Sunday, June 8, 2014

Booksie's Shelves, June 7, 2014

Another great week of reading.  I finally finished The March Of Folly by Barbara Tuchman which I've had a bookmark in for months.  I also started some great mysteries, a couple of nonfiction books about historical places that have been overlooked and a year's nature observations in Scotland, and a fantasy book I think will be great.  Here's the new books I received since the last post:

1.  The Shadow Queen, Sandra Gullard, historical fiction, won in contest
2.  Down The Shore, Stan Parish, literary fiction, sent by publisher
3.  Running Secrets, Arleen Williams, literary fiction, sent by publisher
4.  Joseph Finder, Suspicion, mystery, sent by publisher
5.  Fatal Purity, Ruth Scurr, biography, Paperbackswap book
6.  Face Value, Michael Kahn, mystery, sent by publisher
7.  Paw Prints In My Heart, Andrew Hessel, memoir/pet story, sent by author
8.  The Assassin King, Elizabeth Haydon, fantasy, Paperbackswap book
9.  A Barricade In Hell, Jaime Lee Moyer, fantasy, sent by publisher
10.  Mortom, Erik Thierme, mystery/horror, sent by author
11.  Thunderstruck & Other Stories, Elizabeth McCracken, anthology, Curled Up With A Good Book
12.  Frog Music, Emma Donoghue, literary fiction, gift from friend
13.  The Steady Running Of The Hour, Justin Go, literary fiction, Curled Up With A Good Book
14.  The Skin Collector, Jeffrey Deaver, mystery, Curled Up With A Good Book
15.  The Black Country, Alex Grecian, mystery, sent by publisher
16.  What Has Become Of You, Jan Elizabeth Watson, mystery, sent by publisher

Here's the list of what I'm 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.  Field Notes From A Hidden City, Esther Woolfson, hardback
5.  The Sign Of The Book, John Dunning, hardback
6.  A Necessary End, Peter Robinson, paperback
7.  The Silent Wife, A.S.A. Harrison, paperback
8.  Here Is Where, Andrew Carroll, paperback
9.  Compulsion, Jonathan Kellerman, paperback
10.  The Spook Lights Affair, Marica Muller/Bill Pronzini, hardback
11.  Dying Light, Stuart MacBride, reading on Kindle Fire

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