Stacking the Shelves (581)

This stack is a bit taller than I expected, but then I didn’t expect Amazon to dangle triple kindle points in the Kindle Rewards Beta in front of me this week – and I probably should have. But that’s what brings the remainder of the Barker & Llewelyn series into my Kindle app – not that I needed much coaxing after reading The Limehouse Text this week and being every bit as enthralled as I was with the first two books in the series.

That being said, the book I’m actually most looking forward to in this stack is Requiem for a Mouse because I adore Diesel and am sneakily fond of his human as well. Although, as adorable as that cover picture is, Diesel really shouldn’t eat even a bit of that cheesecake because it would not be at all good for him. No matter how good I expect his book to be for me!

For Review:
The Book That Broke the World (Library Trilogy #2) by Mark Lawrence
The Last Word (Harbinder Kaur #4) by Elly Griffiths
Requiem for a Mouse (Cat in the Stacks #16) by Miranda James
A Ruse of Shadows (Lady Sherlock #8) by Sherry Thomas

Purchased from Amazon/Audible/Etc.:
An Awkward Way to Die ((Barker & Llewelyn #8.5) by Will Thomas
Dance with Death (Barker & Llewelyn #12) by Will Thomas
Fierce Poison (Barker & Llewelyn #13) by Will Thomas
Heart of the Nile (Barker & Llewelyn #14) by Will Thomas

Borrowed from the Library:
The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) by Elly Griffiths

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8 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (581)

  1. The Will Thomas books look really interesting. I hope you enjoy your Elly Griffiths books. This series is definitely improving as it goes on.

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