Sunday, July 22, 2012

Mailbox Monday, July 23

On-going summer of awesome: yet another week of fantastic arrivals! In our house, birthdays are to be celebrated for thirty days, so I'm just telling myself it's the pub world helping me to celebrate! ;) This week's Mailbox Monday (hosted in July at Mrs. Q: Book Addict). As usual, click on a cover to learn more about the book (link will automatically open in a new tab/window).  What did you get?  Have any of these?


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29 comments:

  1. What a nice variety! Those should keep you busy for a while!

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    1. I know -- many of these are 2013 releases so I have to keep telling myself to wait on picking them up!

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  2. These look great! I have heard of some of them, and some of the authors, but have not read any of them yet.

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    1. All of these authors are new to me so I'm v excited -- if you think I should read anyone sooner than later, let me know!

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  3. The Donna Leon book looks very good. Love a good mystery. Jasmine Nights is on my shelf to read and I hope to do a book tour of the Orphan Master's Son. Your other books look like good reading as well.

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    1. Jasmine Nights looks like fluffy fun -- I'm excited for it.

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  4. I'm really looking forward to A Working Theory of Love. I've also been meaning to read The Orphan Master's Son since it came out in hardcover. Enjoy!

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    1. It looks so unique -- and I love the simple cover -- so striking.

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  5. Jasmine Nights is a fun read - the story about women being spies in WW2 is good, but be warned - there's a fair amount of romance!

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  6. Now and then I don't mind romance -- it's infidelity that kills me and makes me all conservative -- but a hot bosom-heaving fling works for me usually! ;)

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  7. Oooooo. [eyeing Seven Locks and Ashenden with jealousy] :) I was offered Jasmine Nights last week but had already bought a copy!

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    1. The cover of Seven Locks is so stunning, I can't even take it! I'm really excited to dig into it!

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  8. Jasmine Nights looks interesting...can't wait to see what you think of it!

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    1. It looks sooooooooooo fun -- good summer-y fluff!

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  9. The adam johnson novel is outstanding audra. I hope you get a chance to read it...i know your reading pile is gigantic. Xo

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    1. Heather, so glad to hear that -- I'm reviewing it in August and am so excited -- it looks great!

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  10. I can't get over what an amazing cover that is for Seven Locks, holy moley. That is some brilliant design.

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    1. I know -- it's absolutely my favorite cover of this lot -- perhaps the whole summer. Just gorgeous!

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  11. Like your selection so much. I just read my first Donna Leon and liked it very much.

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    1. I'm v excited for her book -- she's a wholly new-to-me author!

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  12. I wouldn't even know where to start with this list. Have a great week.

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  13. I just got THE ORPHAN MASTER'S SON, too.

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  14. You seem to always get books with fantastic covers. Happy reading.

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  15. Ooh, I have the Giles Kristian novel too. It looks good, but I have to hold off on reading it for a while.

    I love the cover for Seven Locks!

    Happy reading, Audra :)

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  16. Wonderful stack of books...ENJOY!!!!

    Elizabeth

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  17. A bunch of these books I'd love to have. I subscribe to your blog, so I'm anxiously awaiting your reviews.

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    1. Aww, thank you, Mirella! Also, did you get an email from me -- you won my giveaway for last week!

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  18. Orphan Master's Son was quite different but I liked it a lot more than I thought I would.

    I asked for Ashenden (Edelweiss) but they haven't approved it yet.

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  19. You always seem to get books with the best covers! I'm always drooling! :)

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