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:


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

For Review:

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


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


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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...

  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.

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

    Wow, what an amazing collection.

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

  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!

  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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