Nov 1, 2019

Sunday Salon: The Hidden World of the Fox by Adele Brand

New arrival:

The Hidden World of the Fox

The Hidden World of the Fox by Adele Brand, October 22, 2019, William Morrow

Genre: nonfiction, ecology
"Brand has studied foxes for twenty years across four continents—from the Yucat√°n rainforest to India’s remote Thar Desert, from subarctic Canada to metropolitan London. Her observations have convinced her that the fox is arguably the most modern of all wildlife, uniquely suited to survival in the rapidly expanding urban/wild interface."

Currently reading:

In the Shadow of Power (Sandhamn Murders #7)

In the Shadow of Power by Viveca Sten, October 22, 2019, Amazon Crossing

The new summer house on Sandhamn Island in the Swedish archipelago is an architectural dream for its owner, Carsten Jonsson. It’s a nightmare for the locals. When a body is found, Detective Inspector Thomas Andreasson isn’t sure if it’s murder or a tragic accident.
On the home front, it's been raining for a few days now and windy and cold. We took a walk this afternoon in the park when it warmed up to the mid 40s, dressed in our winter clothes, of course. I may not be quite ready for winter!

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Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

I'm definitely on the lookout for The Hidden World of the Fox. I just added it to my TBR list for Nonfiction November. It looks like a book I would very much enjoy reading. I look forward to seeing your review.

In the Shadow of Power looks good, too.

I hope you have a wonderful week.

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

In the Shadow of Power looks great. Beautiful cover, too. Thanks for sharing and enjoy your week.

Laura at Library of Clean Reads said...

Same weather on this end. Perfect for cuddling up with a good book. Enjoy your reading week!

pussreboots said...

The Hidden World of the Fox is on my wishlist. My weekly update

Martha Eskuchen said...

40s is cold enough for us in North Florida.
The Fox book sure sounds interesting.
Happy Reading!

shelleyrae @ book'd out said...

Well it’s definitely heating up here.
Foxes are considered to be an invasive species here, Ive Never seen one though,

Wishing you a great reading week

Mary (Bookfan) said...

The fox book sounds interesting!

JoAnn said...

The HIdden World of the Fo sounds like a good Nonfiction November book!

bermudaonion said...

I'm into nonfiction these days so The Hidden World of the Fox looks good to me.

Judith said...

I have had The Hidden World of the Fox on my Library Holds list for several months now. Sadly, some libraries in our system (and the one that has this book) will not lend to patrons in other libraries until a year has passed. I must prod our library to get it. Where I live in the Adirondack wilderness, I am fascinated by both fox and coyote, although we do indeed have an occasional wolf that has come south from Canada wandering through. Can't wait to read it! Best wishes.

Nicci said...

I like foxes. I hope you enjoy your books!

Suko said...

Your blog has a new look--I like it!

The fox book interests me as well. (I have a lot to learn about them.)

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