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a01townChristmas Town by Donna VanLiere

The New York Times bestselling author of the timeless The Christmas Shoes and The Christmas Hope is back with this moving and uplifting story about finding love, hope, and family in unexpected places.

 

 

 

 

 

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Winter Storms by Elin Hilderbrand  

Some of the stormy weather of the past few seasons seems to have finally lifted for the Quinns. Kevin is about to tie the knot with Isabelle, and there’s hopeful news about Bart, who has been captured by enemy forces in Afghanistan. That doesn’t mean there aren’t a few dark clouds on the horizon as the family juggle health scares and love triangles. But if there’s one holiday that brings the Quinn family together, it’s Christmas. And this year promises to be a celebration unlike any other as they prepare to host Kevin and Isabelle’s wedding at the inn.

 

 

 

 

a03mistletoeMistletoe Secret by Richard Paul Evans

Mourning her husband’s abandonment and the loss of her stillborn child, Kelly begins an anonymous blog about her losses and catches the attention of fellow lonely-heart Tyler. By the best-selling author of The Christmas Box

 

 

 

 

 

a04mistletoeChoose Your Own Misery: The Holidays by Mike MacDonald & Jilly Gagnon

Christmas is full of fun surprises for kids, but for adults, it’s just an endless series of aggressive crowds, overwhelming credit card debt, and pretending to like the people you’re forced to spend it with. Once you unwrap all the holiday misery hiding in these pages, the blackness of your heart will rival any lump of coal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A Christmas Carol: The Original Manuscript Edition by Charles Dickens, with a foreword by Colm Toibin

Depicts the original manuscript of the Christmas classic on display annually at the Morgan Library & Museum in New York featuring detailed annotations and edits in Charles Dickens’ handwriting.

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