My Five Favourite November Reads

My 5 Favourite November Reads

I read sixteen books in November and, yes, I was surprised with that total as well. In fact, I demanded a recount!  I found something to enjoy in all the books I read but there were a few that stood out. Links from the titles will take you to my reviews. You can find a list of all the books I’ve read so far in 2020 here.  If we’re not already friends on Goodreads, send me a friend request or follow my reviews.


Hell Gate by Jeff Dawson – the third in the author’s Ingo Finch historical thriller series, this time set in early nineteenth century New York. An intrepid hero, interesting location and a twisty plot that cleverly combines fact and fiction – what more could you want?

How To Belong by Sarah Franklin – a tender story about finding your place in the world set in the Forest of Dean.

The Stasi Game by David Young – if we’re to believe the author, the sixth and last (sob!) in the historical crime series featuring East Germany’s People’s Police officer, Captain Karin Müller.

Three Women and a Boat by Anne Youngson – a trip along the canals of England proves a life-changing experience for two women and the narrowboat’s owner.

Imperfect Alchemist by Naomi Miller – the author transforms historical fact into the engrossing story of Mary Sidney, a remarkable woman clearly ahead of her time.

What were your favourite reads in November? Have you read any of my picks?

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