For The Bookshelf

aprilarcsI feel like for the past couple of weeks I’ve been telling you about new books that have arrived in my mailbox and I just haven’t had a chance to share. So I’ll probably have to share this in parts. Anyway, thank you to the courtesy of publishers here are the books that have arrived:

The Hurlyburly’s Husband by Jean Teulé. I still haven’t read his American debut, The Suicide Shop, but I can say that both sound extremely good so I think I’ll be in for a treat.

The Dead Wife’s Handbook by Hannah Beckerman.  Rachel, Max and their daughter Ellie had the perfect life – until the night Rachel’s heart stopped beating. Sounds like this book may require me to have some Kleenex on-hand.

A Dark Song of Blood by Ben Pastor. I believe this is another entry in the Martin Bora series set in Italy during WWII. Would like to read this one but will have to start with the first book, Lumen.

Three Princes by Ramona Wheeler. I think this is Fantasy which I don’t read much of but it’s supposed to be a richly imagined, cinematic vision of a modern Egyptian Empire. Could be fun.

Lydia’s Party by Margaret Hawkins. I’ve seen this one mentioned around the blogosphere and I am looking forward to reading this story of friendship.

I Always Loved You by Robin Oliveira. Not only does this book have a pretty cover but it’s a story about Mary Cassatt and Edgar Degas. This has to be good, right?

What about you? Received any new ARCs recently?

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