I think two parts will cover all the books I've received during my time away. I'm including books I purchased or asked my husband to purchase and those that were sent to me by a friend and my eldest son, in addition to ARCs from various sources and they are absolutely not in order of arrival. I'm probably going to miss a few because I've read some of the arrivals. If I do, I'll gather them together in a third post. But, let's get started. You should be able to click on the image to enlarge.
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Coding for Parents by Frazer Wilson - from Sterling for review (my son has read a bit of this and will help me evaluate it as he has a similar book that's directed at children, which he bought for the same reason I once checked out Shakespeare for kids: sometimes the simpler, the better).
Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela - purchased
Alan Cole is Not a Coward by Eric Bell - from HarperCollins for review via Shelf Awareness (SA)
The Exact Nature of Our Wrongs by Janet Peery - from St. Martin's Press for review via SA
Picnic at Hanging Rock by Joan Lindsay,
The Life and Adventures of William Buckley by Tim Flannery,
Isobel on the Way to the Corner Shop by Amy Witting,
and A Little Tea, A Little Chat by Christina Stead - all purchased by Husband while he was in Australia (not pictured is a fifth book: The Plains by Gerald Murnane - I made him buy me a bunch because he said I could go along on his business trip and then said, "Oh, sorry, you can't go, after all.")
Admissions by Henry Marsh and
The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen - both from St. Martin's Press for review via SA
The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine - from HarperCollins for review
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The Boat Runner by Devin Murphy - from Goodreads for review (first book I've gotten via Goodreads since the Amazon takeover)
Belgravia by Julian Fellowes - drawing win from David Abrams at The Quivering Pen
The Cottingly Secret by Hazel Gaynor and
Odd Child Out by Gilly MacMillan - both from HarperCollins for review
An American Family by Khizr Khan - from Random House via SA for review
The Half-Drowned King by Linnea Hartsuyker - from Harper for review
A Genius for Deception by Nicholas Rankin and
Bridge of Spies by Giles Whittell - from eldest son
Sons and Soldiers by Bruce Henderson - from HarperCollins for review
Oof. I feel like I've fallen behind and I'll never catch up. But, aren't those stacks glorious? More, tomorrow!
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