Monday, May 28, 2012

Mailbox Monday - May 28th

Only one in the mailbox this week, but I've been waiting for this one. Last year I read the first three of the Bess Crawford series by Charles Todd and found they were a perfect addition to my World War I reading. So when TLC tours asked if I'd like to read and review this one for their upcoming blog tour, I didn't have to be asked twice. Look for my review on June 18th, and if you haven't read the earlier ones in the series, what are you waiting for?  Here are my reviews of the previous ones to whet your whistle:

 A Duty to the Dead - the first in the series.  I just realized that I never posted a review here on the blog.  My review was posted on Library Thing.

An Impartial Witness the review posted here last fall.

And the third one, A Bitter Truth,  I listened to as an audio and loved it, but again, I didn't post a review.  You'll get one later this week....

Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house recently, but here's a warning: Mailbox Monday can lead to envy, toppling TBR piles and humongous wish lists!

Created by Marcia at The Printed Page, Mailbox Monday, now has its own blog. Hosting duties are rotated every month. This month the host blog is Martha at Martha's Bookshelf.  If you haven't dropped by to visit her, be sure to pop in and let us all know what's in your mailbox this week.


  1. Hi Tina, I never did get a chance to spend time on the computer this weekend so no Mailbox post for me, but hope you enjoy these; I like Charles Todd and his mom.


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