Monday, March 2, 2020

Mailbox Monday - 3/2/2020

Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week.

Warning: Mailbox Monday can lead to envy, toppling TBR piles, and humongous wish lists!
Mailbox Monday, created by Marcia @ A Girl and Her Books, has a permanent home now at Mailbox Monday.
Here’s a shout out to the administrators:

Leslie @ Under My Apple Tree
Serena @ Savvy Verse And Wit
Martha @ Reviews By Martha's Bookshelf
THANKS to everyone for keeping Mailbox Monday alive.
I hope you had a good mailbox.
I had a good mailbox this past week.

On Monday, March 2, I received:

1.  EIGHT PERFECT MURDERS by Peter Swanson, courtesy of William Morrow/Harper Collins Publishers.

2.  THE LUCKY ONE by Lori Rader-Day, courtesy of Harper Collins.
On Tuesday, February 25, I received:

1.  UNTIL I FIND YOU by Rea Frea, courtesy of Erica Martirano of St. Martin's.

On Wednesday, February 26, I received:

1.  SIMON THE FIDDLER by Paulette Jiles, courtesy of Harper Collins.

2.  CATHERINE HOUSE by Elisabeth Thomas, courtesy of Harper Collins and BookBrowse.

 3.  RECIPE FOR A PERFECT WIFE by Karma Brown - I bought it at a local independent book store.

REVIEW is in the book's title.  ENJOY if you read it.

I loved the e-book so much I HAD to buy it.  :)


  1. I'm really looking forward to the new Swanson book. Enjoy all of your new titles!

    1. Thanks, Kathy.

      EIGHT PERFECT MURDERS does sound good.

      Thanks for your comment.

  2. Great books this week. Simon the Fiddler and Recipe for a Perfect Wife sound like I need to add them to my list.

    Hope you enjoy your books.

    1. I LOVED Recipe for a Perfect Wife.

      I hope you get to read it.

      I am looking forward to reading Simon the Fiddler too.

      Thanks for your comment, Cheryl.

  3. Great book haul this week. Simon is one I picked a few months back. :-)
    Happy Reading!

    1. Yes...Simon The Fiddler should be good.

      LOVED her book News of the World.

      Thanks for your comment, Martha.