Stacking the Shelves (253)

Stacking the Shelves

Not a big list, but hopefully an interesting one.

While waiting out Tropical Storm Irma, I yearned for comfort reads, so I dove into Phryne Fisher’s world, again. While there’s a new eARC in the pile, I also discovered that one of the upcoming books in my reading order was one that I did not have in any format. That omission has been rectified. It looks like another book that was not adapted for the TV series. It’s always interesting to read those and try to figure out why not.

I also borrowed the whole Ravenels series (so far) by Lisa Kleypas from the library. I read a spotlight/promo about book 4 in the series, Hello, Stranger, and it sounded so fascinating that I decided to get the whole series and read up to it. It looks like fun!

For Review:
First Grave on the Right (Charley Davidson #1) by Darynda Jones
Fools and Mortals by Bernard Cornwell
The Lady Travelers Guide to Larceny with a Dashing Stranger (Lady Travelers Guide #2)  by Victoria Alexander
Murder on a Midsummer Night (Phryne Fisher #17) by Kerry Greenwood
Of Spice and Men (Pancake House #3) by Sarah Fox
Season of Blood (Crispin Guest #10) by Jeri Westerson

Purchased from Amazon:
The Castlemaine Murders (Phryne Fisher #13) by Kerry Greenwood

Borrowed from the Library:
Cold-Hearted Rake (Ravenels #1) by Lisa Kleypas
Devil in Spring (Ravenels #3) by Lisa Kleypas
The Golden House by Salman Rushdie
Marrying Winterborne (Ravenels #2) by Lisa Kleypas

5 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (253)

  1. Oo! Look at those goodies! The Kerry Greenwood books especially caught my eye. I have heard great things about the series, but haven’t yet given it a try. First Grave on the Right is one I really want to read–although I admit I am not a huge fan of the cover. Season of Blood looks good! I hope you enjoy all of these! I almost didn’t have any books to add this week, but we stopped in at the bookstore today . . . The rest is history. 🙂 Have a great week!

  2. I haven’t yet read anything by Kleypas! I also want to read the Charley Davidson series, and Of Spice & Men sounds cute! Enjoy your haul!

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