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Oldies but Goodies! Sweater Weather Reads

Fall is (hopefully!) here to stay which means sweaters, crisp autumn air, changing leaves, warm apple cider and a cozy book.

Check out the books below and click the title to place a hold. Happy Reading!

Lord of the Wings: A Meg Langslow Mystery by Donna Andrews

“It's Halloween in Caerphilly and the town has come up with another festival to bring in the tourists. Meg Langslow is heading up the “Goblin Patrol”, there's trouble at the Haunted House, and body parts are being found at the zoo. Meg is once again called in to save the day and solve the crime.” – Novelist

Great if you like: Mysteries, Humor, Halloween

A Blossom of Bright Light by Suzanne Chazin

“A split-second decision thrusts Detective Jimmy Vega into the epicenter of a disturbing case when a body is found near a gathering place for immigrants in upscale Lake Holly, NY. The cold-bloodedness of the crime and the innocence of the victim torment Vega. But so, too, does the feeling that he’s to blame. Or is he?” – Goodreads

Great if you like: Crime mysteries, Diverse characters, Social issues

A Finely Knit Murder: A Seaside Knitters Mystery by Sally Goldenbaum

"Seaside Knitter Birdie Favazza is thrilled that her granddaughter, Gabby, will be visiting for the fall and attending the Sea Harbor Community Day School. Gabby loves the all-girls school, with its newly adopted progressive curriculum, and she loves that the Seaside Knitters are teaching knitting as part of the enrichment program. It's a huge success, and on crisp autumn days girls camp out on the terraces, knitting hats for charity. But not everyone is happy with the direction the school is taking...” – Goodreads

Great if you like: Cozy Mysteries, Older Characters, Small Towns

Virgin Rivers by Robyn Carr  (Available in Overdrive and Hoopla as E-Book)

“When recently widowed Melinda Monroe accepts a job as nurse practitioner and midwife in the remote mountain town of Virgin River, she thinks she's found the perfect place to start over. The town isn't at all what she expected, though, and she considers leaving, but then a tiny baby, abandoned on a front porch, changes her plans... and a former marine cements them into place.” -- Novelist

Great if you like: Romance, Small towns, Bittersweet stories

He’s so Fine: A Lucky Harbor Novel by Jill Shalvis

“When beautiful Olivia Bentley comes to his rescue in an effort to "save" him, charter boat captain Cole Donovan finds himself captivated by this mysterious woman whose dangerous past could destroy their relationship before it even starts.” – Novelist

Great if you like: Steamy Romance, Mysterious women, Seaside towns

Hang Wire by Adam Christopher

“Ted Hall worries when his sleepwalking seems to coincide with murders by the Hang Wire Killer, a very strange circus comes to town, and some immortals searching for an ancient power arrive in the city.” – Novelist

Great if you like: Fantasy, Urban/International Landscapes, Suspense

First Frost by Sarah Addison Allen

“It's October in Bascom, North Carolina, and autumn will not go quietly. As temperatures drop and leaves begin to turn, the Waverley women are made restless by the whims of their mischievous apple tree... and all the magic that swirls around it. When a mysterious stranger shows up and challenges the very heart of their family, each of them must make choices they have never confronted before.” -- Goodreads

Great if you like: Mystical characters, Family relationships, Heartwarming stories


Created by Kristin Lansdown on Oct 6th, 2017 @ 10:35 AM.
Updated on Oct 25th, 2017 @ 9:14 AM.