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Top 5 Of New November Books For Your Self-Time

Happy Thanksgiving! Traditions is what holds us together, turkey or no turkey. But when celebrations are over and family time ends with a screening of old good movie, there's a time for your cozy bedtime reading. The year draws to its end and your reading list has, no doubts, grown extremely long but we have another batch of worthy titles to add. Just look through our Top 5 of new November releases:

Cover of Before we say goodbye by Toshikazu Kawaguchi

by Toshikazu Kawaguchi

If you're familiar with the bestselling Before the Coffee Gets Cold Series, take a look at the fourth part following a new group of customers in a magical time-traveling Tokyo café. This time we meet The Husband with Something Important Left to Say, The Woman Who Couldn’t Bid Her Dog Farewell, The Woman Who Couldn’t Answer a Proposal, and The Daughter Who Drove Her Father Away. Together with them the reader will have a chance to contemplate on what would they change if they could travel back in time.

by Nita Prose

Classic murder mystery is always on demand, so follow the investigation by Molly Gray, the protagonist of the previous novel The Maid. Molly is promoted to the Head Maid at the five-star Regency Grand Hotel. But the trouble starts when J.D. Grimthorpe, the world-renowned mystery author, drops dead on the tea room floor. When Molly's old foe, Detective Stark, starts investigation, he soon files a list of suspects, Molly included. Molly has known the victim long time ago when she worked in his house together with her Gran, so she starts digging for the murder clues in the past.

by Mitch Albom

If you're in search for something touching and profound, this novel will truly make an impact on you. Eleven-year-old Nico never told a lie but he was deceived by a Nazi officer who promised to save his family after the Nazis envaded Salonika in Greece. Nico only had to convince his fellow Jewish families to board the trains to safe 'new homes', so every day he stood on the platform reassuring that the journey is safe when actually all of them were transported to Auschwitz. Only when on the last day Nico saw that his family was also put on the train, he understood what he has done and stopped telling the truth for good becoming a pathological lier.

by Tess Gerritsen

It's a new fashion to feature wise and witty seniors who outsmart the criminal world. It started with the RED movie, then there came The Thursday Murder Club, and now we present you with the first novel in The Martini Club series. A former spy Maggie is eager to settle down in a small town of Purity in Maine, only to find a body in her driveyard. She understands that her past has got her and calls for her old friends - all former CIA - to help to find who wants her dead and why.

by Brian Johnson

In this non-fiction edition, the author claims that this book will definitely change your life. Certain training techniques will enable you to gain the ability to transmute your biggest problems, your darkest days, into unstoppable courage, endless enthusiasm, and an unshakable faith in the future. Eager to try?


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