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Monday, March 9, 2015

Mailbox Monday/It's Monday! What are you reading?



I missed out last week's meme because of work. This week I am getting this done early.  We are also moving house today and I am now almost packed and ready to go.

The books that came over the last two weeks are

Image result for the americans chitra viraraghavan   Image result for bless me father neil boyd      The Guest Cottage      





            Image result for orchard house tara austen weaver        Image result for the pretenders lady alan gold




Image result for the queens caprice jean echenoz         Image result for three many cooks pam anderson       


It is quite a pile and I really have a problem choosing which one to read first.

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Reading Ladies of the House. Not quite what I expected!!!








8 comments:

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

Oh dear. Neither of your links at It's Monday are working. I had to find you on my own.

Enjoy your week!

Here's my It's Monday!

shelleyrae @ book'd out said...

That's quite the selection,me Joy!

Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out

Christina T said...

Hope all goes well with your move.

Lots of interesting books on your list. I want to read The Americans. I love that cover! I am also interested in reading The Guest Cottage although her books are hit or miss with me.

bermudaonion said...

Good luck with the move - you have quite a selection of books to settle down with once you're unpacked.

Teddyree said...

Wow nice selection of books ... I love the look of Three Many Cooks and The Guest Cottage sounds good too. All the best with the move :)

Kathryn T said...

Hope the move goes smoothly, that will damper down your reading time. Will be watching out for your review now for your The Ladies of the House as it wasn't what you were expecting.

Nise' said...

All the best to you on this move. I saw a few of these too and am interested.

Literary Feline said...

I hope the move went well, Mystica! Moving is something I have never enjoyed doing.

Your new books all look good! The Americans cover drew me right to it. As well as The Prentender's Lady.