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Food To Die For: Recipes and Stories from America’s Most Legendary Haunted Places

This niche cookbook will be of great interest to a specific group of readers and cooks, paranormal activity aficionados and fans of ghostly legends in particular.

Baking in the American South: 200 Recipes and Their Untold Stories (A Definitive Guide to Southern Baking)

Even with other outstanding guides on the subject, like Kelly Fields’s The Good Book of Southern Baking and Cheryl Day’s Treasury of Southern Cooking, Byrn’s wise, winning, and wonderful doorstop dive into the recipes and stories that make up the heart and soul of Southern baking is essential.

Not That Fancy: Simple Lessons on Living, Loving, Eating, and Dusting Off Your Boots

Recommended for McEntire devotees. Also perfect for readers who enjoy the narratives and cookbooks of Ree Drummond and Trisha Yearwood.


Glow: 90 Days To Create Your Vibrant Life from Within

While this would be an excellent addition to any self-help section, patrons may need a longer loan period if they choose to follow the entire 90 days.

I’m No Philosopher, But I Got Thoughts: Mini-Meditations for Saints, Sinners, and the Rest of Us

While there is helpful and funny information here, especially thought-provoking quotes from everyone from Rumi to Brené Brown, the casual tone and writing style may not not be for everyone. That said, readers looking for a fast, fun read with helpful and biblical tidbits sprinkled throughout will enjoy this book.

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