25 December 2008

Booking Through Thursday: Winter

Here's this week's Book through Thursday, hosted by Deb. To see all the responses and to read the whole meme, click here.

What I want to know today is . . . what are the most “wintery” books you can think of? The ones that almost embody winter?

Each of the following books are bound to make you cold! Great wintry scenes.

Blizzard by Jim Murphy (nonfiction)
Iron Lake by William Kent Krueger (mystery, Minnesota)
Virgin of Small Plains by Nancy Pickard (mystery, Kansas)
In the Bleak Midwinter by Julia Spencer-Fleming (mystery, upstate New York)

Be sure to have your favorite hot drink with you before you start to read!

And, again, let me wish you Happy Holidays and a Book-Filled New Year.


SmilingSally 12/25/08, 7:32 AM  

Merry Christmas! Here's my post.

Anonymous,  12/25/08, 8:01 AM  

Merry Christmas and happy BTT! Nice list - I've never heard of any of those books but I'm gonna check 'em out! Here's my post as well:


jlshall 12/25/08, 10:40 AM  

I've had In the Bleak Midwinter on my TBR list for quite a while now. Maybe when the weather warms up a little, I'll give it a try - right now, I'm cold enough already! Have a great Christmas Day.

Anonymous,  12/25/08, 11:13 AM  

Some good choices. I had to think hard!

My BTT post is up!

Sandra 12/25/08, 1:54 PM  

Great question. I don't know any of these books but that last title sounds intrigueing. My first BTT is posted.

Anonymous,  12/25/08, 2:55 PM  

It's gonna be Dostoevsky all the way: White Nights, The Heavenly Christmas Tree.

Merry Christmas. :)

Staci 12/25/08, 6:03 PM  

haven't heard of these books but I'm going to look them up on Goodreads.

Merry Christmas

Anonymous,  12/25/08, 9:04 PM  

Wow! Most original list I have seen. Must search these titles out for the fun of it. Merry Christmas!

Michele 12/25/08, 9:35 PM  

Don't ask me why, but winter always makes me think of Dr. Zhivago.

Olga 12/26/08, 12:21 PM  

Thanks for the recommendations, especially the Nancy Pickford novel. I've been looking for a book set in Kansas, and this sounds like a really interesting one.

Merry Christmas! :)

.Books by TJ Baff 12/27/08, 12:32 AM  

I always think of "The Long Winter" by Laura Ingalls Wilder when i think about winter books.
I even start getting hungry when i read it as if I was running out of food too! LOL

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