Stacking the Shelves (592)

This is certainly an interesting batch, isn’t it? Ironically, the prettiest cover might be Haunt Sweet Home – either that or The Phoenix Bride. Full Speed to a Crash Landing is definitely the most ‘interesting’ title, while it and The Bloodless Princes are the books I’m most looking forward to out of this week’s rather large stack.

For Review:
Adam Unrehearsed by Don Futterman
Alfred Dreyfus by Maurice Samuels
The Bloodless Princes (Fireborne Blade #2) by Charlotte Bond
A Brilliant Life by Rachelle Unreich
Full Speed to a Crash Landing (Chaotic Orbits #1) by Beth Revis
Haunt Sweet Home by Sarah Pinsker
Henrietta Szold by Francine Klagsbrun
Horizons Blossom, Borders Vanish by Anna Elena Torres
The Last Ships from Hamburg by Steven Ujifusa
A New Lease on Death by Olivia Blacke
Newshawks in Berlin by Larry Heinzerling and Randy Herschaft with Ann Cooper
On Her Own by Lihi Lapid, translated by Sondra Silverston
The Phoenix Bride by Natasha Siegel
Propaganda and Persecution by Renee Poznanski
The Scrolls of Deborah (Desert Songs Trilogy #1) by Esther Goldenberg
Spinoza by Ian Buruma
Stranger in the Desert by Jordan Salama
Sweet Malida by Zilda Joseph
Time’s Agent by Brenda Peynado
What We Sacrifice for Magic by Andrea Jo DeWerd

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