I usually post my new books on the first Monday of the month, but forgot last, so these are the books I received in December and the beginning of January. Check out other’s posts and leave your link at Mailbox Monday.
But first, my Christmas present from David and Amber: a Kindle Fire HDX. I love it!
Now, onto the books.
Ebooks / Print
The Princess of Egypt Must Die by Stephanie Dray – Purchased (Kindle freebie)
The Line by J. D. Horn – Freebie from Amazon Prime
Fog City Strangler by Greg Messel – from the author and Pump Up Your Book
A Spirited Season by Karen Cantwell, Misha Crews, Laura Lucas - from CWC via NetGalley
The Lost Girls of Rome by Donato Carrisi – from Mulholland Books via NetGalley
Me and Murder, She Wrote by Peter S. Fischer – from Grove Point Press via NetGalley
The Collector of Dying Breaths by M. J. Rose – from Atria via NetGalley
The Girl with a Clock for a Heart by Peter Swanson – from William Morrow via Edelweiss
Natchez Burning by Greg Iles – from William Morrow via Edelweiss
Bold: A Cookbook of Big Flavors by Susanna Hoffman and Victoria Wise – from Workman
The Black Song Inside by Carlyle Clark – from the author and Pump Up Your Book
Pagan Spring by G. M. Malliet – purchased (review)
Invitation to Die by Helen Smith – from the author (review)
It’s the first Monday in December and it’s beginning to look like Christmas at my house. I love Christmas I just wish I lived farther south because I hate the snow and cold. On the other hand, it’s the perfect temperature to curl up under a blanket and read. on of the books I got in the past month. Mailbox Monday is hosted by Gilion of Rose City Reader this month.
Merry & Bright edited by Lucie Simone – from Fictionella
Champagne Lies by Wendy VanHatten – from Pump Up Your Book
Miracles and Massacres by Glenn Beck – from Simon & Schuster Audio
And, I’m signing up, a little late, for Michelle’s annual Christmas Spirit Reading Challenge. I’m only committing to the Candy Cane Level, which is to read one book, but I’m certainly hoping to surpass that. I may even read a couple of kids books and watch a tv special or two.
It’s the first Monday in November, and I’m already tired of the cold weather. On the other hand, it’s the perfect temperature to curl up under a blanket and read. on of the books I got in the past month. Mailbox Monday is hosted by Crystal of I totally paused! this month.
For Lovers of God Everywhere: Poems of the Christian Mystics by Roger Housden – from PaperbackSwap
Pray For Us Sinners by Peter S. Fischer – from Grove Point Press via NetGalley
The Norfolk Mystery by Ian Sansom – from HarperCollins and Partners in Crime Tours
The King’s Hounds by Martin Jensen – from AmazonCrossing
Love Story with Murders by Harry Bingham – from Random House via NetGalley
Dilemma by Jon Cleary – from AudioGo via Audiobook Jukebox