Marcia from The Printed Page. You can find more Mailbox Monday posts linked at her blog.
Syren by Angie Sage is an review copy. You will all recognize this author's name and her wonderful fantasy series that starts with Magyk and features Septimus Heap. This is book #5. I've started reading it already and am loving it.
Mr. Timothy by Louis Bayard - this is perhaps the most cherished book that came into my mailbox this week. Cath from read_warbler was doing some shelf-cleaning to make way for new books and I was the lucky recipient of one of those discarded books. Mr. Timothy features Tiny Tim as a grown man. That and the fact that it's an historical thriller has me anxious to read it.
The Children's Hour by Marcia Willett - I don't know how this one found it's way into my mailbox. As soon as I opened the package I recognized this book as one I had borrowed from my sister. It is still waiting on the shelf for me to read! How do these crazy things happen?
Daisy Fay and the Miracle Man by Fannie Flagg - I have another book by Fannie Flagg that I borrowed from my brother. He, my mom and a sister have all read it and recommended it, so I went ahead and ordered two more books by her. Mind you, I haven't read the one I borrowed yet.
Can't Wait to Get to Heaven by Fannie Flagg - (see above) Also, one of my f2f book club members recommended this one.
Burglars Can't Be Choosers by Lawrence Block - this is book one in a mystery series. I already have a couple in this series so I thought I better get the first. I see no problem with that logic, do you?
What did you find in your mailbox this week?