Fall Reads

Fall Reads

Sept 2013

Sarah A.

 

            The air is cooling and the sunset is starting to set earlier… this can only mean one thing: fall is coming. With only one month of summer left, it’s time to prepare for light jackets, pumpkin spice lattes, and of course, some great fall reads.

 

No matter what kind of genre you look for in a book, we have found a couple that will be sure to keep you content on a chilly fall day.

 

The Pioneer Woman Cooks: A Year of Holidays by Ree Drummond

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New York Times #1 best selling author, tv personality, and award winning blogger- Drummond creates a cookbook that incorporates her country girl flare. Fitting for small gatherings, family dinners or bashful holiday parties, the recipes are appropriate for foodies and simple eaters alike. With tons of pictures and her family’s homemade holiday recipes- this book is simple, fresh and mouth-watering.

 

The Pioneer Woman Cooks doesn’t hit bookstores until October, so make sure to pre-order it online!

 

Light of the World by James Lee Burke

 Book Review Light of the World

There is nothing better then a night in with a hot bath and a great mystery. James Lee Burke, best known for his David Robicheaux series and Going Across Jordan, delivers another mystery for his audience that can’t get enough tense pages turning. Book critics describe Burke’s new novel as a harrowing read that examines the nature of evil and pits of the main character against the most diabolical villain that he has ever faced.