These novels prove that when the holidays roll around, you can always find a festive story at the Lititz Public Library.
Winter Storms by Elin Hilderbrand
As the clan gathers for a holiday season on Nantucket, a powerful blizzard bears down on the Eastern seaboard threatening a wedding, an emotional reunion and the strength of family bonds.
Christmas Caramel Murder by Joanne Fluke
When her husband’s ex-girlfriend is found dead in a provocative Mrs. Claus costume, a baker starts looking for clues.
Christmas On My Mind by Janet Dailey
A Texas sheriff has no plans to attend the annual Christmas Ball until a pretty newcomer comes to town and gets involved in the planning.
The Twelve Dogs of Christmas by David Rosenfelt
A lawyer who happily takes the case of a woman sheltering too many stray puppies suddenly has a murder on his hands when his client becomes the prime suspect in a man’s death.
Happy Every After in Christmas by Debbie Mason
As her thirtieth birthday approaches, a deputy sheriff ignores the warnings of friends and family and decides to confess her longtime crush on her brother’s best friend.
The Gift of a Lifetime by Melissa Hill
One morning just before Christmas, a woman is sent a cryptic message that leads her to a series of romantic gifts and riddles.
Christmas in Eternity Springs by Emily March
After a devastating betrayal, a woman moves to a small town where she meets a former Navy submariner who left his career to care for his young son.
The Trouble with Mistletoe by Jill Shalvis
The last thing a pet shop owner wants to do is accommodate an arrogant man who shows up in her store demanding a cat sitter.
The Christmas Town by Donna VanLiere
A lonely young woman witnesses a car accident and is pulled into the life of a small town, first as a witness and then as a volunteer for an annual fundraiser.
The Bark Before Christmas by Laurien Berenson
Tapped to be chairperson of a school’s Christmas Bazaar, a busy young mother’s plans go awry when a prize show dog goes missing and Santa turns up dead.
Christmas Bells by Jennifer Chiaverini
Concerned about budget cuts, a teacher tries to forget her worries as she leads the children’s choir in a concert inspired by a classic poem written for the holidays in 1860.
The Mistletoe Inn by Richard Paul Evans
While attending a writers’ conference, an aspiring author meets an intelligent and attractive man with a wry sense of humor and inadvertently reveals her troubled past.
Deck the Hallways by Kate Carlisle
A woman leaps at the chance to transform an old Victorian mansion into apartments for homeless families but things go wrong when the miserly president of the bank who’s backing the project is murdered.
Evergreen Springs by RaeAnne Thayne
A widower with three children will oblige a physician and her patients with access the hot springs on his property if she will give his family a magical Christmas.
A Shoe Addict’s Christmas by Beth Harbison
A woman finds herself locked in a department store on Christmas Eve and must spend the entire night facing several “ghosts” of Christmases past, present and future.
Twelve Days of Christmas by Debbie Macomber
An aspiring journalist starts a blog as a means of seeking revenge against her grouchy neighbor and her followers start contributing their own suggestions for breaking through the man’s cold exterior.
White Colander Crime by Victorian Hamilton
At the end of a long day of Dickens Days Festival fun, a food columnist discovers the battered body of a local woman who predicted her own murder.
December 9, 2016