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Sunday, September 23, 2012

September's Mid-Month Mailbox

Mid-Month Mailbox

This is the September edition of the mid-month mailbox, where I share the titles that have come through my mail slot over the last month.  This month has been a very good month for me.

Paperback Swap has been good to me:


Confederates, by Thomas Keneally; and

Coventry, by Helen Humpreys.

Volunteers of America has been even better to me:

Caesar, by Colleen McCullough;

The Boleyn Inheritance, by Philippa Gregory;

Of Men & of Angels, by Bodie & Brock Thoene;

The Red Queen, by Philippa Gregory;

The Rossetti Letter, by Christi Phillips; and

The Queen's Fool, by Philippa Gregory.

I also received two ARCs for review from HNS:

How Angels Die, by David-Michael Harding; and

Leeches and Liberty, by Richard H. Kennedy.

I also received digital review copies of eleven additional books.  All in all, a darned good haul for one month.  Now, all I need to do it to find the time to read all of those books!

What books did you get in your mailbox over the last month?


  1. You've got some really interesting books here. Great site!