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Frontières: The Food of France’s Borderlands

Home cooks probably won’t turn to this for an easy dinner (the pasta and chickpea soup calls for first making homemade pasta), and vegans will find little they can adapt (seek out the minestrone al pesto). But those who love to read cookbooks, even armchair travelers, will find a treasure here, spiked with Jackson’s evocative writing.

Recipe for a Charmed Life

With delicate touches of magical realism and an abiding sense of comfort, Linden offers a gentle hug of a story. Suggest to fans of Sarah Addison Allen.

The Gentleman’s Gambit

A notable ending to a beloved quartet.

Latinísimo: Home Recipes from the Twenty-One Countries of Latin America

A key title for all collections. Try bori-bori, a corn dumpling soup, go all in making tortillas or arepas, or bake the pastel de quinoa, almendra y zanahoria, an almond, carrot, and quinoa cake served in the afternoon in Bolivia.

Hercule Poirot’s Silent Night

The Christmas details are light, memorably centering on Catchpool decorating multiple trees while simultaneously interviewing suspects, but the case is heavy and offers much to consider. Fans will devour this novel, but it is also a nice place to jump into Hannah’s series.

It Had To Be a Duke

Fans of Tessa Dare and Grace Burrowes will be happy to find Lorret. This is a strong start to a series that should be in all collections.

Murder Most Royal

Bennett’s newest is marvelous, as is her crackerjack royal detective.

Forever Your Rogue

Wonderfully constructed from start to finish, with high notes of grace and humor, Langston has written a novel that romance fans will treasure.

The Duke’s Best Friend

Regency espionage romance is gaining ground, and this title will please readers who like tradecraft as much as the tumble into love of two well-matched characters. Fans of the series won’t want to miss the sequel to A Gentleman Ought To Know.

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