Words to Read This Winter

We’re back with another round-up of our favorite scouted books for late winter reading. These are the tomes we have waiting, ready to be cracked open on a lazy Sunday morning, by a fire at night, or in those extra moments we sneak in for ourselves. A little mystery, some memoir, and an opportunity to meditate on a fictional future are all included in this round-up.

Finding Freedom, by Erin French // A memoir of loss, hope, and all the moments in between as a chef navigates life and what brought her to where she was meant to be. Set against the backdrop of Maine, this book is about voice, community, and the connection food brings to all of us.

The Neighbor’s Secret, by L. Alison Heller // Centennial state author Heller has crafted a domestic suspense novel centered around a book club, making this a perfect pick for your own book club. Vandalism, violence, and most certainly a victim await in this addictive read set in an upscale Colorado neighborhood.

Age of Vice, by Deepti Kapoor // Set in contemporary India, this epic tale follows a family that is full of wealth and corruption, as well as moral and political dilemmas. Dubbed as equal parts family saga and crime thriller, this is movie-worthy reading entertainment.

The Light Pirate, by Lily Brooks-Dalton // The world is changing within these pages, with Florida transitioning to a landscape overcome by nature. Following the life of an unusual child as she continues to grow, this books is told in four parts and offers a reflection on man versus nature.


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