First, a couple of suggestions:
Once the dust settles from your fall return to routines, you might find yourself looking for something to read. I'll start you off with a few recommendations that are on MY list:
This 10th installment in Penny's fabulous Inspector Gamache mystery series is one I'm eagerly awaiting! The scheduled publication date was August 26, so get your name on the hold list if you're already a fan. If you haven't read this series, start at the beginning with Still Life. Penny's novels are perfect for curling up with on a crisp fall day. You'll get to know the tiny Quebec town of Three Pines and its eccentric and realistically drawn inhabitants. Throughout the series, these characters will feel like old friends, and I was thrilled to discover that there would be a tenth title! Although it is a mystery series, you don't have to be a dedicated mystery reader to enjoy these novels, which will also appeal to fans of Canadian fiction who enjoy strong characters and a vivid sense of place.
I've always loved discovering new authors through debut novels. Just think of how difficult it is to get published with a first novel these days--having positive reviews for a debut novel is a sure sign of quality! This title caught my eye based on its summary in the catalogue:
Enchanting, beautifully written, and exquisitely suspenseful, The Miniaturist is a magnificent story of love and obsession, betrayal and retribution, appearance and truth.
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And that's not all...
Here are some more fall reading lists from around the web: