Winter 2019 Reading List

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Happy new year, bluestockings! Now that the champagne has been drunk and the confetti swept up, you may be wondering how to keep the celebration going as the bluster and chill of January settles in. Bas Bleu has the perfect solution: new books! Our Winter 2019 edition lands in mailboxes this week (if you don’t already have yours, you lucky duck), and it’s full of terrific books and gifts guaranteed to keep you occupied throughout the long, dark months. We’ll even deliver your books to you, so you don’t have to venture out into the cold! Today, we’re sharing a dozen of our favorite picks, perfect for hibernating with this winter. And be sure to check our special Cozy Winter Reading Collection!

For a brief plot “teaser” about each of the books we’ve selected hover your mouse pointer over the book cover; or, click on the image to read the full review on our website. And if you’d like to receive our catalog in the mail, you can request a copy here. Happy reading!

book cover of Transcription by Kate Atkinson  book cover of Hitler's Pawn by Stephen Koch  book cover of The Library Book by Susan Orlean  book cover of The Witch Elm by Tana French book cover for The Current by Tim Johnston book cover of The Wind Off the Small Isles by Mary Stewart book cover for Deadly Cure by Lawrence Goldstone book cover of The Man Who Walked Backward by Ben Montgomery book cover of Sons and Soldiers by Bruce Henderson book cover of The Personality Brokers by Merve Emre book cover of The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan book cover of The Last to See Me by M Dressler

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9 thoughts on “Winter 2019 Reading List

  1. I’ve dog-eared several of the catalog pages with books I want to get read in 2019…some I haven’t seen or heard about anywhere else. And I can’t tell you how thrilled I am to see a new Lucy Worsley book. She’s an all-time favorite, whether it’s her books or her documentaries on PBS. Since I know her voice from the documentaries, now when I read her, I hear her. It’s like she’s reading just to me. Love it!

    • We’ve carried several Lucy Worsley books over the years (and seen a PBS documentary or two); she really knows her stuff. Hope you enjoy the book!

  2. There’s a long lost Mary Stewart novella?!? I’ve read all of her books so I MUST read this!!! Thank you for posting about it!

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