Top Ten Tuesday: Thanksgiving Books We’ve Reviewed

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Happy Thanksgiving from everyone at Long and Short Reviews!

I wanted to highlight some of the many books set during Thanksgiving that we’ve reviewed over the years because my family has a tradition of including some quiet reading time for bookish family members after the big meal is eaten and the leftovers are put away.

It’s a nice way to give us introverts a little time to decompress before gathering together again to tell funny family stories, have friendly competitions over board games, and participate in other group activities we like to do while digesting the delicious meal we just ate.

This list is arranged by genre because I enjoy reading Thanksgiving-themed stories at this time of the year. I included twelve books in this post because, just like any good Thanksgiving get-together, there’s always room for a last-minute guest or two!

Erotic Romance

Naomi’s Sexy Thanksgiving by Ruby Stallion



The Firefighter’s Thanksgiving Wish by Anna J Stewart

A McClendon Thanksgiving by Sean D. Young


Mystery & Suspense 
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The Killer Wore Cranberry: A Sixth Scandalous Serving by J. Alan Hartman (editor)

Howling Bloody Murder by Susan Owens Wright

The Killer Wore Cranberry: A Fifth Course of Chaos by Edited by J. Alan Hartman

From Hay to Eternity: Ten Devilish Tales of Crime and Deceit by Sandra Murphy

The Killer Wore Cranberry: A Second Helping by Various

The Pecan Pie Affair by T. Lee Harris


Young Adult 

How to Catch a Turkey by Adam Wallace

Fangsiving by Ethan Long


Science Fiction 

Black Friday by Alex Irvine


What are your favorite Thanksgiving traditions?


  1. Oh, I need to check out The killer wore cranberry! They look like so much fun!

  2. Oh, I haven’t read any of these yet, but they sound like fun! Your Thanksgiving traditions seem fun, hope you’ll have a nice Thanksgiving this year!

  3. I haven’t heard of any of these, but they sound fun!

  4. I love the idea of having a family reading session after dinner!

  5. Jessica @ a GREAT read says

    Ooh nice ones! These are all new to me ones!

    Thanks for visiting my TTT!

  6. Love the idea to break these down by genre! Happy TTT and happy thanksgiving 🙂

  7. I love this list! Now I have more books to add to my TBR 🙂 Happy TTT!

  8. What a cool idea! I like hearing how different people spend the Thanksgiving holiday. And I also like the idea of a Thanksgiving- themed mystery or suspense book- that would be lots of fun!

  9. I am going to have a look at your mystery and suspense section. What a clever spin! Well done!

    Elza Reads

  10. I like your spin on the topic, don’t think I’ve ever read anything set around Thanksgiving!

    • Thank you very much. Yes, there don’t seem to be as many books set around Thanksgiving as there are, say, at Halloween or Christmas.

  11. It’s amazing you could do a whole book on Thanksgiving books. I don’t know if I’ve ever read one (except maybe a picture book).

  12. What a great idea for this week’s topic! Happy Thanksgiving!

  13. What a fun list! And these are all new to me, so thank you for sharing them. <3

  14. Didn’t know there were many books that have a Thanksgiving scene/feature, but that’s great. More stories should. 🙂 Appreciate your visit to Finding Wonderland on this week. Thanks!

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