Because so many publishers moved books to October, there seems to be a dearth of November releases. Admittedly, publishers have only recently started sending print ARCs, but I'm seeing a lot more January and March releases than November. Here are the few November treasures in my closet. I'm sure readers will mention other titles as well, so check the comments. Please ignore the Vietnamese spammers, the vampire spammers, and the pathetic love-lost ones. I'll try to get rid of their posts as quickly as I catch them, especially the vampire ones with poor grammar.
Gail Honeyman has a lot to answer for. After her novel, Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, everyone has a novel about a woman with issues. Reminds me of Gone Girl and all the "girl" novels with unreliable narrators. In Kristin Bair's Agatha Arch is Afraid of Everything, "A quirky, nervous wreck of a New England mom is forced to face her many fears." Agatha Arch's life shatters when she discovers her husband in their backyard shed giving the local dog walker some heavy petting. Suddenly, Agatha finds herself face-to-face with everything that frightens her... and that's a long list. (Release date is Nov. 10.)