Mailbox Monday – February 27

 

 

February host: Metroreader

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A Duty to the Dead by Charles Todd – I bought it to read for the Bess Crawford Read-Along

Next To Love by Ellen Feldman – Goodreads First Reads win

When a Man Marries by Mary Roberts Rinehart – first published in 1910, I had to buy it after reading several convincing Goodreads reviews!

What was in your mailbox?

20 thoughts on “Mailbox Monday – February 27

  1. I have to get this Mary Roberts Rinehart book too! I love her books. And I see quite a few Charles Todd books around the blogs lately will have to check them out! Nice books!

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  2. Oh Mary…those are awesome books…I love Charles Todd…and I really want to read the Ellen Feldman book…the other I am checking out now!!!

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  3. Hope you enjoy Next to Love. I hadn’t read an Ellen Feldman book in a long time until this one…and I was happy to revisit this author. I’m also curious about When a Man Marries.

    Enjoy your reads, and thanks for visiting my blog.

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  4. I just did a check of her on Amazon…Mary Roberts Rinehart…and all of her books are free for Kindle. Some people on their own digitalized them!!!

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  5. Never read a MRR book – you’ve got me curious so I’m off to GR to see the reviews. Have a wonderful week, Mary, and happy reading!

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  6. Hi Mary,

    All three of your books this week look like great reads and I have bookmarked them all for later. I particularly like the sound of the Mary Roberts Rinehart, who I have heard of, but whose work I have never read, which is bad given that her books are reported to be on a par with that of our own Agatha Christie, who I love reading.

    You should have a great reading week with all these gems.

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  7. Love your books..I’m sure by the time your done with that RAL I will be wanting to read them too!

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  8. I appreciate that you link to goodreads (I am bkclubcare there if you want to be my friend) – I have tbr’d the MRR and might go look for the free ebook version. it sounds like a lot of fun. Like Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day, maybe?

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