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Someone Else's Love Story - November 2013

The Things You Can Read: Review: Bellman Black by Diane Setterfield

Afraid, by Jack Kilborn. Click on the cover to read the review of this title by Eric. This review was also featured in the Chronicle Journal Newspaper.

The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield. The reclusive author Vida Winter has spent the last six decades creating alternative lives for herself. But now, as she succumbs to terminal illness, she summons Margaret Lea, an amateur biographer, to tell her last, true story. This is a fabulous gothic mystery, complete with ghosts, governesses, and a decrepit manor house, and it's a fantastically rich story to boot!

The White Devil by Justin Evans. Seventeen-year-old Andrew Taylor has been sent to a British boarding school, which is also haunted by the ghost of a long-dead student. Click on the cover to read the Waukegan Library's full review!

The 7 best novels of 2013 - The Winter Witch

The Lovely Bones, by Alice Sebold. Click on the cover to read the review of this title by Lori.

The Island of Lost Maps: a True Story of Cartographic Crime By Miles Harvey. Click on the cover to read the review of this title by Jesse. This review was also featured in the Chronicle Journal Newspaper.

If You Could See Me Now, by Cecilia Ahern. Click on the cover to read the review of this title by Lori.

Wicked Business, by Janet Evanovich. Click on the cover to read the review of this title by Lori.

I picked this book up because of the positive quote from Susanna Kearsley on the front cover. She did not steer me wrong. I loved this book. Part ghost story, part romance, and part mystery. A wonderful, compelling read with great characters and an evocative setting.