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Harlequin for Libraries

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For our #BookstravaganzaHomecoming series, we asked our authors about a few of their favorite things. Here is Naima Simone’s favorite cocktail recipe, inspired by her novel Christmas in Rose Bend. Since CHRISTMAS IN ROSE BEND is—wait for it—a holiday book, I couldn’t think of a better cocktail to enjoy while reading it than eggnog with Baileys. One word to describe it: Yuuuum. And yes, I’m definitely speaking from experience. In (read more…)

For our #BookstravaganzaHomecoming series, we asked our authors about a few of their favorite things. Here is Viola Shipman, aka Wade Rouse’s, favorite cocktail recipe and favorite wine from a winery in Michigan where his novel The Secret of Snow is set. Since The Secret of Snow is not only set in Michigan but is also a holiday novel, I’m giving two options. First is a wonderful Michigan wine and (read more…)

For our #BookstravaganzaHomecoming series, we asked our authors about a few of their favorite things. Here is Jacquelyn Mitchard’s favorite cocktail recipe. To hear Jacquelyn Mitchard speak on the topic of homecoming in her novel, THE GOOD SON (MIRA, January 18, 2022), watch our BOOKSTRAVAGANZA: HOMECOMING virtual event here. THE GOOD SON is available to request on Netgalley and Edelweiss.

Booker Prize winner John Banville‘s Quirke returns for a dramatic new mystery on the Spanish coast in this dark and evocative follow up to national bestseller SNOW. APRIL IN SPAIN (Hanover Square, Oct. 5) has received its first STARRED REVIEW from Booklist which said it “crackles”:  APRIL IN SPAIN is available to request on Netgalley or Edelweiss.

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It’s an embarrassment of riches as Lisa Unger’s LAST GIRL GHOSTED (Park Row, Oct. 5) has received its THIRD STARRED REVIEW, this time from Library Journal, which raves:  “Unger keeps readers guessing, with revelations that will make them stop and question what they thought they knew. She might also make them think twice about online dating. Recommended for those who like psychological thrillers with women protagonists, such as Andrea Bartz’s We (read more…)