Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday

Usually I post my Mailbox on the first Monday of the month, not sure why I didn’t this month. Maybe with all the end of the school year stuff I lost track of time.

Mailbox Monday was started by Marcia of To Be Continued, and now hosted on its own blog. I only post my mailbox once a month, so here are the books that I received in May and the first week of June:

Print

The Woman Who Would Be King: Hatshepsut’s Rise to Power in Ancient Egypt by Kara Cooney – from Crown Publishing

E-books

Forever Fat Loss by Ari Whitten – Purchased

Those Who Wish Me Dead by Michael Koryta – won from Little, Brown and Company via NetGalley

The Girls at the Kingfisher Club by Genevieve Valentine – from Atria Books via NetGalley

A Better World by Marcus Sakey – from Thomas & Mercer

The String Diaries by Stephen Lloyd Jones – from Mulholland Books via NetGalley

The Three by Sara Lotz –  won from Little, Brown and Company via NetGalley

The Directive by Matthew Quirk – won from Little, Brown and Company via NetGalley

The Fracking King by James Browning – freebie from Amazon Prime

On the Rocks with a Twist by Jay Stritch – From the author

The Shadow Wolves by Jared Sandman – won from Michelle at the Spring into Horror Read-a-Thon

Audio

Jack of Spies by David Downing – from Blackstone Audio via the Audiobook Jukebox

Bread & Butter by Michelle Wildgen – Purchased with Audible credit (review)


16 Comments

  1. That’s a nice mix of books! I don’t read a lot of biographies, however The Woman Who Would Be King sounds like one I’d enjoy. I used to be crazy about Ancient Egyptian history. It still intrigues me. Enjoy!!

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