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Fall Fiction Fun

As the leaves start to change colors and the weather (hopefully) turns a bit cooler, it’s the perfect season to curl up with a blanket and a good book.  Our staffing specialists have some fall fiction favorites picked out just for you to dive into before winter hits.

All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr is CFO/COO Greta’s pick.  It’s an award-winning book that nabbed both the Pulizer Prize and Andrew Carnegie Medal in the same year.  It’s a tale about a blind French girl and German boy whose paths cross in France during World War II.  Next up on her list? A Man Called OVE by Fredrik Backman, which was also made into a movie.

Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers is recommended by staffing specialist Ashley.  Set in the 1850’s in California’s gold country, this is a story of unconditional love.

One Perfect Lie by Lisa Scottoline is what staffing guru Lindsey Curtis just finished reading.  This novel by a best-selling author will keep you on your toes! Described as a suburban crime emotional thriller that has killer twists.

The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins and Two By Two by Nicholas Sparks are the two books our newest recruiter, Tori Taylor, is torn between.  The Girl on the Train, which is now a major motion picture, has been described as highly addicting.  If you read and enjoyed Gone Girl, this book’s for you.  Two by Two is the story of a dad with a seemingly perfect life that gets turned upside down.

The Lying Game by Ruth Ware is the book that Amber, our Division Manager of Accounting and Heathcare, plans to dive into this fall.  It follows four inseparable best friends who lie to everyone but each other.  It’s a chilling thriller that’s sure to keep you on the edge.

So, what’s on your fall fiction list?  Have you read any of the staff picks above?  Comment on TGHR’s social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn) and let us know which book you’ll curl up with this fall.

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