Not too many mysteries due to the Christmas reading this month. Good month, though! Here's what I read.
Now & Then by Robert B. Parker - Spenser seeks to avenge himself on a man responsible for killing a client, who is now threatening Susan.
Alexander by Tonya Yvonne - Science Fiction novella about a boy observed by higher mortals from planet Gaia.
Her Royal Spyness by Rhys Bowen - Georgia has a hard time surviving without a job, since she's 34th in line to the throne, but that doesn't preclude her investigating when her brother becomes a murder suspect.
The Christmas Pearl by Dorothea Benton Frank - Sentimental Christmas story about a ninety-three-year-old woman whose yearnings for an old-fashioned family Christmas brings back her childhood housekeeper.
Christmas with Paula Deen by Paula Deen - Recipes and memories from the restaurant owner and Food Network TV star.
The Tree Nobody Wanted by Tom McCann - A poor boy and his grandmother have only themselves and an ugly tree for Christmas in Brooklyn, but that doesn't mean there can't be a miracle.
Frannie in Pieces by Delia Ephron - (Teen novel) When Frannie's father dies, she tries to reach him through a puzzle he created.
Unwrapping Christmas by Lori Copeland - Story of Rose Bergman, who gives so much time to others, she neglects her own family.
Free for All: Oddballs, Geeks, and Gangstas in the Public Library by Don Borchert - Working in a public library.
Malice in Metropolis by Lonnie Cruse - It's bad enough when Sheriff Dalton is shot, but he won't put up with threats to his family.
Christmas Jars by Jason F. Wright - The story of a journalist who uncovers a story about gifted jars of money, and learns about love.
Boom! Voices of the Sixties by Tom Brokaw - Personal reflections of the turmoil of the Sixties & the changes they caused.
A Lifetime of Secrets by Frank Warren - People sent in postcards, that are arranged by stages of life.
Finding Father Christmas by Robin Jones Gunn - A young woman goes to England, looking for her father, but her secret could destroy her new friendships.
Home to Holly Springs by Jan Karon - First Father Tim novel, in which he returns home to Mississippi, reclaims his childhood, and uncovers the truth about the past.
On to December books!
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