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Welcome to Mailbox Monday! Mailbox Monday is hosted by Marcia at the Mailbox Monday blog.
Here are the books that made their way into my physical and digital mailboxes last week:
I wonder if The Child will be as good as The Widow. It’s on my list for sure along with the new B.A. Paris. I love a good suspense/thriller novel!
Looks like a great week! The cover of the Adele Griffin book looks so summery!
[…] The Breakdown by B.A. Paris at Luxury Reading […]
Oh….I see B. A. Paris has a new book.
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS was frightening.
ENJOY all of your books.
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Elizabeth (Silver’s Reviews) recently posted..The Secrets You Keep by Kate White
I hope The Break Down is as good as the previous book!
So many books that sound really good for different reasons: Locking Up Our Own, The Child, I Don’t Like Where This is Going, Wilder, Dying on the VIne…. You have some good reading ahead of you. I hope you enjoy them all. Happy Reading!
I’d like to read THE CHILD. So I hope it’s a giveaway.
I’m adding ‘Locking Up Our Own’ to my TBR right now. That sounds really interesting. I hope you enjoy all of your new books!
DeniseF recently posted..Mailbox Monday (71)
I’m excited about The Break Down – I hope it shows up in my mailbox too!
I’m not normally attracted to the fantasy/magical genre but Carmer & Grit looks beautiful – enjoy!
Jo @ Booklover Book Reviews recently posted..Booklover Mailbox – Scatterwood and Momo Freaks Out
Great mailbox! I’m waiting for my review copy of Head Strong. Enjoy your new books.
Captivating and great mailbox. Enjoy.
I enjoyed BA Paris’ first book so I hope to read The Breakdown at some point.
Just finishedThe Breakdown twisty turning scary story will have you gasping at the end.
I might agree that THE BREAKDOWN is good. But I think I wouldn’t based on BEHIND CLOSED DOORS, which was written by the same author. That book sure did disappoint me after all I had heard about it.
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS is about a bad marriage. But my calling it a “bad marriage” is like the author Mary Kubica calling it “unsettling.” Both are understatements.
The story isn’t, as some reviews have called it, “unputdownable.” For me, it was the opposite. I found it so unsettling, sickening, and repetitive that I had to put the book down frequently.
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