Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Mailbox Monday (Tuesday Tardiness!)

Mailbox Monday is a weekly event hosted by Marcia at The Printed Page.

Click on the titles for plot synopses.





In the Mail:

Won:

Veracity--Laura Bynum...won from Kate at The Neverending Shelf







For Review:

Fragile--Chris Katsaropoulos...from publicist for the author, Smith Publicity







Bought:

From my library branch's monthly Friends of the Library Sale...12 HARDCOVER books for $24!!! Awesome!

The Killing Way--Tony Hays


The Red Necklace--Sally Gardner


The Queen of Subtleties--Suzannah Dunn


To the Tower Born--Robin Maxwell


Revenge of the Rose--Nicole Galland


The Overnight--Ramsey Campbell


Heaven and Earth: Three Sisters Island Trilogy, Book 2--Nora Roberts


Face the Fire: Three Sisters Island Trilogy, Book 3--Nora Roberts


The Master of Ballantrae--Robert Louis Stevenson


The Picture of Dorian Gray--Oscar Wilde


The Collector of Hearts: New Tales of the Grotesque--Joyce Carol Oates


Starring Miss Marple--Agatha Christie










6 comments:

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  1. Looks like you have some good choices. Robin Maxwell's books are great and the series from Norah Roberts are good also...

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  2. I'm so excited about the Agatha Christie book, all three of those stories are pretty good. The Ramsey Campbell book I picked up a few years ago but never finished, I'm trying to remember what I did with it since I don't own it anymore. Maybe if you end up liking it, I will go get it again.

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  3. Well, late or not, this haul is worth celebrating!

    Wow, what an amazing collection.

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  4. Wow,quite a list of books for the week. Looks like you will be busy. Enjoy!!

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  5. Tuesday Tardiness....LOL

    I love it - you have books two and three!!! I am sooooo excited!

    Great looking reads - I am drooling over these covers!

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  6. CelticLady--I was thrilled about the Robin Maxwell especially because I had been hearing a lot about it with the release of O, Juliet.

    Ryan--the Ramsey Campbell book is set in a bookstore so I was immediately attracted. Plus, Campbell is an excellent horror writer.

    Laurel-Rain, Mel, and Sheila--thanks for stopping by. I am pretty excited about all my goodies!

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