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Christmas in Sweetbriar Cove: A Holiday Collection (affiliate link)
Celebrate the holidays in Sweetbriar Cove with this festive romance collection, containing two sizzling small-town holiday stories – perfect for fans of Tessa Bailey, Sophie Kinsella, and Lucy Score.
In HOLIDAY KISSES… Grumpy writer Dash is looking for peace and quiet on Cape Cod to finish his new script over the holidays, but he wasn’t betting on inn-keeper Ellie and the local Starbright festival to give him a jolt of festive inspiration.
In FROM THIS MOMENT… Florist Rose is nursing a broken heart for the holidays, until she teams up with local bachelor Nick to compete in the annual Sweetbriar Cove Scavenger Hunt, and discovers that romance might be the perfect holiday prize!
There’ll be plenty of kisses under the mistletoe in these feel-good romance reads!
Mystery Comes in Waves (Paige Comber Mystery Book 3) (affiliate link)
August has rolled around and summer is definitely heating up. Seaside is hosting a bake off, but after a series of cooking disasters, things just might take a dark (chocolate) turn.
Join all your old Seaside friends for another trip to the island in book three of the Paige Comber Mysteries!
The Art of Murder: Mysteries from the Antique Store (affiliate link)
A new antique store, a new painting, and Old Man Foster falling off of the roof.
Juniper had bought the old craft store from Mrs. Horwitz and was nearly ready to open her very own antique store. Junie was always on the lookout for old and unique antiques. Mr. Fluffster and Spot enjoy running around the store, but they especially enjoy their new sleeping spot on the 18th century chaise lounge.
At the funeral of Old Man Foster, high school friend, now Sheriff, Chase Adler reveals that his death may not have been an accident.
Horror Movie A Day: The Book (affiliate link)
Mistletoe Mobster (The Very Merry Mob Book 1) (affiliate link)
I’m all set for a quiet holiday season.
Then a handsome mobster drips blood through my bookshop.
Fair enough, he’s not being sloppy—there’s a stab wound in his side. And once I get past his stormy eyes and his dangerous smile, I’m not scared of the mobster.
I like him.
Color me charmed when he stands guard outside my shop every day. And when he helps me hang the mistletoe? Forget it.
But this isn’t like the cozy romance stories on my bookshop shelves. The mobster brings trouble, and now there’s a target on my back.
He swears he’ll protect me, no matter the cost.
But who’s protecting my heart?
Steam & Aether Books 1-3 (affiliate link)
When Sergeant Ripley Coulter gets pulled from the dominant online war zone into an alternate reality, he finds himself in a world of primitive technology with vacuum tubes, steam engines and airships.
Here, London is Ethinium, England is Umbria and Coulter is the only person with an implanted neural gaming chip. He joins the Royal Venture Society, helps explore the city’s steam vaults, fights evil forces corrupting the world . . . and falls in love.
Don’t miss this thrilling steampunk gamelit adventure! Veteran science fiction and military fantasy author, two-time Kindle Scout winner Jaxon Reed presents an exciting all-new series set in a fantastic gaslamp universe.
The seven heroines of the Daring Debutantes Collection set out to conquer London’s glittering high society and marriage mart. These headstrong women cannot help but keep the most wanted bachelors dangling on a string, but will they find a husband or lose themselves in the game?
Henrietta (Book 1): With some unexpected wealth, Henrietta embarks on a quest to win over London’s high society—and the heart of Lord Beau Reckford.
Molly (Book 2): A precocious American upstart spurns Lord David Manley, the most eligible bachelor in town.
Penelope (Book 3): Golden-haired and fresh from the country, Penelope has stolen the heart of a desirable earl—but keeping him is another matter . . .
Christmas at the Amish Market (affiliate link)
Wesley is so busy running his family’s Amish market at the holidays, he barely has time for Liesl, the young woman he’s been courting for years. When she suggests her aunt Jenny could help Wesley out, he agrees to the plan. But Liesl neglected to mention her aunt is only twenty-six years old—and as charming as she is hard-working.
Jenny, still healing after a painful breakup, welcomes the distraction of working at the market. She soon realizes Wesley is everything she ever dreamed a man could be. But how can Jenny even think about romance with the man Liesl expects to marry?
But Liesl’s own feelings are more complicated than she’s willing to admit. With humor, faith, and a little help from their friends in the community, everyone might just find what their hearts are looking for this Christmas at the Amish market.
John le Carré: The Biography (affiliate link)
In this authorized biography, Adam Sisman reveals the man behind John le Carré’s bestselling persona. Looking behind the pseudonym, Sisman shines a spotlight on David Cornwell, an expert at hiding in plain sight—“born to lying,” he wrote in 2002, “bred to it, trained to it by an industry that lies for a living, practiced in it as a novelist.”
Sisman probes Cornwell’s unusual upbringing, abandoned by his mother at the age of only five and raised by his con man father (when not in prison). He explores Cornwell’s background in British intelligence, as well as his personal life and struggle to become a writer. Sisman has benefited from unfettered access to le Carré’s private archive, talked to the most important people in his life, and interviewed the man himself at length.
This multigenerational saga follows the Kent family in their pursuit of a better future in the expanding United States amid deceit, passion, and violence. From the brutal Battle of the Alamo to the bloody Civil War, their fate is intertwined with the course of American history in these three volumes of the series.
The Furies: Spanning from 1836 to 1852, the fourth Kent Family novel opens with Amanda Kent just escaping the massacre at the Alamo. Brazen and focused, she works to make a new life for herself during the California Gold Rush, and she’s willing to risk everything to restore her family’s name . . .
The Titans: In the hellish years of the Civil War, while the nation struggles with its identity, the Kent family fights greed and hatred. In New York, devious Louis Kent controls the family dynasty—now on the verge of collapse. Meanwhile, his cousin Jephtha Kent backs the abolitionist cause even though it may cost him his sons . . .
The Intruders: A Jake Grafton Novel (affiliate link)
Fighter pilot Jake Grafton is adrift following combat in Vietnam. With no place in the States to call home, Grafton sticks to what he knows best: taking on the world’s most treacherous skies from the cockpit of a Grumman A-6 Intruder.
Now, stationed in the South Pacific on the U.S.S. Columbia, Grafton must teach the Marines aboard the art of flying from an aircraft carrier—a mission that, thanks to the unruly Marine Captain Le Beau, is as joyless as it is dangerous. But when an unexpected enemy appears from above, Grafton and Le Beau must put aside their differences and work together to save the lives of all onboard.
The first three novels in the award–winning medieval mystery series featuring the Welsh monk, herbalist, and crime-solver.
Benedictine monk Brother Cadfael, “wily veteran of the Crusades,” has a deep knowledge of herbalism he picked up in the Holy Land, and a skill for observing human nature—both blessings in dire situations (Los Angeles Times). This volume includes the first three books in the series that earned its author a CWA Silver Dagger Award:
A Morbid Taste for Bones
At Shrewsbury Abbey, Brother Cadfael tends herbs and vegetables in the garden—but now there’s a more pressing matter. He is to serve as translator for a group of monks heading to a Welsh town to collect the holy remains of Saint Winifred, which Prior Robert hopes will boost the abbey’s reputation as well as his own. But when they arrive in Gwytherin, some object to disturbing the grave—and one of them is killed by an arrow. Some believe Saint Winifred herself delivered the deadly blow, but Brother Cadfael knows better . . .