Kate Carlisle

Archangel’s Sun – A Guild Hunter Novel – Nalini Singh

Wolf Untamed – A SWAT Novel – Paige Tyler  

The Awakening – The Dragon Heart Legacy #1 – Nora Roberts

The Malt in Our Stars – A Literary Pub Mystery #3 – Sarah Fox


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3 responses to “Sorry I’m late but I’ve been busy all week. Here are the new titles for November. I hope you enjoy them.

  1. Ellen Rappaport

    You’ve listed One of Our Own by Jane Haddam. The author passed recently and was attempting to finish the last Demarkian book. I’m not sure if her children were editing it or not, but is this her last Demarkian book? I’ve read 20 and this title is not on my list.