“Reading forces you to be quiet in a world that no longer makes place for that.” — Jon Green

Pam’s Pick this week is: “Santa Cruise” by Fern Michaels, this is the story of four lifelong friends who embark on a holiday singles cruise. On the cruise the entertainment options are endless, the food wonderful, and a passenger list of single men, what more could they want?

New Fiction: “The Santa Suit” by Mary Kay Andrews, “Mercy” by David Baldacci, this is the fourth book in the Atlee Pine series, “Child of Light” by Terry Brooks, “The Dark Hours” by Michael Connelly, “The Party Crasher” by Sophie Kinsella, “Dear Santa” by Debbie Macomber, and “Dance of a Burning Sea” by E.J. Mellow, this is the second book in the Mousai series.

New Christian Fiction: “Labyrinth of Lies” by Irene Hannon, this is the second book in the Triple Treat series.

New Mysteries: “One for the Road” by Mary Ellis, this is the first book in the Bourbon Tour Mystery series, and “A Line to Kill” by Anthony Horowitz.

New Biography: “Cokie: a Life Well Lived” by Steven Roberts.

New Non-Fiction: “Video Chatting for Seniors” by Nick Vandome, “Christmas from the Heart” by Better Homes & Gardens, “These Precious Days: Essays” by Ann Patchett, and “Ancient Egypt: the Definitive Visual History” by Steven Snape.

New Audio Books: “Foul Play” by Stuart Woods: “Dear Santa” by Debbie Macomber, and “The Santa Suit” by Mary Kay Andrews.

New DVDs: “Christmas Scavenger Hunt,” “Christmas Everlasting,” and “Space Jam: a New Legacy.”

New TV Season: “Walker, Texas Ranger” season 4.

Happy Reading!

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