Romance

Look What's In Large Print: February 2011

Tired of squinting while reading? Getting a headache from focusing too hard for too long? You're not alone — one in six Americans over the age of 45 have trouble reading small print. Today, publishers offer simultaneous release of bestselling authors such as:

A precious jewel [Large print] by Mary Balogh

Shadows from the past [Large print] by Lindsay McKenna

Killer heat [Large print] by Brenda Novak

Monday morning faith [Large print] by Lori Copeland

1022 Evergreen Place [Large print] by Debbie Macomber

Romance on Ice

Isn't it exciting when two perfectly unrelated, but equally beloved, things mash together? I love reading romances and I love watching ice hockey. Apparently, I am not the only one. Rachel Gibson and Deirdre Martin are just two of the authors who have written fiction with hockey players as the heroes. Grab one today and get in a little reading before the Wings take on the Blackhawks tomorrow.

Body check by Deirdre Martin

Simply irresistible by Rachel Gibson

Fair play by Deirdre Martin

What Should I Read?

In what order should you read a series? Read everything written by Sue Grafton or Malcolm Gladwell and would like to try a similar author? Books & Authors, available in Canton Public Library's databases, allows you to search by title and/or author, subject, keyword, time period, geographic location, or character. Follow the series links for additional titles, or take advantage of the Expert Picks & Librarian's Favorites for recommendations based on some of your favorite titles or topics.

Historical Romance, Mystery, and Suspense

Yours always by Gabriella Anderson

Step into darkness by Naomi Bellis

Beyond compare by Candace Camp

A woman scorned by Liz Carlyle

Captives of the night by Loretta Chase

Snobbery with violence : an Edwardian murder mystery by Marion Chesney

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