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Monday, June 11, 2012

Mailbox Monday #110

This week I picked up a couple of new books for review.

2 Kindle E-books:

  • How Angels Die by David-Michael Harding (from the author)
  • The Ruins of Lace by Iris Anthony (from Sourcebooks on Netgalley)
2 paperback copies:
  • The Elusive Mr. McCoy by Brenda L. Baker - this showed up at my doorstep and although it isn't a historical, it sounds good and I will likely review it on Goodreads - (received from the publisher Penguin)
  • Unruly Princess by Marcelle Thiebaux (received from publicist)

How was your mailbox this week?

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  1. Don't you get confused when unsolicited books show up? I was scratching my head for a good three minutes wondering how I got the McCoy one.
    I am so looking forward to The Ruins of Lace, I couldn't pass it up, even though I'm supposedly ignoring all review requests for the rest of my life.
    And NetGalley has me all messed up too.. I must step away from that site..

    1. I do! This one was funny because I said that I thought it sounded like a great read but since it didn't fit with my blog theme I was going to pass. Then it showed up and I didn't remember the title. Then I was really confused!

      I too am very excited about Ruins of Lace - it sounds so intriguing. And NetGalley is very tempting - I have only accepted 2 thus far but it is a bad idea! haha

  2. I haven't heard of any of these novels, but I'm intrigued by the title Ruins of Lace. I'll keep my eyes open for your review.

    1. They really are all a little more obscure, but sound fascinating.

  3. I've seen The Elusive Mr. McCoy pop up here and there -- it sounds good/stressful (I can't cope with infidelity in my novels, I'm such a soft touch!) but I'm so intrigued in that train wreck way!

    1. I'm excited about the idea of living 2 different lives!


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