Feb 27, 2012

Mailbox Monday: Feb. 27

Mailbox Monday is hosted by DCMetroreader at Metroreader; share the books you recently received in the mail.

(click on the titles for details)



The Expats: A Novel by Chris Pavone,
thanks to Crown Publishers


The Little Shadows: a Novel by Marina Endicott,
thanks to Hutchinson, London




The Playgroup by Janey Fraser,
thanks to Arrow Books, London


The Sexy Vegan Cookbook by Brian L. Patton,
thanks to New World Library


What arrived in your mailbox last week?

14 comments:

Zibilee said...

Expats is supposed to be a really good book, so I hope that you enjoy it and all your others as well!

Anna said...

The first two books look especially good. Happy reading!

gautami tripathy said...

All the books sound interesting. Happy reading!

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Jo-Jo said...

The Little Shadows looks interesting to me...enjoy your new books!

Jennifer | Mrs Q Book Addict said...

The playgroup looks interesting. Happy reading!

Mason Canyon said...

You have some really interesting books here. Looking forward to your take on them.

Mason
Thoughts in Progress

Nise' said...

I will have to check out the Vegan Cookbook for my best friend.

TheBookGirl said...

You got several books that look very interesting to me!

I am a longtime vegetarian who flirts with going vegan from time to time, so the cookbook is a must see, and The Little Shadows looks like a special read.

Mary (Bookfan) said...

I'm in WWI era mode with my reading lately so The Little Shadows appeals to me. Hope you enjoy all your new books!

Staci said...

These are all new to me and I like the covers!! Sexy Vegan...must check that out!

Staci said...

Hey, that cat is wayyyy coool! Didn't realize that he/she follows my mouse!

Harvee said...

The cat will purr if you touch the white spot on it's chest!

Meg @ A Bookish Affair said...

The Playgroup looks good!

Lisa said...

The covers of The Little Shadows really grabs my attention!

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