Thursday, March 20, 2014

Booksie's Shelf, March 20, 2014

North Carolina had another ice storm this week, but today the sun is shining and spring flowers are blooming.  My backyard is full of robins and I hope spring is here to stay.  This week I've been in the 1800's with a feral girl adopted by a rich family, with an art model being stalked by a killer, with an Indian chef who has moved from India to England to Switzerland, and out west on a rural farm.  Here are the new books or portals to other worlds that have shown up since my last post:

1.  The Code Of The Hills, Nancy Allen, mystery, sent by publisher
2.  Almost Royalty, Courtney Hamilton, chick-lit, sent by publisher
3.  Bittersweet, Miranda Whittemore, literary fiction, won in contest
4.  Far To Go, Alison Pick, literary fiction, Paperbackswap
5.  Chop Chop, Simon Wroe, literary fiction, won in contest
6.  Swimming Home, Deborah Levy, literary fiction, Paperbackswap
7.  Acts Of God, Ellen Gilchrist, anthology, sent by publisher
8.  A Dangerous Age, Ellen Gilchrist, literary fiction, sent by publisher
9.  The Promise, Ann Weisberger, historical fiction, sent for book tour
10.  Airstreaming, Tom Schabarum, literary fiction, sent by publisher
11.  Waiting For Wednesday, Nicci French, mystery, sent by publisher
12.  Incendiary Girls, Kodi Scheer, anthology, sent for book tour
13.  Savage Harvest, Carl Hoffman, nonfiction, sent by publisher

What I'm currently reading:

1.  The Luminaries, Eleanor Catton, reading on Kindle
2.  The Flamethrowers, Rachel Kushner, reading on Kindle Fire
3.  The Orphan Master's Son, Adam Johnson, hardback
4.  Rivers, Michael Farris Smith, hardback
5.  A March Of Folly, Barbara Tuchman, hardback
6.  A Necessary End, Peter Robinson, paperback
7.  Ripper, Isabel Allende, hardback
8.  The Murder Wall, Mari  Hannah, reading on Kindle Fire
9.  The Forest Unseen, David Haskell, reading on Kindle
10.  The Silent Wife, A.S.A. Harrison, paperback
11.  The Hundred-Foot Journey, Richard Morais, paperback
12.  Wolf, Mo Hayder, paperback

Have a great spring beginning this week!

1 comment:

Book Bloggers International said...

I love how many books come in to you! Looks like another good pile!