Monday, August 21, 2017

Monday Mailbox

This past week's mailbox arrivals:

Cocoa Beach by Beatriz Williams came from William Morrow.

I've read the previous linked novels by Williams so I am looking forward to this finale to the story, this one set in Prohibition era Florida.

The Girl With Kaleidoscope Eyes by David Handler came from William Morrow and TLC Book Tours for a blog tour.

A mystery story with a one-hit-wonder author, now ghostwriter, and his basset hound as the sleuths, centered around a disappeared author and his long estranged daughters, this sounds intriguing for sure.

A Hundred Small Lessons by Ashley Hay came from Atria Books.

I just love well done intertwined stories so this one about an elderly woman who has moved out of her house and the young couple who have moved in looks completely and totally up my alley.

A Paris All Your Own edited by Eleanor Brown came from Putnam.

A collection of personal essays on Paris by some of the most popular writers writing today. Need I say more on why I want to read it?

Who Is Rich? by Matthew Klam came from Random House and LibraryThing Early Reviewers.

A novel about an unhappily married woman and a sort of famous cartoonist who are having an affair at a summer arts conference, this should be an interesting look into the business of academia and a fascinating examination of marriage and art. I'm also curious about the strange cover, but that might just be me!

The Art of Failing by Anthony McGowan came from Oneworld and LibraryThing Early Reviewers.

How can you not want to read a book that purports to be about a man, his marriage, and his daily failures? This is supposed to be a comedic novel and I'm always pleased for some levity in my reading.

If you want to see the marvelous goodies in other people's mailboxes, make sure to visit Mailbox Monday and have fun seeing how we are all doing our part to keep the USPS and delivery services viable.

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