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Awards & Recognition Press Play on these November LibraryReads

This month’s LibraryReads on audio are full of fun, inspiring, and insightful listens that are sure to drive your TBR pile! See the full list of November 2020 LibraryReads picks here.

#1 November Pick

Miss Benson's Beetle
Author: Rachel Joyce
Read by: Juliet Stevenson
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From the bestselling author of The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry comes an uplifting, irresistible novel about two women on a life-changing adventure, where they must risk everything, break all the rules, and discover their best selves—together.

Why try the audio? Juliet Stevenson is the recipient of an Laurence Olivier Award. In her AudioFile Earphones Award-winning performance of The Paying Guests, she “never hesitates to modulate her tone, adjust her pace, or employ a deliberate pause to bring the listener in closer. An authentic, stirring performance.”

The Boy Toy
Author: Nicola Marsh
Read By: Shiloh Gray and Nathaniel Black
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A woman ready to give up on love meets her match in a man she never expected to fall for in this heartwarming and steamy new romantic comedy by USA Today bestselling author Nicola Marsh.
The Office of Historical Corrections

The award-winning author of Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self brings her signature voice and insight to the subjects of race, grief, apology, and American history.

Why try the audio? THE OFFICE OF HISTORICAL CORRECTIONS is read by a full cast of fabulous actors that will bring these thought-provoking stories to life.

The Star-Crossed Sisters of Tuscany

A trio of second-born daughters sets out on a whirlwind journey through the lush Italian countryside to break the family curse that says they’ll never find love, by New York Times bestseller Lori Nelson Spielman, author of The Life List.

Why try the audio?
Audio praise for Narrator Carlotta Brentan: “The use of authentic and consistent accents is essential to this globe-trotting work, and while all of the narrators are successful at using multiple accents, Carlotta Brentan as Irina stands out.”—Booklist starred review (The Secrets We Kept)

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