11 best books of November, according to Amazon's editors

What are the best books to pick up this month? From fiction to nonfiction, Amazon's editors suggest the titles that they believe are the cream of the crop.

By , Staff writer

2. 'Sweet Tooth,' by Ian McEwan

"Atonement" writer McEwan follows voracious reader Serena Frome in his newest novel. During the Cold War, M15 formulates a plan to give money to writers whose ideas are acceptable to the government and recruits Serena to enter the literary group of a writer named Tom Haley. As Serena falls in love with Tom, she must decide whether to betray Tom or her cause. Serena "was somebody I felt like I could have known," says Nelson. "Sweet Tooth" is "definitely in the 'Atonement' mold.... this is a big, kind of sweeping story of an era."

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