The November LibraryReads List was announced this morning, and we are very pleased to have a favorite from Soho Crime in the top ten. Remember, eGalleys are still available: Click to prepare for your November Readers’ Advisory.

Jane and the Twelve Days of Christmas: Being a Jane Austen Mystery
by Stephanie Barron
Soho Crime

“Jane, her sister Cassandra, and her mother are spending Christmas with her brother’s family at Steventon Parsonage. They’re invited to visit the Vyne, where the weather and then a murder (or two) keep them houseguests. Jane’s personality and all of those around her shine throughout this story. I’m now planning to start back at the beginning of the series.”—Kim Storbeck, Timberland Regional Library, Tumwater, WA

Also a pick for our colleagues at Penguin:

The Ship of Brides: A Novel
by Jojo Moyes
Penguin

“Moyes presents a different take on the war bride novel, telling the story of four Australian women who must travel to their husbands in England at the end of World War II. It is a difficult journey under the best circumstances, but for the 650 brides making the trip, it is almost unbearable. These four are the last of the brides to be shipped out on an aircraft carrier.” —Ilene Lefkowitz, Denville Public Library, Denville, NJ

For more info about the program, visit LibraryReads.org.

The November LibraryReads List was announced this morning, and we are very pleased to have three titles in the Top Ten. Remember, eGalleys are still available: Click to prepare for your October Readers’ Advisory.</p> <p></span></div> <p>The <a href=” alt=”” />November LibraryReads List was announced this morning, and we are very pleased to have a title we really loved in the Top Ten. Remember, eGalleys are still available: Click to prepare for your November Readers’ Advisory.

Jane and the Twelve Days of Christmas: Being a Jane Austen Mystery (#9)
by Stephanie Barron
Soho Crime

“Jane, her sister Cassandra, and her mother are spending Christmas with her brother’s family at Steventon Parsonage. They’re invited to visit the Vyne, where the weather and then a murder (or two) keep them houseguests. Jane’s personality and all of those around her shine throughout this story. I’m now planning to start back at the beginning of the series.”—Kim Storbeck, Timberland Regional Library, Tumwater, WA

Also a pick for our colleagues at Penguin:

The Ship of Brides: A Novel (#6)
by Jojo Moyes
Penguin

“Moyes presents a different take on the war bride novel, telling the story of four Australian women who must travel to their husbands in England at the end of World War II. It is a difficult journey under the best circumstances, but for the 650 brides making the trip, it is almost unbearable. These four are the last of the brides to be shipped out on an aircraft carrier.” Ilene Lefkowitz, Denville Public Library, Denville, NJ

For more info about the program, visit LibraryReads.

November LibraryReads Top Ten List Announced!

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