The 13 Best Books to Pick Up This November
Novelist Jennifer Egan tells a thrilling World War II tale set in Brooklyn, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Mary Oliver offers a collection of her most poignant observations on life and nature, plus more must-reads.
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The Grip of It
288 pages; Farrar, Straus and Giroux
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The novelist weaves insidious, lyrical prose into a chilling take on a marriage’s implosion and sets it in a haunted house whose inhabitants hold as many secrets as the structure itself.
— Natalie Beach, Jordan S. Bonnier, Taylor Lannamann, Jacqueline Neber