Tis the Season For Holiday Fiction

With a chill in the air, the time is right to start reading joyous and whimsical holiday fiction.  Check out these new titles that are sure to get you into the holiday spirit!

  • She maybe thirty-fifth in line for the throne, but Lady Georgiana Rannoch cannot wait to ring in the New Year...that is until a Christmas killer starts wringing necks.  Part love story, part social commentary, Rhys Bowen's Twelve Clues of Christmas is all fun.

  • Shirley, Goodness, and Mercy are back in Debbie Macomber's Angels at the Table.  With Will, an apprentice angel under their wings, they descend upon Times Square on New Year's Eve to enjoy the festivities.  When Will spots two lonely people in the crowd, he decides the time is right to make a heavenly match.

  • In The Christmas Garland by Anne Perry, the year is 1857, and India is in full scale rebellion.  When a prisoner escapes after a guard is murdered, British medical orderly John is arrested.  His trial is intended to be a show trial only but thanks to some detective work and a Christmas garland, John may receive a holiday miracle.  

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