Sunday, September 16, 2012

Mailbox Monday

This is where we spotlight the books that came to our home in the last week. Caveat:  Mailbox Monday can cause your TBR pile to increase exponentially. Mailbox Monday's host for September is Kristen at BookNaround.





A couple of these arrived while we were up north for my brother's funeral. Not sure what day they arrived but here's what showed up in the last two weeks.

Iced Chiffon by Duffy Brown from Berkley Prime Crime for review/giveaway.

If Mashed Potatoes Could Dance by Paige Shelton from  Berkley Prime Crime for review/giveaway.

The Hiding Place by David Bell from SA/Nal.

The Right Guard by Alexandra Hamlet won from Mystery Staircase. ( this one has TBG written all over it!)

A Sinister Sense by Allison Kingsley won from Karen at Bookin' with Bingo.

The Ruins of Lace by Iris Anthony from SA/Sourcebooks


What exciting books made their way to your mailbox?


 

26 comments:

  1. It looks like you got a lot of great mysteries. Enjoy!

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  2. Those cozies look really good. Have fun with the books.

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  3. Great looking books. I enjoyed The Ruins of Lace.

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  4. I think you have some winners in that stack!!!

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  5. These look like some great titles - Happy reading!

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  6. That is one terrifc stack of books Kaye --enjoy

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  7. Kaye: So sorry that you lost your brother. I hope that all your memories give you comfort. Big mailbox!! Enjoy! I'm interested in The Right Guard (haven't had my 2nd cup of coffee and can't figure out what TBG means).

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  8. What would happen if mashed tater could dance? Let us know!

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  9. Fabulous looking stack! Iced Chiffon is one I've been noticing lately. Enjoy!

    Here's MY MONDAY MEMES POST

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  10. So sorry to hear about your brother. For now remember the fond memories you have of him, than he will always be in your heart.

    I love that title "If Mashed Potatoes Could Dance" Now what in the world could that book be about?

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  11. Great new books for you this week,enjoy!

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2012/09/mailbox-monday_17.html

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  12. The Ruins Of Lace looks really good, and also like a chunkster! Very cool stack you've got there!

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  13. Great books this week...I think I'd enjoy most of those! Thanks for stopping by My Added to the Bookshelf Post!

    ♥ Melissa @ Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf

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  14. Great haul. So sorry to hear about your brother :(

    Colletta

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  15. The Mashed Potato books sounds … kooky?

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  16. Loads of mysteries for you this week, eh? Happy reading.

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  17. Maybe I could just go live at Berkley Crime! They always have such yummy looking books. Must get.

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  18. Sorry to hear about your brother. I haven't read any of these books. If Mashed Potatoes Could Dance is a catch title though.

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  19. That's a great looking pile of mysteries - enjoy!

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  20. Enjoy your books. You've got some good reads.

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  21. Looks like yummy reads! I'm glad you had some nice surprises waiting for you after a long, sad trip. I'm thinking of you! {hug}

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  22. Hi Kaye,

    I am so sorry for your loss and hope that everything went as well as could be expected for his funeral. I know how you must be feeling, as I lost my own mum just about three months ago, especially when you don't live close by.

    You have some great books this week ... 'The Ruins Of Lace' seems to be doing the rounds at the moment and I already have it on my list, although I have yet to see a review for it ... My favourite from your list and another new addition to my list is 'The Hiding Place', this sounds like a fantastic read, from a new to me author, so thanks for highlighting it.

    Take Care and enjoy your books,

    Yvonne

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  23. Those all look so good. ENJOY!!!

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    http://silversolara.blogspot.com/2012/09/mailbox-monday-9172012.html

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  24. Lol. I love the title If Mashed Potatoes Could Dance! The title alone makes me curious about the book. I have a Ruins of Lace as well. When do you have plans to read it?

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  25. I have The Ruins of Lace, too, so I'm really looking forward to your thoughts on that one!

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