Thanksgiving is over and you know what that means: Christmas is just around the corner. If your holiday wish is to curl up with a cup of tea and a novel about the spirit of the season, you’re in luck. The usual best-selling suspects—and a few surprises—are ready with festive new releases.
The latest book from Kingsbury features a Christmas miracle and a reunion of long-lost lovers, against the backdrop of Nashville.
Vicar Tom Christmas of Thornford Regis, England, must solve the mystery of a poisoned bagpipe player with the help of his bookworm daughter in the latest installment of this charming series.
What does a returned Messiah have to do to get noticed in today’s world? Rob a bank, of course. This refreshing dose of satire will appeal to fans of Christopher Moore’s Lamb.
Two stranded travelers help each other heal past wounds in this touching romance set in Victorian Scotland, the first Christmas novel from veteran inspirational writer Higgs.
Todd, an acclaimed mystery writer, sets his first holiday tale in the early days of World War I, when Lady Elspeth becomes stranded in France just as the German invasion begins.
It wouldn’t be Christmas without a crisis for Alex Cross. This time, he must negotiate a hostage situation that puts an entire family at risk.
In her 10th holiday novel, Perry sweeps readers away to 1857 India, where William Pitt’s future boss gets his first assignment: defending a young orderly against a murder charge.