Stacking the Shelves (162)

Stacking the Shelves

We have lucky 13 in this week’s shelf stack. Considering that this is two weeks’ worth of stack, that isn’t too bad.

The most interesting book in the pile, at least for this week, is Jane Steele by Lyndsay Faye. It’s a very alternate take on Jane Eyre, with this Jane coming to be governess at Highgate House after a career as a serial-killing vigilante. Faye’s brilliant take on Sherlock Holmes attempting to solve the Ripper killings in Dust and Shadow is one of my favorite Holmes’ pastiches. I can’t wait to see what she does with Jane!

Special note for those Browncoats out there. Into the Black is about real-life space travel and not Firefly. Still good.

For Review:
The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem by Sarit Yishai-Levi
The Big Brush-off (Jake & Laura #4) by Michael Murphy
Crazed (Blood Money #3) by Edie Harris
Death of an Alchemist (Bianca Goddard #2) by Mary Lawrence
Fighting Dirty (Ultimate #4) by Lori Foster
Healing Beau (Beauford Bend #4) by Alicia Hunter Pace
Into the Black by Rowland White
Jane Steele by Lyndsay Faye
My Sweet Vidalia by Deborah Mantella
Night Hawk (Jackson Hole #10) by Lindsay McKenna
On the Naughty List by Lori Foster, Carly Phillips, Sugar Jamison, Beth Ciotta
The Travelers by Chris Pavone
Two to Wrangle (Hotel Rodeo #2) by Victoria Vane


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