|A rare sunny moment in November, near sunset|
Here, then, is a list of what I've read this month. Though I write this on November 30, it's not likely that I will finish another book before the day's end to be included here. It's a small list--I think the smallest that I've had in years--but I'm not going to beat myself up about it. In chronological order:
5. Hurricane Island by Ellen Meeropol. (not yet released) Ellen Meeropol is my coworker and I was lucky enough to be an early reader for this, her second novel. A weather data specialist is abducted by the FBI and Homeland Security from JFK airport and transported to a tiny offshore detention center to be held for questioning regarding a terrorist threat. (Sorry, no image available yet!)
And now if you'll excuse me, I'm off to read. Mostly for work, but I cross my fingers in the hope that it will also be for pleasure. What about you and your favorite November reads?