Wednesday, November 15, 2023

November's Most Exciting New Books!









Dear Readers,


With Thanksgiving around the corner, we are pleased to offer you a cornucopia of reading delights. Michael Connelly and Patricia Cornwell serve up the latest installments in their beloved series; relative newcomers Rebecca Yarros and Nita Prose also deliver follow-ups to recent favorites. And New Jersey author Lauren Grodstein returns with a historical novel set in the Warsaw Ghetto. Two big memoirs dominate the non-fiction offerings: the much anticipated autobiography by Barbra Streisand and Stephanie Land's follow-up to Maid. And if you're in the mood for some gossip about the British Royal family, you'll want to check out Omid Scobie's Endgame on the 28th. Happy feasting, everyone!


Please note: Items released later in the month may not be in the catalog yet. Check the catalog closer to the release date to place a hold on those titles.






Iron Flame

by Rebecca Yarros

Nov. 7


The sequel to Fourth Wing follows student dragon riders through their brutal second year at Basgiath War College.

Resurrection Walk

by Michael Connelly

Nov. 7


Lincoln Lawyer Mickey Haller enlists the help of Harry Bosch to prove the innocence of a woman convicted of killing her ex-husband.



My Name is Barbra

by Barbra Streisand

Nov. 7


Streisand's journey from Brooklyn to superstardom, told in her own words.


by Stephanie Land

Nov. 7


In this follow-up to The Maid, Land recalls her years as a single mother living in poverty.




by Michael Cunningham

Nov. 14


A platonic love triangle is at the center of this pandemic novel, which visits a family on the same April day in 2019, 2020, and 2021.

UFO: The Inside Story of the US Government's Search for Alien Life—Here and Out There

by Garrett M. Graff

Nov. 14

The story of our national obsession with UFOs and the decades-long search by scientists, the military, and the CIA for proof of alien life.



The Mystery Guest

by Nita Prose

Nov. 28


Molly Gray's dream job as head maid at the Regency Grand Hotel is upended when a celebrity author drops dead in the tearoom.

Unnatural Death

by Patricia Cornwell

Nov. 28


This 27th installment of the Kay Scarpetta series begins with the medical examiner examining the remains of two campers wanted by federal law enforcement.



We Must Not Think of Ourselves

by Lauren Grodstein

Nov. 28


A schoolteacher copes with life in the Warsaw Ghetto by collecting the stories and testimonies of his neighbors.

Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy's Fight for Survival

by Omid Scobie

Nov. 28


A longttime journalist on the Royal beat, Scobie gives a portrait of the turmoil folling the death of Queen Elizabeth II.






The Big Cheese

by Jory John

Nov. 7

The Bad Guys 18:

Look Who's Talking

by Aaron Blabey

Nov. 7


Cat Kid Comic Club 5


by Dav Pilkey

Nov. 28


by Marissa Meyer

Nov. 8







Sound of Freedom

Nov. 14


Nov. 21

Wandavision Season 1

Nov. 28







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