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What's in your mailbox?
I have to admit, I'm pretty bowled over by the riches that I found in my mailbox this past week. I wouldn't have known where to begin except that on Friday night, I was really angry about something and seeing red. So my reading choice was obvious!
by Christopher Farnsworth
An ARC for review from G.P. Putnam's Sons
Vampires, zombies, politicians! Oh my! I think this one is going to be BIG!
I read it over the weekend, and rate it 5 fangy stars of fun! It was a great choice for getting my mind off my troubles and provided edge-of-my-seat suspense as well as chuckles. Oh, and btw, the author is a screenwriter, and we all know what that means . . .
The other titles I received are much more serious fare and they all look so good . . .
by Chevy Stevens
an ARC for review from Macmillan
GIRL IN TRANSLATION
by Jean Kwok
for review from G.P. Putnam/Riverhead
BROKEN GLASS PARK
by Alina Bronsky
for review from Penguin
THE EYES OF WILLIE McGEE
by Alex Heard
an ARC for review from Harper Collins
LADY OF THE BUTTERFLIES
by Fiona Mountain (Don't you just love her name?!)
an ARC for review G.P. Putnam/Riverhead
Thank you to the publishers and publicists for providing these to me for review.