Some people cringe to see Christmas stuff this early, but some of us love it! (You may have guessed I’m in the latter group.) For those of us who really like to indulge in the Christmas spirit, here’re some of the new holiday titles coming out this fall.
Beth Harbison’s A Shoe Addict’s Christmas A woman finds herself locked in a department store on Christmas Eve, surrounded by Manolo Blahniks, Jimmy Choos, Chanel slippers, and Prada riding boots, as well as several “ghosts” of the past, present and future kind.
Richard Paul Evans’s The Mistletoe Secret (Mistletoe Christmas) is about two people who brave loneliness and loss to find love.
Joanne Fluke’s Christmas Caramel Murder Hannah Swenson is back and baking, this time all the goodies for the town’s production of “A Christmas Carol.” And guess what! Someone dies, but you guessed that, right?
Anne Perry’s A Christmas Message presents a breathtaking mystery set during a trip to Jerusalem for the holidays in 1900.
Karen Kingsbury’s A Baxter Family Christmas is the start of a new series bringing two families together in the aftermath of a terrible tragedy and in the midst of an unfolding love story, all with the help of a very special child.
Debbie Macomber’s Twelve Days of Christmas Continuing Macomber’s holiday romance tradition, friendly, bubbly Julia likes everyone except her Scrooge of a neighbor, Cain Maddox. How long can that last when it’s almost Christmas?
Mary Alice Monroe’s A Lowcountry Christmas brings a splintered family together when 10-year-old Miller McClellan thinks it will be the worst Christmas ever, especially after his wounded warrior brother returns with PTSD.
Willie Nelson’s Pretty Paper Based on his well-loved Christmas song by the same name, Willie tells the tale of a legless man who sells wrapping paper in front of a department store. Tom formed a country band while still in high school, including his beloved wife Marla. The band breaks up after one big hit, Marla runs off, Tom loses his legs, but…there’s a happy ending.
David Rosenfelt’s The Twelve Dogs of Christmas Andy Carpenter is back and, as much as he hates it, he’s forced to take on a new legal case. Could a dog-lover really be guilty of murder?