In My Mailbox (Nov. 26)

In My Mailbox is a cute meme hosted by The Story Siren and I absolutely adore it.
Received from Edelweiss for Review:
1. The Real Jane Austen: A Life in Small Things–Paula Byrne
Received from Netgalley for Review:
1. The Revenge of Moriarty–John Gardner (Professor Moriarty #2)
Bought (for Kindle):
1. The Return of Moriarty–John Gardner (Professor Moriarty #1)
2. She Wore Only White–Dorthe Binkert
Because I received the second book in the Professor Moriarty series for review, I felt that I had to buy the first one in the series because I am anal about reading series in order. Can’t wait to read these as I love Sherlock Holmes and I love to read other authors’ takes on the famous detective and Watson.
Kindle Freebies:
 
1. Cruel Music–Beverle Graves Myers (Tito Amato Mystery #3)
From the Library:
1. Death in the Floating City–Tasha Alexander (Emily Ashton Mystery #7)
2. Venom–Fiona Paul (Secrets of the Eternal Rose #1)
3. The Walnut Tree–Charles Todd
 I absolutely cannot wait to read all of these books. What do you guys think about my haul this week? Did I get something that catches your eye? What did you get this week? 

12 thoughts on “In My Mailbox (Nov. 26)

  1. I haven't read any of Charles Todd before. I am hoping this one is good because I really want to get into his two historical mystery series. Do you know anything about them?Kimberlee

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  2. I'd buy the Moriarty books just because of the covers, they promise such exciting adventures. Hope they're good! I checked out 2 books from the library this week: Ignore Everybody by Hugh MacLeod and Quiet by Susan Cain. Usually I wouldn't go for 2 non-fiction titles at the same time but they became available days within each other and I didn't dare lose my place in queue.

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  3. Apparently they are re-releases of the same books which were published, I think, in the 1950's. I have them coming up soon and hope you'll come back to see how I feel about them. I love Sherlock Holmes and Watson.I normally don't read a lot of non-fiction either, but if it looks good, I'll pick it up. And you mustn't lose your spot in the queue. That is unthinkable. I am the same way about library books. All my family thinks I'm weird, but I don't care.Kimberlee

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