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November 2021 Staff Picks

Amee: If the Shoe Fits by Julie Murphy

Recent design school graduate Cindy joins a television reality shows for the job prospects and money. But, she doesn’t plan on falling for the bachelor Henry. A great rom-con for adults of the fairy tale Cinderella.

The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman

This is the second book in the Thursday Murder Club series. Mary suggested the first book The Thursday Murder Club in a previous staff pick and I loved reading it. We have been waiting in anticipation of the second book. The four main characters, Elizabeth, Joyce, Ron, and Ibrahim are residents of a retirement village in England. They work together to solve the murder of a spy. If you enjoy interesting characters and twisty plots, check out the titles. You will not be disappointed.

Karen: Monticello by Sally Cabot Gunning

Life of Martha Jefferson Randolph, daughter of Thomas Jefferson.

Katie: The Last Night in London by Karen White

Taking place between London during the Blitz and present day. A captivating story of friendship but also love and betrayal. A true page turner! If you’ve enjoyed my previous picks of The Book of Lost Names by Kristen Harmel or Kristen Hannah’s The ightingale, you’ll want to read this!

Mary: The Reading List by Sara Nisha Adams

In a London suburb, a list of books is discovered with the heading “Just in case you need it.” While reading the books on the list, a friendship is formed between two very different people. The story shows how books can help get you through difficult times and the role libraries play in communities.

Megan: A Turkey for Thanksgiving by Eve Bunting

My pick this month is one of my favorite picture books. This will definitely

become a family favorite! “Mr. and Mrs. Moose invite all their animal friends for Thanksgiving dinner and the only one missing is Turkey. When they set out to find him, Turkey is quaking with fear because he doesn't realize that his hosts want him at their table, not on it.” –Amazon

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