November Reads

I am looking for a really good book that I can sink my teeth into.  I found six titles, below, that interest me but am always on the hunt for a page turner.  I am looking forward to reading After You: A Novel that is Jojo Meyers sequel to one of my all time favorites Me Before You (see review here).  I have always loved Kate Morton’s book and am excited to read her novel The Lake House.  If you missed it, I was mesmerized by Robert Galbraith’s aka J.K. Rowling’s first book in the Cormoran Strike series (review here) and Career of Evil (Cormoran Strike), just released, is the third book in the series.  I hear that Reese Witherspoon has the rights to make In a Dark, Dark Wood into a movie.. so it must be a really good read! What are you reading? Please share any favorites, new or old, in the comments below.  I know I would love to hear what you have been reading and so would many of my blog followers. Thank you in advance!

November Reads | Ridgely's Radar

top row: After You: A Novel  /  In a Dark, Dark Wood  /  The Lake House: A Novel  /  middle row: Black-Eyed Susans: A Novel of Suspense  /  The Sea Keeper’s Daughters (A Carolina Heirlooms Novel)  /  Career of Evil (Cormoran Strike)  /  bottom row:  Come Rain or Come Shine (A Mitford Novel)  /  Wildflower  /  Pretending to Dance: A Novel


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  1. Love Robert Galbraith (of J.K. Rowling) and the Cormoran Strike series. I’m listening to this one on Audible and I’m walking around my house for the last 2 days with my headphones while I make dinner or fold laundry. I would also highly recommend THE BOYS IN THE BOAT: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics by Daniel James Brown. I also listened to this (I live in LA and spend a lot of time in the car or hiking my dog). I’m sure it would be an equally good read. Fascinating story. You get history (Dust bowl, Depression, Nazi’s and the Berlin Olympics), you get sports (who knew rowing is so interesting?!) and you get family (the boys in the boat). I also put the Dark, dark wood on my TBR list. Happy reading! Love your blog!


  1. […] to be given an excuse to move it to the top of my pile.  I have had it on my list (as you can see here and more recently here) ever since hearing that Reese Witherspoon was developing it into a movie […]

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