Mailbox Monday December 3

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Mailbox Monday

BOOKS RECEIVED THIS PAST WEEK

The Goose Fritz  The Plotters

The Goose Fritz:
release date March 19
I really enjoyed a lot this Russian author in Oblivion, so no hesitation. Plus New Vessel Press always publishes high quality books

The Plotters:
release date Jan 29
A quirky, thought-provoking Korean thriller? That’s for me!
I received these 2 ebooks through Edelweiss

BOOKS CHECKED OUT AT THE LIBRARY

  A Moveable Feast   Kingdom of the Blind  Visiting Tom  

A Moveable Feast:
For Classics Spin #19

Kingdom of the Blind:
The latest of this amazing series

Visiting Tom:
Picked for me by my public library staff, for a Winter Reading Challenge

BOOKS JUST READ

click on the covers to know more about them

FICTION

little culinary triumphs

AUDIO

Armada

For books currently reading and books up next, come back tomorrow for my December top books to read!

WHAT ABOUT YOUR READING?

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25 thoughts on “Mailbox Monday December 3

    • You know, I used to listen to them, when they were narrated by Cosham. After his death, I was so disappointed by the new narrator, I started reading them instead. I think his voice and tone of voice do not fit with the calm, quiet, and contemplative Gamache

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  1. Books have been pouring into my house lately, new, used and library. Two that I am especially looking forward to are The Lost Queen by Signe Pike and Unsheltered by Barbara Kingsolver.

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    • OMG! and I didn’t know you were living in the Eastern townships. I went to visit Knowlton last Fall and loved a lot the region. Her series is really excellent, read them in order, for the evolution in the characters

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