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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?

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