4 October 2009

In My Mailbox #11

IMM is hosted by The Story Siren. I'm pleased to report that I've had a good book week & here's what I got:


Heh, excuse the low quality mobile phone picture, but my camera was unavailable and I was in a hurry. Click the covers below to read more about the books.

14 comments:

Rebecca said...

Awesome books you got this week they all look really good. Hope you enjoy reading all your books.

ReggieWrites said...

Great books this week! Hope you enjoy them!

Becky said...

Sweet books. I like the cuteness of What Happens in London.

Lin said...

Can't wait for review on confessions of a reluctant recessionista. Enjoy the books!

Sherrie said...

Hi!
They all sound interesting. Love the cover on The Library or Shadows! Have a great day!

Sherrie
http://sherriesbooks.blogspot.com/2009/10/in-my-mailbox.html

Dot said...

Brilliant books! I love A Spring Affair by Milly Johnson, read it on my honeymoon! xx

Book Chick City said...

Great books. The Library of Shadows looks good so will definitely look into that one. So pleased you finally received Recessionista, hope you like it!

PolishOutlander said...

The Library of Shadows sounds riveting! Might just have to add it to my cart when i order it from the Book Depository. Happy reading!

Kate said...

You did have a good week. I love your cover of What Happens in London a lot better than mine.

Katie said...

"The Library of Shadows" looks really good. I'll have to add it to my TBR pile.

Happy reading!

Alexia561 said...

Looks like a fun collection of books this week! I haven't read it in awhile, but remember really liking 84 Charing Cross Road. Enjoy!

Chloe @ chicklitreviews said...

A Spring Affair is excellent, as is Recessionista! Great books this week :)

Jessica Lawlor said...

Ohh, the Julia Quinn book looks really good!

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