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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Mailbox Monday #177


Mailbox Monday on Wednesday!  This Mailbox on another day of the week thing is beginning to become a regular occurrence...anyway here is what I received this week!

city of glorygeneseeInglorious_Royal_Marriagesneverhomewarsoftheroses

5 books this week! 3 purchased for my Kindle and the other two are for review:

  • City of Glory by Beverly Swerling (purchased for my Kindle) is book 2 in a 4 book series about New York City.  I anticipate it is something like New York by Edward Rutherfurd, but I'm excited to check out the series - of which I now only own book 2. 
  • Genesee by Juliet Waldron (purchased for my Kindle) - I hosted this author for review a few months ago and at that time I added her books to my TBR.  This is the first one to come up in my purchase window.
  • The Wars of the Roses by Alison Weir (purchased for my Kindle) - I am slowly, ever so slowly, collecting Weir's books.
  • Inglorious Royal Marriages by Leslie Carroll (received from publisher for review as part of HFVBT tour).  I have LOVED Carroll's books and I can't wait to read this next one!
  • Neverhome by Laird Hunt (received via Netgalley for review).  I saw this book on a trend list last week and had to get it.  It is one of those novels about a woman disguising herself as a man to go to war.

What came in your mailbox (or inbox) this week?

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  1. I still haven't red Weir. I hear I am missing out.

    1. I have only read 1 and it was one of her fiction novels. I haven't read any of her non-fictions.


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