November 2022 - New Books

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At SHPL, we are thankful for readers!  You make our job so exciting when you tell us about a book you read, talk about books in our various book discussion programs and ask us for book suggestions! Some new November titles are listed below so start placing your holds and have a Happy Thanksgiving!

Sophie Hannah. The Couple at the Table

While on their honeymoon at an exclusive couples-only retreat, Jane receives a chilling note warning her about five other couples present at dinner, setting in motion a murder for which there are no suspects.

Matthew Perry. Friends, Lovers and the Big, Terrible Thing

The beloved Friends star shares candid behind the scenes stories from the legendary sitcom, as well as detailing his own struggles with addiction that threatened to derail his career.

Bono. Surrender: 40 Songs, One Story

One of the music world's most iconic artists writes about his remarkable life for the first time, from his early days growing up in Dublin, to U2s meteoric rise to fame, to his more than 20 years of activism dedicated to the fight against AIDS and extreme poverty.

Madeline Miller. Galatea

In hardcover for the first time, a short story reimagines the Greek myth of Pygmalion and describes how the sculptor brought his gorgeous female statue to life to serve him but didn't expect her to want independence.

Lisa Unger. Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six

While staying at an isolated luxury cabin in the woods with her brother, their spouses and another couple, Hannah finds their dream weekend turning into a nightmare when someone comes looking to exact a payback for deeds long buried, exposing the secrets and lies between them all.

Danielle Steel. The Whittiers

When a devastating tragedy takes their parents from them, the eldest four adult Whittier children must put aside their personal issues and grief to keep the family together and support each other and their two youngest siblings.

Check out the full list here: November Coming Soon

 

Published by on November 01, 2022
Last Modified November 27, 2022