Hello Folks! Winter is here, and the chilling winds are the perfect reason to curl up in a cozy blanket. Sitting near the fireplace or heater comfortably and binging on TV shows is excellent. However, trust us that nothing can beat the feeling of reading a book with hot chocolate in a warm ambiance can bring you.
So, get a cup of tea or coffee, wrap yourself in a warm blanket, and light the candles. Then, read one of these eleven cozy reads set in the Winter to complete the circle. Regardless of whether you anticipate snow outside your window this year, you can experience snowy winter weather on the page of these winter books.
List of Best 11 Winter Books
Beartown by Fredrik Backman
Beartown is a small, struggling Swedish town obsessed with outdoor ice hockey and will offer a major drama among the many community members whose lives intersect in significant ways. Beartown depicts the social hope sparked by a winter athletic event and what might drive them apart. You will get thoroughly immersed in the world of Beartown and its diverse residents. A contemporary “must-read” novel about Winter.
Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
The most-read mystery book of all time. Murder on the Orient Express is the epitome of vintage luxury set against a moody winter European backdrop. After the clock strikes midnight in the chilly Winter, a snowdrift stops the train. By morning, an American businessman who had been stabbed a dozen times is found dead in his compartment with his door locked from the inside. Detective Hercule Poirot must identify the culprit from a group of lovable individuals full of secrets while being cut off by the snow and carrying a killer.
The Secret of Snow by Viola Shipman
The Secret of Snow by Viola Shipman is a book for readers who love to read about second chances. It is a beautifully written story about overcoming grieving. Sonny Dunes is a middle-aged single California meteorologist whose work has been taken over by a virtual meteorologist. When this leads to her having a breakdown, the only station that will hire her is in Michigan, her hometown. Covering the small town’s Winter activities, she builds newer, better memories of the snow and has a second chance at life and Love. Fans of thoughtful modern women’s fiction will not want to miss this Wintery book, filled with snow-related metaphors.
A Gallery of Rascals by Ruskin Bond
Ruskin Bond is the most addictive and entertaining writer in modern Indian literature. A Gallery of Rascals is a fabulous collection of short stories featuring his encounter with ‘Rascals ” at a different stage of his life. He narrated the story in his Humorous and no-nonsense style, making this book very interesting.
Winter Garden by Kristin Hannah
Winter Garden, one of the best books by Kristin Hannah, features the story of two pole-apart sisters- Meredith and Nina Whitson. One is a stay-at-home mother managing the apple orchard, and the other is a famed, world-traveled photojournalist. The only link between the sisters was the Russian fairy story their mother frequently told them.
Their father’s dying wish is that the fairy tale is told one last time—all the way through. The sisters embark on a journey to discover the truth about their mother’s life in war-torn Leningrad decades ago. Along the way, they uncover a horrifying secret that upends their entire worldview.
Wintering by Katherine May
This is a perfect pick for you if you are a nonfiction reader. Wintering is a short nonfiction book about the season that contains a variety of thoughtful musings. It’s fascinating to read about how we tolerate Winter’s presence while nourishing and enjoying ourselves.
One by One by Ruth Ware
The bestselling thriller author Ruth Ware’s One by One is a wintertime Agatha Christie-style mystery. An avalanche shuts off eight co-workers from a trendy London digital start-up when they are snowed in at a posh ski resort in the French Alps. It may appear pleasant at first, but as the hours pass with no sign of a possible rescue, the gathering begins to thin as four characters die “one by one” in this “closed room.”
The Winter King by C.L. Wilson
Winter is the ideal moment to stay indoors and read and get lost in a fantasy world full of Love when the weather outside turns chilly. The Winter King is a powerful combination of heart-pounding action and pulse-pounding romance. It pierces your soul and imbues it with an emotion that captures and enthralls you and vibrates everything inside.
Northern Lights by Nora Roberts
Northern Lights offers an exciting plot and a heart-warming love tale if you like romantic suspense for a cozy evening. Nate Burke, a police officer, leaves his job as chief of police in Baltimore after the passing of his partner to take a position in Lunacy, Alaska. He meets Meg Galloway, a bush pilot, and they become friends, although the isolated community isn’t exactly peaceful. And when Meg’s father’s body, who vanished 16 years ago, is discovered, Nate is determined to find the person responsible.
The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey
The Snow Child features a sad tale, a nominee for the Pulitzer Prize, based on the Russian fairy tale Snegurochka and set in the Alaskan Arctic in 1920. Jack and Mabel are both in their forties and have difficulty coping with the severe winters and being childless. The couple creates a child out of snow at a joyful moment, but the following morning, the child is.
One Day In December by Josie Silver
One day in December is for fans of holiday stories like Love, they actually will love this modern romance. Laurie used to believe that Love at first sight only happened in movies, but then one day, she was looking out the bus window and saw a man who she knew right away was the one. Laurie believes they will run into each other again as the bus pulls away. She never anticipates that the man is dating Laurie’s best friend when they are ultimately met. This bestseller offers a touching tale with unexpected depth, similar to other standout books in this developing category.
Happy Winters, guys! Click on any of these 11 cozy winter reads posters, buy them, read them and enjoy! Tell us your favorite ones in the comment box.