Mailbox Monday is hosted by Marcia at The Printed Page. Check out her blog to find more Mailbox posts. Too many books again this week. I need help! But I'm not looking to hard for help because it's really fun to get books in the mail. Sounds like I'm still in denial.
Rough Country by John Sandford - The too kind Lydia Hirt wanted to send me another book because I didn't care for the first book she sent which was The Holy Bullet. I feel bad when an author or publisher sends me a review copy that I end up not liking, but I've never been offered a replacement book before. Like I say Lydia is very kind.
Junius & Joseph by Robert S. Wicks - was recommended by my delightful sis-in-law when she was visiting a few weeks ago from Ohio. It's about Joseph Smith's candidacy for U.S. President. Sounds really good!
Twice Dying by Neil Mahon - blame this on someone's great review. I love mystery/suspense so whoever it was didn't need to twist my arm too hard.
Hocus by Jan Burke - another mystery/suspense that received a good review on someone's blog.
City of Dreams by Beverly Swerling - Is a novel of Nieuw Amsterdam and Early Manhattan.
Absolute Certainty: A Crime Novel by Rose Connors - A legal thriller set in Chatham on Cape Cod. I think this is the 3rd or 4th book I've bought this month set in Cape Cod.
Looking After Pigeon by Maud Carol Markson - A review copy. Offered to me by Trish Collins for a TLC Tour.
Await Your Reply by Dan Chaon - I read several positive reviews for this book in the last few months.