Mailbox Monday ~ March 27th
After several years of being on tour with different blogs as the monthly host, the Mailbox Monday Blog is now the permanent home for the meme.
Happy Monday! I’ve been reading but not doing a lot of writing, so there are a bunch of reviews to catch up on. Perhaps it’s a touch of spring fever, but I’ve had the urge to throw open the windows, clean up the house and garden, and start planting veggies.
Last week was a great week for new books. Earlier this month, HarperCollins hosted an online preview of some of their upcoming summer titles from a variety of imprints, and I was lucky enough to win a tote filled with the books featured by William Morrow Paperbacks.
From William Morrow Paperbacks
The Alice Network by Kate Quinn
Two women—a female spy recruited to the real-life Alice Network in France during World War I and an unconventional American socialite searching for her cousin in 1947—are brought together in a mesmerizing story of courage and redemption.
The Cottingley Secret by Hazel Gaynor
The New York Times bestselling author of The Girl Who Came Home turns the clock back one hundred years to a time when two young girls from Cottingley, Yorkshire, convinced the world that they had done the impossible and photographed fairies in their garden. Now, in her newest novel, international bestseller Hazel Gaynor reimagines their story.
The Daughters of Ireland by Santa Montefiore
International sensation Santa Montefiore presents the second book in her romantic and unforgettable Deverill Chronicles trilogy, which follows three Irish women through the decades of the twentieth century.
My Sister’s Bones by Nuala Ellwood
A psychological thriller about a war reporter who returns to her childhood home after her mother’s death but becomes convinced that all is not well in the house next door—but is what she’s seeing real or a symptom of the trauma she suffered in Syria?
Goodnight From London by Jennifer Robson
A lush historical novel that tells the fascinating story of Ruby Sutton, an ambitious American journalist who moves to London in 1940 to report on the Second World War, and to start a new life an ocean away from her past.
The Marriage Bureau: The True Story of How Two Matchmakers Arranged Love in Wartime London by Penrose Halson
A riveting glimpse of life and love during and after World War II—a heart-warming, touching, and thoroughly absorbing true story of a world gone by.
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