Mailbox Monday is a chance for book lovers everywhere to shout out all of the new books that they've recently acquired. Dolce Bellezza, one of my favorite bloggers, is hosting for the month of June. Feel free to join in the fun.
I haven't participated for (3) weeks but my mailbox has been stuffed.
- The Widow's Waltz; Sally Koslow - (Viking)
- Juliet in August; Dianne Warren (paperback swap)
- The River of No Return; Bee Ridgway (Dutton)
- Perfect Health Diet; (paperback swap) - Jaminet
- Help for the Haunted; John Searles - (William Morrow)
- The Wife, the Maid and the Mistress; Ariel Lawhon (Doubleday)
- The Curiosity; Stephen Kiernan (William Morrow)
- The Threads of the Heart; Carole Martinez - (Europa - purchase)
- The Perfect Ghost; Linda Barnes (Amazon Vine)
- The Son; Philipp Meyer - (Harper Collins-Ecco)
I had the pleasure of meeting John Searles at BEA and am definitely looking forward to reading his book. Enjoy and have a good week!ReplyDelete
WeeeeeeeOooooooooo, that is some fine mailbox full!ReplyDelete
Wow, wow, and wow! These ALL look fabulous; I can't wait to see what people think of The River of No Return; I've been seeing it in a lot of places!ReplyDelete
Oh, these look good. We received a few of the same books.ReplyDelete
The River of No Return is one I'd like to read as long as there isn't too much romance in it. I like the time travel and the history though. Maybe I'll just wait for your review.
Very nice mailbox. They look good.ReplyDelete
ENJOY all your books.
I didn't post a Mailbox Monday this week. I am not home yet. Will be heading home tomorrow from the BEA. I am just checking out everyone's mailboxes. :)
I do have a review of THE TIME BETWEEN by Karen White posted this morning.
I just finished The Beautiful Mystery; it was awesome. Can't wait to dig in to the stack of new books on my desk.ReplyDelete
That is a very full mailbox! The River of No Return sounds like a good read to me. I will wait to see what you think of it! Have a good week!ReplyDelete
Great mailbox Diane! There's quite a few in there I would mind reading. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
Your mailbox has been stuffed, Diane. I am sure you'll enjoy many of these. I hope to read your reviews of some of them relatively soon.ReplyDelete
So many good books. The cover of The Widow Walz caught my eye probably because I'm craving a good summer vacation!ReplyDelete
Looks like a great collection of books. Enjoy. I will look forward to your reviews.ReplyDelete
I received The River of No Return last week and haven't read it yet, but I can say that I have already read many exciting reviews of it! Enjoy your new books!ReplyDelete
All new to me. Looking forward to your thoughts.ReplyDelete
I have a couple of these. The rest look like great reads!ReplyDelete
I met John Searles last week so I'm dying to get Help for the Haunted!ReplyDelete
I really do have to get back into reading a good book. These have made me want to do just that. Great list Diane, thank you.ReplyDelete
Most are new to me, Diane. I hope you enjoy them. I thought The Widow Waltz was pretty good.ReplyDelete
Happy Monday! All the books sound good. Have a great week!ReplyDelete
How exciting! So many books to look forward to! I'm really looking forward to John Searles's book. And the River of No Return sure sounds good. All of them do really . . . So much temptation!ReplyDelete
I received The River of no Return as well - doesn't it sound like a great read? Haven't heard of some of the others but I'm curious about the Threads of the Heart - Europa editions always feature such interesting books.ReplyDelete
I'm curious about The Widow Waltz, as I've enjoyed Koslow's previous novels. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
I'm loving all of them!ReplyDelete