For Your Consideration: December 2020 LibraryReads Titles

Download, read, and vote for your favorite December titles for the December 2020 LibraryReads list!

Votes due November 1!

TAKE IT BACK by Kia Abdullah

“Readers may find themselves believing one side, then the other, up until the shocking ending. Abdullah is definitely a writer to watch.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

“Abdullah has done an exemplary job of character development and is especially good at ratcheting up suspense as the trial proceeds…”–Booklist, starred review


“In the ‘Little Shop of Found Things’ series, beautiful objects intimate their stories to the shop’s proprietor, Xanthe, and send her whistling back in time. Here, she’s home again, but she has inadvertently brought dark and dangerous Benedict Fairfax with her from a recent foray, and to fix the mistake she must respond to the call of an antique wedding dress that deposits her 1815 Bradford-on-Avon.”–Library Journal, Pre-Pub Alert

RED HANDS by Christopher Golden

“The neck-whipping action and shifting points of view give the reader a wide-angle perspective on the complicated, terrifying situation, invoking maximum terror on every page. Golden also leaves room for his diverse cast of characters to develop and inhabit the story fully, adding in an uncomfortable sense that this fictional tale is not too far from reality. For fans of horror-thriller series like those by Jonathan Maberry and Mira Grant.”–Booklist, starred review

TRUTH, LIES, AND SECOND DATES by MaryJanice Davidson

“This standalone contemporary romance from Davidson is just as raucous and riveting as fans will expect… [T]he mystery will keep readers turning pages, and Ava’s raunchy internal monologue creates plenty of laugh-out-loud moments.”–Publishers Weekly

HIDDEN TREASURE: A Josie Prescott Antiques Mystery by Jane K. Cleland

“A New Hampshire antiques dealer buys a house, finds a treasure, and—wait for it—solves a murder… Fans of this long-running series will love the latest adventure, replete with plenty of suspects and antique lore.”–Kirkus Reviews

STROKE OF LUCK by Opal Carew

“Equal parts tender and transgressive, this erotic romance from Carew explores a three-way relationship… Carew offers plentiful thrills for readers looking for spicy romance that doesn’t leave the characters at the bedroom door.”–Publishers Weekly

COLD WIND by Paige Shelton

“A remote Alaskan area is the backdrop to disappearances and deaths… A gritty heroine fights for truth and justice in a world filled with darkness and flashes of hope and beauty.”–Kirkus Reviews

THE WICKED HOUR: A Natalie Lockhart Novel by Alice Blanchard

“Investigating the mysterious death of a talented violinist renews a detective’s anxieties about a long-missing friend.”–Kirkus Reviews

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