QBD Books of the Month – November Highlights

As we enter November, we are SO EXCITED to announce our newest fiction, non-fiction, and children’s “Book of the Month.” This month, we are featuring “The Spy’s Wife” by Fiona McIntosh, “Love Stories” by Trent Dalton, and “How I Became A Dog Called Midnight” by Ben Miller! 

In today’s blog post, we have written a little bit about them! 

“The Spy’s Wife” by Fiona McIntosh

As polite interactions turn to friendly conversations, Evie and Roger become captivated by each other. When rumours come out of Germany that Hitler may be stirring up war again and local authorities warn against spies, even Evie becomes suspicious of her new suitor. But all is not what it seems.

The Spy’s Wife is a tense, powerful story with a brave and captivating heroine at its heart. With a suspenseful plot and plenty of intrigue, this is a lively, high-stakes historical thriller that will keep you second-guessing until the very end.’ – Better Reading

“Love Stories” by Trent Dalton

Throughout 2021, Dalton pounded city pavements and asked Australians from all walks of life one simple question, “can you please tell me a love story?” From here, the heartfelt, funny, and moving “Love Stories” was born. With reflections on lovers in parks, newlyweds in registry offices, people in bingo halls, and more – these stories demand to be read.

This is a heartfelt, deep, funny, wise and tingly tribute to the greatest thing we will never understand and the only thing we will ever really need: love.

“How I Became A Dog Called Midnight” by Ben Miller

One night, George chases an escaped dog named Midnight into the garden and they both fall into a fountain, magically lit by moonlight. Suddenly, the two have swapped places: George is now a dog, and Midnight is a ten year old boy! Can the two save the day before the clock strikes twelve again, or will they be stuck in each other’s bodies forever?

This is a magical-mishap adventure between a boy and his dog best friend – discover the funny and heartwarming classic storytelling from bestselling author and beloved actor, Ben Miller.

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