Fall Into The Season With These Reading Recommendations
Fall is here and that means we have some time to dive into the newest releases before we have to start stressing about the holidays (we’re not ready yet!) Whether you’re in the mood for a thrilling page-turner with Halloween upon us, or a classic western you can enjoy while the leaves change colors before your eyes, we have it.
The Town Marshal by Robert Vaughan
“Go back again to the days of yore when the west was wild and full of action, just like this book. Everyone knows the story but I myself never get tired of hearing it again. This book does not disappoint and I felt like I was reading a historical recap of ”Billy.” If you enjoy this type of story you will definitely love this book.” – Amazon Reader
Suspicious Minds by Paul Bishop
1996, Elvis impersonator Cole Ramsey, a young man with enough voice and a style to take him to the top, receives a very odd phone call from an Icon dead for almost twenty years…Cole has heard all the Elvis conspiracy rumors, but…it couldn't be…
Before he knows it, however, Cole's life is turned upside down. He's on the run and up to his ears in Elvises… are they all impersonators or is one of them hiding from deadly suspicious minds…
Jim Charles Gold by Jason Lawson
Based on a true story: In 1870, Jim Charles was an Indian Guide and Tracker who lived in the wilds of North Eastern Canada. On one of his jaunts into the forest, he found gold, or “Brown Silver” as he called it. One of his trusted clients, a Judge Ritchie, helped him keep his secret by depositing it for him in a local bank. But when the temptation to spend it became too great, the news of his discovery began to spread like wildfire. Soon the woods were swarming with men who were willing to stop at nothing to learn Jim's secret, including murdering him and his entire family.
Murder is the Deal of the Day by Robert J. Randisi and Christine Matthews
“A fun, sweet mystery, suspenseful and so full of love between the characters I nearly cried while reading.” Pat Tracy.
“Surprising and exciting conclusion . . . Gil and Clair are fun. Let's hope we see them again.” Booklist
Coming October 3rd
The Woman Who Built a Bridge by C.K. Crigger
Shay Billings is pleasantly surprised at discovering a new bridge over the river, as it cuts several miles from his trip into town. Ambushed and left for dead, he has even more cause to be grateful when the bridge-builder saves his life. Shay’s savior turns out to be a mysterious young woman with extraordinary skills. More importantly, she’s a strong ally when he and a few other men are forced to defend themselves and their ranches against a power hungry rich man. Marvin Hammel seems determined to own everything in their small valley, his intention to gobble up not only their homes and their livelihoods, but the water that flows through the land.
January Schutt just wants to be left alone to hide her scars. She’s rebuilt the bridge that crosses the river onto her property, and lives like a hermit in a rundown old barn. All that changes when she takes in a wounded Shay Billings. Now she’s placed in the middle of a war over water rights. But has she picked the winning side?
Coming October 10th
Hopsquatch by Michael Newton
Hopsquatch is a modern mystery set against the background of Amerindian legend, cryptozoology (the search for “hidden” animals), and clashes mirroring real-life headlines from the rural battlegrounds where tradition stands against the march of “progress,” often with explosive results.
Coming October 3rd
Now put away those beach reads, grab a Pumpkin Spice Latte and read something a little more seasonal!