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Any decent Christmas books

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HyggeMe Sat 11-Aug-18 17:42:07

I'm hoping for some recommendations of some books set around Christmas (for adults) that I can read on my kindle. I've had a quick look but most look a bit rubbish.


Ricekrispie22 Sat 11-Aug-18 17:58:47

Skipping Christmas by John Grisham

BetterEatCheese Sat 11-Aug-18 18:02:09

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HyggeMe Sat 11-Aug-18 18:07:20

Thank you! Off to download them and curl up for a bit of peace and quiet

Sugarhunnyicedtea Sat 11-Aug-18 18:12:16

What type of books do you like? I have a Christmas library on my kindle

HyggeMe Sat 11-Aug-18 18:27:25

I will read anything really as long as it grabs my attention when I've downloaded the sample. I'm easy.

Pattygonia Mon 13-Aug-18 14:56:28

The Christmas Mystery is really a children’s novel but it’s a bit of a crossover one. There’s a chapter for each day of advent.

It’s a bit marmite, but I liked it.

ConstantlyCooking Tue 14-Aug-18 17:31:50

Christmas carol
Solstice by rosamund Pilcher
12 days of Christmas by Trisha Ashley
How Far To Bethlehem- Norah Lofts
Hercules Poirot's Christmas -Agatha Christie
Little Women
Various little house books that feature Christmas chapters (I like The Long Winter)
A Season To Remember- Sheila o'flanagan

I will think of some more. I now start my Christmas reading inNovember to fit them all in. I start with the less christmassy ones and do read the odd non- Christmas ones in between. They are often in kindle daily deals in Dec and January so I buy them and save for a year!

clareangel Tue 14-Aug-18 17:38:17

Calling Mrs Christmas is lovely and festive, I re-read it every year, my favourite is I Heart Christmas by Lindsey Kelk

CanineEnigma Tue 14-Aug-18 18:47:27

If you like the idea of Non-fiction Nigel Slater's The Christmas Chronicles is meant to be lovely.

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