AKA Showcase Sunday
Yesterday I was feeling a bit glum as lots of other bloggers were announcing exciting arrivals in the post on Twitter (some of which I’m hoping to get too) and all my post contained was a letter about my pension. Boo! Still, I did get some great books this week (and lovely Lynsey realised she’d forgotten about me and sent me The War of the Wives) so I can’t complain too much. I have managed to get through a few NetGalleys as part of Review Copy Cleanup so I didn’t even feel all that guilty clicking that READ NOW button on Shadows. Seriously excited by this one…I mean do you remember the end of Ashes?
I also bought a lovely bracelet from Etsy made from old typewriter keys. Birgit has a discount code on her blog, so to find out more info I shall direct you to The Book Garden.
Twisted Symmetry by Benjamin J. Myers (Orion)
The Last Good Man by A.J. Kazinski (Simon & Schuster)
The Death Sculptor by Chris Carter (Simon & Schuster)
The War of the Wives by Tamar Cohen (Doubleday)
Shadows by Ilsa J. Bick (Egmont USA)
Frost Child by Gillian Philip
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