Monday, April 27, 2009

Mailbox Monday April 27, 2009

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In my mailbox and on my front porch I received many surprises. I already told you about my other purchases, but to keep it all together I may be repeating myself ...please forgive me. The memory is the first to go they tell me.

1. Wolf Song Visions--The Earthwalk of Lela and Kahla Remembered by Linda and Scott Reade
2.Sea Changes by Gail Graham
3. Rooftops of Tehran by Mahbod Seraji
4. Fire by Kristin Cashore...also wrote Graceling


5.Stolen Lives by Malika Oufkir
6.Leap of Faith by Queen Noir
7.The Marmot Drive by John Hershey
8.Drowning Ruth by Christina Schwarz
9.Stormy Weather by Paulette Jiles
10.Middle Passage by Charles Johnson


11.Redemption Falls by Joseph O'Connor
12.Song Yet Sung by James McBride
13.The Feminine Mystique by Betty Friedan
14.Lady Macbeth by Susan Fraser King
15.Mew is for Murder (Theda Krakow Mysteries, No. 1) by Clea Simon

School Books
16.The Good War, by Studs Terkel
17.The Flags of Our Father, by James Bradley...I've already read this one. If you haven't read it I highly recommend it.
18.The American People in World War II
19.The Battle Cry of Freedom, James McPherson

All I can say is....I think that should keep me busy for a while. My school books are for my grad courses this summer. One is Civil War, the other one is World War II.

I'll stop by to check to see what everyone else got. Happy reading.



Missy B. said...

You've got quite a stack there! They all look good! :)

Anna said...

A course on WWII...that sounds interesting. Hope you enjoy your new books. I read Drowning Ruth years ago. I don't remember much of the story, just that I found it interesting.

Diary of an Eccentric

Kristi said...

I agree with Anna - a course on WWII sounds very interesting! Enjoy all your reading!

serendipity_viv said...

Oh they all look fabulous especially The Rooftops of Tehran.

Ladytink_534 said...

What a pretty mailbox pic! Yep, you probably won't be searching for something to read for awhile. Great loot!

Literary Feline said...

Yes, I think your new books will be keeping you very busy. :-) You've got some great finds there, Wisteria. I'm really curious about The Rooftops of Tehran and look forward to reading more about it when you have a chance to get to it.

I hope you like Mew is for Murder!

The Bookworm said...

great books wisteria, enjoy them. that cover on Rooftops of Tehran is beautiful.