Book Review: The Kensington Kidnap by Katie Gayle

Format: E-book

Pages: 238 pages

Published: December 2, 2020

Publisher: Bookouture

Genre: Mystery & Thriller, Cozy Mystery

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Waterstones 2020 Book of the Year Is…

Waterstones announced their choice for the 2020’s Book of the Year. And the winner is…

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Books to Read This Month: December Edition

Instead of trying to get the best last minute holiday deals, why not make the 2020 holiday season a literary one? 2020 is a year that has been hard on all of us and one way to provide solace is curling up with a good book by the fireplace and December has brought us great new releases that will make this last month of the year more delightful:

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Book Review: Gentleman Jim: A Tale of Romance and Revenge by Mimi Matthews

Format: Paperback

Pages: 376 pages

Published: November 10, 2020

Publisher: Perfectly Proper Press

Genre: Historical Fiction, Historical Romance, Regency Romance

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Support Local by Shopping Local

It always important to support local/independent bookstores anytime of the year, but in the year of financial challenges caused by 2020 Pandemic, indie bookstores need our help more than ever. And one great way to show your support shop locally when you are getting a head start on your holiday shopping, that way you are investing in your community and ensuring a future that is filled with books.

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Help Support Book Collections for New Yorkers in Jails and Shelters

Help support the Prison Library Support Network (PLSN) an organization that is trying to provide New Yorkers living in shelters, jails, and transitional housing access to library collections that reflect their needs and interests.

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