Another Mailbox Monday!!!
Mailbox Monday is hosted by Marcia at The Printed Page. This is a feature where we all share with each other the exciting books that showed up at our doors this week. WARNING: Mailbox Mondays can lead to extreme envy and ever-growing wishlists!!

I was extremely excited when, to my surprise, I received a signed copy of The Teaberry Strangler directly from the author. I had previously gotten an ARC from her for Eggs Benedict Arnold which I read last month, and mentioned on a blog that I was looking forward to her new book. And Miss Laura Childs just sent it to me! How cool is that!

This is the newest in the Tea Shoppe Mysteries which is my favorite of all the series so I'm excited to receive it. Thank you, Laura for making my day!

Surprise, surprise! After waiting since November , my Librarything ER book APPLE TURNER MURDER has finally arrived.

Cozy fans will welcome bestseller Fluke's charming 13th Hannah Swensen mystery (after 2009's Plum Pudding Murder). Hannah is working long hours at her bakery, the Cookie Jar, in Lake Eden, Minn., as well as dating two men, dentist Norman Rhodes and local sheriff Mike Kingston. Her personal life gets more complicated with the reappearance of Bradford Ramsey, a college professor with whom Hannah had a brief fling when she was a naïve graduate student. Hannah hopes ladies' man Bradford has forgotten the embarrassing episode. When Hannah winds up serving as a magician's assistant for a charity show, she has the misfortune to find Bradford, the show's host, backstage “stone cold dead.” With her usual wit and flair, amateur sleuth Hannah narrows down the list of suspects in Bradford's murder, but can she catch the culprit before she becomes the next victim? Scrumptious recipes include mocha nut butterballs and chocolate marshmallow cookie bars.

Publishers Weekly synopsis from Barnes & Noble

A sweet little leprechaun must have been watching out for me this week and sent me this pot of gold!!

1 comment:

Darlene said...

I have Apple Turnover Murder on my eReader but I have to read the last one first. I've gotten a bit behind which is too bad because I really love the series.