In My Mailbox (Jan. 6)

Cute meme hosted by The Story Siren
Received from Netgalley:
1. A Taste Fur Murder–Dixie Lyle (Whiskey, Tango and Foxtrot Mystery #1)
2. The Revenant of Thraxton Hall–Vaughn Entwistle (Paranormal Casebooks of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle #2)
3. City of Jasmine–Deanna Raybourn (Jasmine #1)
4. The Splendour Falls–Susanna Kearsley
Received from Edelweiss:


1. The Girl Who Came Home–Hazel Gaynor
2. Ravenscliffe–Jane Sanderson (Netherwood #2)
3. The Death of Lucy Kyte–Nicola Upson (Josephine Tey Mystery #5)
Received for Christmas:


1. The Sayers Swindle–Victoria Abbott (Book Collector Mystery #2)
2. Home for the Haunting–Juliet Blackwell (Haunted Renovation Mystery #4)
3. Murder, She Barked–Krista Davis (Paws and Claws Mystery #1)
Received from LibraryThing Secret Santa 2013:

 1. Russka–Edward Rutherfurd
2. Arthur & George–Julian Barnes
3. A Conspiracy of Paper–David Liss (Benjamin Weaver #1)
4. Evans Above–Rhys Bowen (Constable Evan Evans Mystery #1)
Bought for Kindle:


 1. The Winter Sea–Susanna Kearsley
2. The Shadowy Horses–Susanna Kearsley
3. The Rose Garden–Susanna Kearsley
4. Shutter Island–Dennis Lehane

Received from Library:

1. Flowerbed of State–Dorothy St. James (White House Gardener Mystery #1)
Received from

 1. Queen Jezebel–Jean Plaidy (Catherine De Medici #3)
2. The Royal Physician’s Visit–Per Olov Enquist

Well that was quite the bookish haul. What do you guys think? Any of your favorites in my selection this week? I cannot wait to read all of these books as they look so delightful.

One thought on “In My Mailbox (Jan. 6)

  1. Your mailbox is full of awesome! I haven't read The Rose Garden yet but I LOVED the other three Susanna Kearsley books you got. Shutter Island is so good as is Russka. Happy Reading! I can't wait to see what you think of all of these!


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