The Ghost at the Table by Suzanne Berne
Thanksgiving at the New England home of the second of three sisters marks a reunion between the three Fiske sisters--including Cynthia, the youngest, an author writing a book about Mark Twain's daughters--and their long-estranged father, in a portrait of the unraveling of a family, set against the famous nineteenth-century author's own family dysfunction.
Strangers at the Feast by Jennifer Vanderbes
Celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday of 2007, three generations of the Olson family struggle with old grudges, personality clashes and the impending economic crisis while two African-American teens from a nearby housing project embark on a mysterious job that culminates in a violent encounter.
A Catered Thanksgiving by Isis Crawford
When the beautiful Thanksgiving turkey they prepared blows up in their client's face, sending Monty Field to the great dining room in the sky, sisters Bernie and Libby Simmons must convince the Field family that they are not responsible and whip up the real killer.