This meme is hosted by Marcia at The Printed Page. You should check out her blog and see what others have received and to play along.
I received two books this week.
A tightly crafted murder mystery and courtroom drama.
Mike Stratton, a disbarred attorney, recently released from federal prison, wakes up in jail in Cardiff-by-the-Sea, his boyhood hometown, suffering from amnesia and charged with the rape and murder of Diane Lawson, a high school girlfriend, whose half-naked body was found in his Winnebago at a local campground. When C. J. Hagerty, the feisty and eccentric female attorney appointed to defend Stratton, wins a bail hearing, Stratton is forced to confront his own demons as he sets out to discover if he, or someone else, killed Diane Lawson.
Every hour of every day, London is packed full of fantastic, unusual things to do. The trick is to know what's on, when. For the first time, this innovative and new guidebook gives a rundown of one of the greatest cities in the world, hour by hour, listing London's best kept secrets, plus an innovative spin on old favourites. This first edition includes all contact details, websites where applicable, and its chatty style makes it perfect for both visitors to the UK and locals who want to learn more about their home town.
So what came into your mailbox last week?
Sunday, November 1, 2009
Mailbox Monday (3)
Posted by Laura at Library of Clean Reads on November 01, 2009 in Mailbox Monday | Comments : 6
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If I ever get over to London, it looks like your second book is one to take along with me. Enjoy your reading this week!ReplyDelete
My mailbox is here.
I've always wanted to go to London! I hope you get a chance to use that book!ReplyDelete
The London book sounds really good. I have never been but one day hope to go.ReplyDelete
The 24 hours in London sounds great! Years ago I spent a summer there and loved it. So much history -- not mention this was in the years of Diana. I want to go back!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your books!
I would so love to read 24 Hours London in London!!! Great mailbox!ReplyDelete
I'm sending my Mom an email and telling her about 24 Hours London - she would love that book!ReplyDelete
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