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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Mailbox Monday #176


It's a delayed Mailbox Monday - and this feels like déjà vu - because I seriously feel like I wrote this exact post before... Let's see what I received...


All of these were received for review - 3 from Netgalley and 2 in physical paperback book:

  • A House Near Luccoli by DM Denton (received from author for review) - I have an interview with this author going up in a couple weeks and this book sounds interesting - it is about a musician whom I have never heard of before.
  • The Ripper's Wife by Brandy Purdy (received from author for HFVBT tour) - this one had a little trouble in getting to me, but I can't wait to read this one as I am fascinated by Jack the Ripper.  And the cover is beautiful.
  • The Brewer's Tale by Karen Brooks (received via Netgalley from the publisher) - a historical romance, which I usually am very selective about - but I like the different occupation laid out here.
  • Enchantress by Maggie Anton (received via Netgalley from the publisher) - I have an interview pending with this author as well - I think I'm most drawn to this one because of the sense of mysticism and religious subject matter that is so unknown to me.
  • The Edge of Eternity by Ken Follett (received via Netgalley from the publisher) - alright, maybe not the best choice seeing as I haven't read book 1 and 2, but I have wanted to read a Follett for a long time, soooo I will figure out a way to get to this one.


So that's it for me, what did you get this week?


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  1. Those Netgalley reads look very good. Enjoy.

  2. I've been wanting to read Ken Follett's trilogy for so long, ever since the first book was published. I still haven't read it.. Ken Follett's books are really good. I read one standalone and Pillars of the Earth. They are intense but well worth the effort.

    1. I haven't read any of his books, but I did see a few episodes of the show made from his series. Glad to hear they are good.


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