Globe & Mail Bestsellers-Fiction-November 2019

November 23, 2019

1. The Testaments, Margaret Atwood

The wait is over.

2. The Guardians, John Grisham

They killed one lawyer twenty-two years ago, and they will kill another one without a second thought.

3. The Family Upstairs, Lisa Jewell

Page-turning look inside one family’s past.

4. The Institute, Stephen King

The most riveting and unforgettable story of kids confronting evil.

5. Blue Moon, Lee Child

Suddenly Reacher finds himself a wanted man.

6. The Christmas Party, Karen Swan

It’s each woman for herself.

7. The Night Fire, Michael Connelly

Harry Bosch and LAPD Detective Renee Ballard come together again.

8. Cilka’s Journey, Heather Morris

Cilka’s journey illuminates the resilience of the human spirit.

9. Twisted Twenty-Six, Janet Evanovich

This isn’t just another case. This is family.

10. Where the Crawdads Sing, Delia Owens

An exquisite ode to the natural world.

November 16, 2019

1. The Testaments, Margaret Atwood

The wait is over.

2. The Guardians, John Grisham

They killed one lawyer twenty-two years ago, and they will kill another one without a second thought.

3. The Family Upstairs, Lisa Jewell

Page-turning look inside one family’s past.

4. Blue Moon, Lee Child

Suddenly Reacher finds himself a wanted man.

5. The Christmas Party, Karen Swan

It’s each woman for herself.

6. The Starless Sea, Erin Morgenstern

A timeless love story set in a secret underground world.

7. The Institute, Stephen King

The most riveting and unforgettable story of kids confronting evil.

8. The Night Fire, Michael Connelly

Harry Bosch and LAPD Detective Renee Ballard come together again.

9. Final Option, Clive Cussler

The ultimate game of cat and mouse.

10. Cilka’s Journey, Heather Morris

Cilka’s journey illuminates the resilience of the human spirit.

November 8, 2019

1. Blue Moon, Lee Child

Suddenly Reacher finds himself a wanted man.

2. The Testaments, Margaret Atwood

The wait is over.

3. The Guardians, John Grisham

They killed one lawyer twenty-two years ago, and they will kill another one without a second thought.

4. The Christmas Party, Karen Swan

It’s each woman for herself.

5. The Night Fire, Michael Connelly

Harry Bosch and LAPD Detective Renee Ballard come together again.

6. The Institute, Stephen King

The most riveting and unforgettable story of kids confronting evil.

7. Agent Running in the Field, John Le Carre

A chilling portrait of our time.

8. Cilka’s Journey, Heather Morris

Cilka’s journey illuminates the resilience of the human spirit.

9. The Shape of Family, Shilpi Somaya Gowda

An intimate portrayal of four individuals as they grapple with what it means to be a family.

10. The Dutch House, Ann Patchett

A moving story that explores the indelible bond between two siblings.

November 1, 2019

1. The Testaments, Margaret Atwood

The wait is over.

2. The Guardians, John Grisham

They killed one lawyer twenty-two years ago, and they will kill another one without a second thought.

3. The Night Fire, Michael Connelly

Harry Bosch and LAPD Detective Renee Ballard come together again.

4. Agent Running in the Field, John Le Carre

A chilling portrait of our time.

5. The Institute, Stephen King

The most riveting and unforgettable story of kids confronting evil.

6. Cilka’s Journey, Heather Morris

Cilka’s journey illuminates the resilience of the human spirit.

7. What Happens in Paradise, Elin Hilderbrand

Secret lives and new loves emerge in the bright Caribbean sunlight.

8. Many Rivers to Cross, Peter Robinson

Alan Banks must find the truth about a murder with possible racial overtones.

9. The Last Train to London, Meg Waite Clayton

A pre-World War II-era story.

10. The Turn of the Key, Ruth Ware

An unputdownable thriller from the Agatha Christie of our time.

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