Another Monday, another mailbox. This week all my books came in electronic form and were requested by me. And interestingly, 3 of the 4 are set in ancient settings (to some extent). The remaining book is my other favorite setting – the American Revolution! Also, FYI, links in titles below go to the Goodreads pages – so you can see the book blurbs etc.
- The Healer of Carthage by Lynne Gentry (kindle copy via Netgalley). I haven’t read anything set in Carthage or dealing with Carthage, and this one sounds sort of like a time travel book too.
- Pyramid of Secrets by Tracey L. Higley (kindle copy purchased from Amazon). I have had my eye on Higley’s Seven Wonders series for awhile. You may remember that I picked up Isle of Shadows recently also from this series. This one is the second book in the series about the pyramids. Note: This was previously released under City of the Dead.
- Marduk’s Tablet by Tracy L. Higley aka T.L. Higley (kindle copy purchased from Amazon). Not from the Seven Wonders series, but partially set in the ancient Babylon, partially in modern day.
- The Traitor’s Wife by Allison Pataki (kindle copy via Netgalley). Earlier this year I enjoyed a book I read about Benedict Arnold and his wife, Peggy Shippen, was a smaller role in that novel. Pataki gives Shippen the novel treatment here. Plus I LOVE the American Revolution.
So what did you get this week?
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