Someone Else's Garden by Dipika Rai came from Harper Perennial thanks to Trish from TLC Book Tours.
Ever since visiting India, I have been fascinated by the literature of the country and this tale of a woman escaping a terrible husband and the tradition that would condemn her to endure him even if it kills her sounds wonderful.
Paris Was Ours edited by Penelope Rowlands came from Algonquin.
A collection of essays by writers sharing their Parisian experience and the marvelous things that make the city so special, this looks completely delectable.
Pictures of You by Caroline Leavitt came from Algonquin.
A car accident which leaves one woman dead and the other to pick up the pieces of her life and the life of the dead woman's husband and son. The intersections of love and grief exert a definite pull on my imagination.
The Girl Who Fell From the Sky by Heidi Durrow came from Algonquin.
A complicated look at race and identity, I've already read and enjoyed this one which is just being released in paperback.
Radio Shangri-La by Lisa Napoli came from Harper Perennial thanks to Lisa from TLC Book Tours.
Bhutan is always called the happiest kingdom on the planet and ever since I read a book about it years ago, it has fascinated me so this memoir of a woman going there for six months to help set up a radio station sounds just up my alley.
Moonface by Angela Balcita came from Harper Perennial thanks to Trish from TLC Book Tours.
A woman who needs a kidney after her body rejects her brother's turns to her boyfriend and this is the tale of their journey together. It sounds amazing, doesn't it?!
As always, if you'd like to see the marvelous goodies in other people's mailboxes, make sure to visit Rose City Reader as she is hosting this month's Mailbox Monday and have fun seeing how we are all doing our part to keep the USPS and delivery services viable.