September 2020 New Releases

Welcome to fall, readers! And with it, a chance to pick up some of these brand-new releases from some beloved authors. There are plenty of thrills, secrets, and fascinating characters within their pages. We’re excited to announce them to you, and be sure to click on the covers to read an excerpt.

 

An Ivy Hill Christmas by Julie Klassen

Plot Summary: Haunted by an old secret and the shadows of his past, gentleman Richard Brockwell prefers to stay away from Ivy Hill—until his mother threatens to stop funding his carefree life unless he returns for Christmas. Will Christmastime in Ivy Hill, with all of its divine hope, unforeseen surprises, and unexpected romantic encounters, work its magic in his heart?

 

The Stone Wall by Beverly Lewis

Plot Summary: Eager to begin a new chapter as a Lancaster County tour guide, Anna searches for the answers of her grandmother’s past and an old stone wall—both a mystery due to the elderly woman’s Alzheimer’s. And when Anna grows close with a Mennonite man and an Amish widower, she’s faced with a difficult choice. Will she find love and the truth, or only heartbreak?

 

The Haunting at Bonaventure Circus by Jaime Jo Wright

Plot Summary: In 1928, Bonaventure Circus outcast Pippa Ripley must decide if uncovering her roots is worth putting herself directly in the path of a killer preying on the troupe. Decades later, while determining if an old circus train depot will be torn down or preserved, Chandler Faulk is pulled into a story far darker and more haunting than she imagined.

 

A Portrait of Loyalty by Roseanna M. White

Plot Summary: A skilled cryptographer, Zivon Marin fled Russia determined to offer his skills to the Brits. Lily Blackwell is recruited to the intelligence division to help the war with her unsurpassed camera skills. But when her photographs reveal Zivon is being followed, his loyalty is questioned and his enemies are discovered to be closer than he feared.

I’m sure, like me, you take your chance to read wherever you can, but do you have a favorite reading spot?

6 thoughts on “September 2020 New Releases

  1. Yes, my very favorite spot is my recliner that sits near our fireplace and across from windows that provide a wonderful view, I can see beautiful countryside in all seasons and have added warmth in the winter!

  2. I have an old rocking chair that belonged to my great-grandmother placed by a window in my bedroom. The window directly across from it faces west and I love to read here in the evening while watching the sunsets, which have been just beautiful this summer.

  3. I NEED all of these books!!! My favorite place to read is on the deck in summer, but if that doesn’t work then I head to my favorite chair or my bed at night.

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