Mailbox Monday
Yesterday felt like spring. Today we’re back to winter. I like the warm better.

A couple of audiobooks made their way to my house this week. To check out everyone’s additions and add you own link, head to the Mailbox Monday Blog.

Audiobooks

I loved City of Stairs, so I had to pick up City of Blades.

Mailbox Monday – 2/1 City of Blades by Robert Jackson Bennett
Narrator: Alma Cuervo
Series: The Divine Cities #2
Published by Recorded Books on January 26, 2016
Genres: Fantasy
Length: 20 hrs 27 mins
Format: Audiobook
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The city of Voortyashtan was once the domain of the goddess of death, war, and destruction, but now it’s little more than a ruin. General Turyin Mulaghesh is called out of retirement and sent to this hellish place to try to find a Saypuri secret agent who’s gone missing in the middle of a mission, but the city of war offers countless threats: not only have the ghosts of her own past battles followed her here, but she soon finds herself wondering what happened to all the souls that were trapped in the afterlife when the Divinities vanished. Do the dead sleep soundly in the land of death? Or do they have plans of their own?

“A” is for Asshat came from the narrator via Audiobook Blast.

Mailbox Monday – 2/1 "A" is for Asshat by Rebecca Cantrell, Sean Black
Narrator: Madeline Mrozek
Series: Malibu Mystery #1
Published by Mainly Murder Press on January 15, 2016
Genres: Mystery
Length: 6 hrs 38 mins
Format: Audiobook
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After a decade spent in the glare of the Hollywood spotlight as the star of kids’ TV show Half Pint Detective, Sofia Salgado has had enough. Desperate to build a life outside showbiz, she quits acting to do something that everyone around her– including her family – thinks is plain nuts. Get a real job.

They think she’s even crazier when she announces that she’s going to become a real detective, instead of playing one on TV. She’s convinced the technical consultant from her TV show, Brendan Maloney, to take her on in his detective agency, but can accident-prone Sofia hack it?

Did you pick up any good books lately?