Mailbox Monday: An eclectic mix

It was a busy week this past week for incoming books, with, it seems like, a little bit of everything. I’ve already mentioned some of the books that arrived this past week, in last week’s Friday Finds post, so I won’t mention them again here (including some romance/chick lit – I just noticed there’s none in the list below).

Essays: Fear Itself: The Horror Fiction of Stephen King, edited by Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller

Children’s Mystery: Doppelganger, by Pete Hautman and Mary Logue (review is here)

Paranormal Mystery: An Ice Cold Grave, by Charlaine Harris (just finished it, review coming soon)

Thriller/Mystery: Raven Black, by Ann Cleeves

Children’s Fantasy: The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Perilous Journey, by Trenton Lee Stewart

Paranormal mystery: Casting Spells, by Barbara Bretton

Mystery: Lovelace and Button (International Investigators Inc.), by James Hawkins

Mystery: The Suspect, by L.R. Wright

Children’s Fantasy: Savvy, by Ingrid Law

Children’s Novel: Clementine’s Letter, by Sara Pennypacker

Essays: 13 Ways of Looking at the Novel, by Jane Smiley (I had already read a copy of this from the library, and loved her list of 100 classics so much that I decided I needed my own copy)

Memoirs: Born Standing Up, by Steve Martin

Lots of great reading coming up!

7 thoughts on “Mailbox Monday: An eclectic mix

  1. Ms. Bookish Post author

    I love that you all like the sound of Steve Martin’s memoirs! I always think of him as a quiet, intelligent and brilliantly funny man. I can hardly wait to read this!

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  2. Marcia

    Thank you for stopping by the ‘mailbox’ this week. Another mystery/thriller lover. I gave my nephew the Steve Martin book for Christmas last year and he really enjoyed it.

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