Mailbox Monday is becoming less and less of a Monday occurrence on this blog - here we are again with Mailbox Monday on Tuesday! Let's see what I received over the last couple of weeks.
Quite a few books arrived over the last couple weeks!
Received for Review:
- Black Diamonds by Catherine Boyd - (received from publisher) - sounds like such a fascinating premise of English history that I know nothing about.
- The Evening Chorus by Helen Humphreys - (received from publisher) - a different type of WWII novel. I have never read anything with a setting (at least in part) in a German POW camp.
- Heir to a Prophecy by Mercedes Rochelle - (received from author) - a continued telling of part of Shakespeare's Macbeth - my favorite of his plays.
- The Settling Earth by Rebecca Burns - (received from author) - a collection of short stories set in colonial New Zealand, a play I know absolutely nothing about.
- Mademoiselle Chanel by C. W. Gortner (received from publisher for France Book Tours) - C.W. Gortner - that's all the reason I can give for grabbing up this one.
- Race to Tibet by Sophie Schiller (received from author for France Book Tours) - I love adventure style novels and this sounds just like that type of novel.
- City of God by Cecelia Holland (received from publisher) - an interesting premise, even if I didn't absolute love Great Maria, my prior read from this author.
- The Temple of Light by Daniela Piazza (received from publisher) - another interesting premise - 15th century Italy.
- Inspector of the Dead by David Morrell (received from publisher) - the sequel to Murder as a Fine Art which I enjoyed last year.
- The Inheritance by Tamera Alexander - haven't read any of her books yet, but have heard good things.
- So Shines the Night by Tracy Higley - another that I haven't read, but have been slowly collecting these as they come on sale.
- Woodrow Wilson by John Milton Cooper Jr - for my research paper for school
- The Will To Believe: Woodrow Wilson, World War I, and America's Strategy for Peace and Security by Ross Kennedy - another for my research paper for school
- A Future Arrived by Phillip Rock - I think I have at least one of the other books in this series and this one came up for free one day last week
- Inamorata by Megan Chance - loved Prima Donna by this author and love that her novels are set in the Pacific Northwest, a very different HF setting
- John Quincy Adams by Harlow Giles Unger - this came up on discount on Amazon, so I decided to pick it up to continue my Presidential readings that I have been slacking on for awhile
- Classic Love Poems - an Audible freebie, read by Richard Armitage!
- In the Heart of the Sea by Nathaniel Philbrick - I picked this up to read before the movie comes out. It was supposed to come out in March so I wanted to get this read soon, but has now been pushed back to December 2015
- The Last to Know by Posie Graeme-Evans - an author I have been following and this short story came to my attention this week
- The Three Fates by Kate Quinn - a 3 short story ebook Kate released this week as a thank you to everyone for supporting her these past weeks.
That was more than I thought that I had received! Some great books. What did you receive this week?
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