Great Books For Gifting

Where I Come From

Rick Bragg’s WHERE I COME FROM is the perfect gift for any adult readers on your gift list! Ladies and gentlemen alike will enjoy Bragg’s humor and it’s just what we need as we continue to deal with this pandemic that just will not go away.

THE ARCTIC FURY by Greer Macallister is a brand new historical novel based on a true story. An Arctic adventure like no other. Some of the strongest women ever.

The Arctic Fury

CALL YOUR DAUGHTER HOME by Deb Spera is an amazing story that might just blow your mind. Unforgettable characters. Reminiscent of WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING. You need this book.

Call Your Daughter Home

If someone on your list is a sci-fi reader I think I have just the ticket. THE HOUSE IN THE CERULEAN SEA by T.J. Klune is, quite simply ,delightful. Even those of us who don’t usually read sci-fi will eat this one up.

The House In The Cerulean Sea
The Star-Crossed Sisters of Tuscany

THE STAR-CROSSED SISTERS OF TUSCANY is as wonderful as its cover! I loved this atmospheric novel of Southern Italy. It’s a classic you’ll wish to reread over and over again.

PALE MORNING LIGHT WITH VIOLET SWAN is one of my favorite novels of the year. The writing is spectacular. The characters jump and leap from the page. The setting on the Pacific Coast is devastatingly gorgeous. And the seeming mild mannered main character has lead a shocking life.

Pale Morning Light With Violet Swan

Anything written by Pat Conroy is always the perfect gift for both men and women. And, if you haven’t read BEACH MUSIC, well, give it to yourself for holiday. It’s my favorite book ever!

Pat Conroy
Beach Music

Another perfect gift for a book lover is always a g/c for any denomination. I hope you’ll buy yours from Copperfish Books. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.

Punta Gorda
Copperfish Books

One thought on “Great Books For Gifting

  1. Nice variety here.

    I hope you are doing well. I feel frazzled for various reasons. Day three of vacation and finding it difficult to unwind. So much to do and yet, why?

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