Stacking the Shelves (71)

Stacking the Shelves

I hope that everyone had a very happy whatever they might celebrate, even if it’s just the idea that the days are getting longer again in the northern hemisphere. And OMG it’s cold, even here in Seattle.

There’s stuff in this stack that I really can’t wait to read. A new story by Mary Ann Rivers is always cause for celebration, all by itself!

Miss fishers murder mysteriesAmazon has the first of the Phryne Fisher series for free this month. We’ve been watching Phryne’s mystery series in a binge (Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries) and they are awesome. Independent woman sleuth in Roaring 20s Australia solving murders with her companion and the reluctant assistance of a handsome police detective. If you haven’t met Phryne, she’s a treat!

Of course, I picked up a few other things, just to have choices. I always like to have lots of books to choose from, all waiting for me on my trusty iPad.

For Review:
City of Jasmine by Deanna Raybourn
The Countess Conspiracy (Brothers Sinister #3) by Courtney Milan
The Death of Lucy Kyte (Josephine Tey #5) by Nicole Upson
Gilded Hearts (Shadow Guild #1) by Christine d’Abo
Live (Burnside #1) by Mary Ann Rivers
Mistworld (Twilight of the Empire #1) by Simon R. Green
Queen of the Dark Things by C. Robert Cargill
Sky’s End (Cassiel Winters #1) by Lesley Young
A Taste Fur Murder (Whiskey, Tango & Foxtrot #1) by Dixie Lyle
Temptation by Fire by Tiffany Allee

Cocaine Blues (Phryne Fisher #1) by Kerry Greenwood

Borrowed from the Library:
Dirty Kiss (Cole McGinnis #1) by Rhys Ford
Sinner’s Gin (Sinners #1) by Rhys Ford

6 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (71)

      1. I speak from the experience of “oh, well I just moved and got rid of a ton of books. CLEARLY, I can find room for this stack I’ve discovered at the bookstore I’ve ruthlessly pillaged to avoid dealing with the stress of unpacking.”

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