Want it Wednesday – November 27, 2019

Another Wednesday and time to spotlight some new releases for this week in Want it Wednesday!


It’s going to be a fun week this week as tomorrow it’s Thanksgiving here in the States, and it’s always nice to have a nice, long holiday weekend and spend time with family. Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays, and it also, to me, signifies the start of the Christmas season! This will be the first year in a couple years that I’ll be decorating for the holidays, so I’m excited about that and looking forward to a relaxing holiday season.

Since Thanksgiving also signifies the start of the Christmas gift purchasing season, here are some of the new releases for this week! Looks like it’s mostly murder mysteries this time around, but maybe there’s something here that would be a good gift for someone you know?

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Lady Takes the Case by Eliza Casey (Manor Cat Mystery #1)


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Under Occupation by Alan Furst (Night Soldiers #15)


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Scarlet Fever by Rita Mae Brown (“Sister” Jane #12)


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Cobblered to Death by Rosemarie Ross (Courtney Archer #1)


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A Murderous Tangle by Sally Goldenbaum (Seaside Knitters Society #14)


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Invitation Only Murder by Leslie Meier (Lucy Stone #26)


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Murder at Icicle Lodge by J.D. Griffo (Ferrara Family Mystery #3)


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That’s it for this week! Catch you next week after the Thanksgiving holiday is over! Happy Reading!

Are there any books here that you’re interested in reading? Have you read any of these series?


4 thoughts on “Want it Wednesday – November 27, 2019

    1. Cozy mysteries have the greatest titles! They are so witty and fun! I’m always so impressed by the fun they have with the titles and various other places/settings/items within the book. I find cozy mysteries so funny – they are all “themed” in some way (bakery, book shop, beer, knitting, etc) and there are SO many different ones out there!
      I just read the synopsis of Invitation Only Murder and it doesn’t mention murderous penguins, darn it. That would be a twist!


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