Monday, July 25, 2011

Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday is a gathering place for readers to share the new books that arrived at your home the previous week.  It's a great chance to explore some great book blogs in the process.  Hosted this month at: A Sea of Books 

Last week's arrivals:
 
Have you read any of these yet?

40 comments:

  1. I read and loved Naomi-a really shocking book for its era-1925 or so-I would like to read the Du Maurier one of these days-

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  2. You received some great books! I've never read anything by Lisa Unger but I would like to give her a try. Happy reading!

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  3. You have some great books arrive. I haven't heard of any of them, but they all look enticing.

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  4. In Search of Rose Notes by Emily Arsenault looks really good! I really enjoyed Frenchman's Creek. I hope you've a great reading week ahead.

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  5. Lovely haul! Haven't read any of those, hope to hear soon what you thought of them.

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  6. I "snagged" the Unger book from LT a couple of months ago but have yet to see it. I'm glad you got your copy! Have a great week, Diane, and enjoy all your new reads!!

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  7. Many of these are new to me, I tried to click on a link but they aren't all working. Enjoy your books!

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  8. Many of these are new to me, I tried to click on a link but they aren't all working. Enjoy your books!

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  9. What an eclectic mix of books! I'm hoping to read IN SEARCH OF ROSE NOTES soon. Hope you enjoy all your new reads!

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  10. Ooh, I'm looking forward to Darkness, My Old Friend, which should be arriving in my mailbox soon!

    Northwest Corner is another one I'm interested in (loved Reservation Road!).

    And Frenchman's Creek...another blast from the past that I MUST reread. Thanks for sharing these wonderful titles.

    Here's MY MONDAY MEMES POST

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  11. In Search of the Rose Notes sounds really good! I must add it to my wishlist. Enjoy your books!

    Diana @ Book of Secrets

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  12. I haven't read any of these yet, but I've read really great reviews on Darkness, My Old Friend. Great mailbox! Enjoy!

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  13. Great batch of books. I have one by Lisa Unger in my TBR pile. I can't wait to hear what you think of her.

    Come on over and see what was in my mailbox this week!

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  14. I have heard good things about Lisa Unger but I have yet to read any of her books. Enjoy your books!

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  15. I have yet to read anything by Daphne Du Maurier, but I really, really want to. Have a great week.

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  16. I have been reading some intriguing things about Northwest Corner, and can't wait to see what you think of it. It sounds like it's an excellent book. Great mailbox this week! I hope you enjoy all of them!

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  17. I haven't read any of these yet, but I'll be curious to see how you find In Search of Rose Notes. It sounds so interesting from what I've read so far.

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  18. Frenchman's Creek is one I've been eyeballing for awhile. I keep telling myself I'm going to go on a Daphne du Maurier reading binge one of these times but haven't done it yet. Great mailbox!

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  19. In Search of Rose Notes looks really good. Happy reading!

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  20. A great list of books, enjoy!

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2011/07/mailbox-monday-dark-city-by-catherine.html

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  21. Cassandra at the Wedding sounds interesting. I haven't heard of this book but I will be adding it to my list.

    Thanks for the update on the Odelia series. I will see if they are at the library. If my company does stike I will have SO much time to read while commuting...

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  22. What a great batch of books! I can't wait to read Darkness, My Old Friend.

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  23. I was thinking I just read a review of Northwest Corner and I bet it was on Staci's blog. Enjoy your new books.

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  24. Lisa Unger sounds familiar to me, why does she sound familiar?

    Great mailbox, Diane! Hope you are having a great summer!

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  25. I'm now seriously convinced that you never have a bad mailbox week.

    Love the cover for the Unger book and of course the others in the loot seem pretty savy to me.

    Kiss them all for me :)

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  26. I really need to read a DuMaurier book. Enjoy all your new books, Diane :)

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  27. I am interested in the Lisa Unger books.

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  28. That looks like a great reading list.

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  29. Many new to me titles in your mailbox. I really need to try a Lisa Unger book sometime. Her books are quite popular. Enjoy all your new treasures.

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  30. I think you received some great looking books!! I was thrilled to send that one to you!!! :D

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  31. Nice books! I envy you the Daphne DuMaurier one. Happy reading!

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  32. Cassandra at the Wedding is a great read - absolutely recommend it.

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  33. These are all new to me but look good. I really like the cover of Naomi.

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  34. Nice mix of books this week. I haven't read any of these though I am familiar with a few of the authors.

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  35. envy, envy, envy.. I'd like to read Naomi and better get on my Maurier collection. When do you see yourself reading Frenchman Creek? Maybe we can read this together?

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  36. I think the next Du Maurier I will read will be the House on the Strand for the main reason is I have a copy of it-it is a tale of time travel-

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