The 10 best books you'll want to read this December, according to Amazon's editors
- Each month, Amazon's book editors add a batch of new releases to the Best Books of the Month section, which serves as a convenient resource for readers throughout the year.
- This December, you'll find 10 great reads, from exhilarating spy novels and epic historical stories to raw memoirs.
- Check out this month's top picks, with short summaries provided by Amazon's book editor, Erin Kodicek.
The year 2019 is approaching its curtain call. During a stressful time marked by limited daylight, holiday shopping, and somber weather, literary escapism is certainly warranted - and as a new Insider Picks fellow, I found solace in a good book after spending weeks scouring Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals for our readers.Just in time for the holiday season, the Amazon Books team has selected its favorite reads of December, concluding the Best Books of the Month section for this year.
Keep reading to see this month's book selection below. To view the complete breakdown of Amazon's Best Books of 2019, visit amazon.com/bestbooks2019.Captions have been provided by Erin Kodicek, editor of books and Kindle at Amazon.com.
"Such A Fun Age" by Kiley Reid
"Once More To The Rodeo" by Calvin HennickAdvertisement
"Children Of Virtue And Vengeance" by Tomi Adeyemi
"Under Occupation" by Alan FurstAdvertisement
"The Playground" by Jane Shemilt
"Labyrinth Of Ice" by Buddy LevyAdvertisement
"Anyone" by Charles Soule
"All That's Bright And Gone" by Eliza NellumsAdvertisement
"Land Of Tears" by Robert Harms
"Regretting You" by Colleen HooverAdvertisement
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