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Sunday, April 10, 2011

Mailbox Monday 11th April 2011

Mailbox Monday is on tour. For this month it is being hosted by Passages to the Past. My mailbox continues to be the series of the Morland Dynasty. The four books not listed in order is of particular interest to me as some of the topics are completely new to me. George V, what on earth was the Cat and Mouse Act, am looking forward to the Divorce Act as well. So many interesting features of these books.

Please visit the links on this post at Passages to the Past. There are so many bloggers out there with loads of interesting suggestions for reading.


Begins 1912. George V. Titanic. Cat and Mouse Act


Begins 1908. Edwardian. Aviation.



Begins 1857. The American Civil War. The Divorce Act. The first underground Railway.



Begins in 1885. Late Victorian. Oscar Wilde. Prince of Wales set. Girls Education
Starts in 1815 and deals with the campaign of the 100 days and the Battle of Waterloo.

26 comments:

Blodeuedd said...

You have quite the collection soon :)

Aisle B said...

ohhhhh the Morland Dynasty continues to reign in your Mailbox. I envy you since you must have bought out the whole set.

I have a church book sale in May, so hope to have some great finds like you. Counting the clock down until then.

Happy reading Mystica :)

here's mine over at Aisle B

http://aisleb.tumblr.com/post/4483920375/in-my-mailbox-mailbox-monday

Mary said...

Wow, there were more? They do sound good so I hope you enjoy them!

Elysium said...

There are so many books in that serie! If my library gets those I'll read them.
Enjoy!

Kaye said...

Fantastic set of books you have Mystica. The first two sound really good. I like those time frames. Have a wonderful week and happy reading.

Julie @ Knitting and Sundries said...

Oh, boy! Another collection that I am sorely lacking! These look great; enjoy them all!

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

I haven't read this author, but you're tempting me....

Here's MY MONDAY MEMES POST

Jez said...

Wow! What a collection of books! I'll read them if I could find them.

Thanks for hopping over to my blog. Hope you'll have a great day!

Jess - A Book Hoarder said...

You always have a stack of books to make me jealous for MM. I hope you enjoy them all!

bermudaonion said...

Wow, I had no idea that series is that big and detailed. Enjoy!

lifeinreviewblog said...

Hope you enjoy all your books! Here's my mailbox: http://tinyurl.com/3s2hzgu

Audra said...

Oooh -- I haven't read this series but have heard of it -- I love owning all of something so I'd have to collect all of them, too, if I started reading them!

Beth(bookaholicmom) said...

How many books are in this series? They do sound very good and very tempting. I may have to check and see if our library has them after seeing how much you are enjoying them.

Kay said...

These look really good. Obviously a series. Hope you enjoy them!!

Crystal (I totally paused!) said...

Oooo, such a lovely mailbox! I'm jealous, I may have to check some of these out at the library :)

Wendi B. - Wendi's Book Corner ~ Rainy Day Reads in Seattle said...

What a nice collection! Thanks for stopping by this morning. :)

Wendi

Tribute Books Mama said...

Great books, enjoy them.

stop and see mine and my giveaways.

Bunnitaz said...

Adding to your collection I see. Enjoy your books. Here's my Mailbox Monday post
Worth Reading It?

Kate {The Parchment Girl} said...

Wow, so many books by the same author! Hope you enjoy them all!

Amused said...

I have the first book in this series! I hope you like it :)

Leslie said...

I haven't read anything in this series but I do enjoy historical fiction.

Alyce said...

I haven't read anything by this author, but the series looks very interesting.

CMash said...

This is a "new to me" author. Will have to do some checking regarding her books.

avisannschild said...

Hope you enjoy this series!

Mrs. Q: Book Addict said...

Enjoy! I love finding a great series. This author is also new to me.

Lesa said...

Never heard of these but the snippets sound interesting. Enjoy!

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