New Kate Morton. yay!
The Europa books are beautiful. So glad to hear Harris has brought back her wonderful character Vianne - going on my wish list!
So looking forward to your thoughts on Kate Morton's new book. I love her writing. Have a great week, Diane, and happy reading!
Very nice mailbox. Most are "new to me" so will look out for your reviews to see if they go on my tbr list. Have a great week.
I thought those looked like Europa Books! All of your new books look great!
Great books, enjoy!
Great haul! Were you suppose to mention Secret books?
I really enjoyed Chocolat so I followed your link on the Joanne Harris book, Peaches for Father Francis, to discover it's a sequel to Chocolat, which puts it on my own TBR list.Also, ever since I read Lacuna, I've been interested in Frida Kahlo--I'll be interested to read how you find that book.Enjoy your new books!
Lovely! Can't wait to see what you think of the Kate Morton, I'm green with envy.
I've added The Secret Keeper to my list...and I hope you enjoy Love Anthony as much as I did.Here's MY MONDAY MEMES POST
Your book sounds interesting! Have a great reading week...Here is my Monday post!!
The Secret Keeper and Love Anthony are on my TBR lists. Enjoy.
The new Lisa Genova looks great, and I have heard some really interesting things about it as well, and those Europa editions are really cool! Nice new additions today!
The Secret Keeper caught my eye.http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2012/09/mailbox-monday_17.html
Love the variety! Enjoy all of your new reads!
I really want to read Love Anthony!
I want to hear what you think of Love, Anthony. It is quite a departure for her in many ways.
They all appeal to me. Gee thanks! ;-) Happy reading this week.
I own a couple of Europa books but haven't read them yet. I have heard such good things about them though, I really should make some time for them soon.
Diane, most of these titles are new to me! I hope you'll enjoy each one. :)
Lots of nice books this week. I have Secret Keeper too.
The only book known to me from this wondrous list is the Roma Tearne one. A good one - immigrants, second generation immigrants, assimmilation and generally very good all round.
I am looking forward to reading The Secret Keeper.
Nothing wrong with going Europe!!! I have 2 of the books in your second picture. I hope they're all winners!!
I see you have the Secret Keeper...I love Kate Morton.ENJOY!!!ElizabethSilver's Reviewshttp://silversolara.blogspot.com/2012/09/mailbox-monday-9172012.html
The Europa books look fantastic. Happy reading!
I'm anxious to read Peaches for Father Francis. I enjoyed Chocolat (years ago!), and thought The Girl With No Shadow was even better. I'm glad to see third in this series!
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