New Releases – Oct. 20 – 25

Dear Readers,

Fall is in full swing here.  Cold, damp days, crisp nights and glorious colors.  Really the only thing I don’t like about fall is that it is followed closely by Winter.  Here are a few new titles for you to enjoy while sitting inside enjoying a cup of hot cider and a good book.

Happy Reading,

At Bluebonnet Lake – Amanda Cabot – #1 Texas Crossroads – Kate is not ready to slow down, but she respects her grandmother’s request to visit resort where Kate’s grandparents spent a week years ago.  Kate figures she can spend the week and be done with it, but there is something about that handy man…

A Path Made Plain – Lynette Sowell – #2 Season in Pinecraft – Betsy Yoder pours all her time and energy into her bakery.  She is not interesting in another relationship after her heart was broken.  That is until a former Amish man who like motorcycles and leather walks into her bakery.

Deceived – Irene Hannon – Private Justice #3 – 3 years ago Kate Marshall lost her husband and young son.  When she sees a young boy in the mall that looks remarkably like him, she goes to the police.  When they don’t believe her, she turns to a P.I. and what he finds puts her in more danger.

Lila –  Marilynne Robinson – Marilynne returns to Gilead to tell us the story of Lila, a homeless girl who finds herself in the midst of a church that judge those who raised her as unfit to enter their church. 

Lizzy and Jane – Katherine Reay – Lizzy and Jane have had a difficult relationship. Partly because of their age difference and partly because of what happened when their mother died.  Jane now is fighting breast cancer and Elizabeth, as she is now know by, arrives to help.


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