(This Week’s) New Books

I’m starting a new segment for my book blog, called

(This Week’s) New Books.
Yesterday, I went by a flea market that usually has books for cheap and ones I’ve been wanting to get my hands on.

New Books:

Crocodiles on a Sandbank-Elizabeth Peters (apparently, someone really loved Amelia Peabody because the booth had over fifteen copies of the series, and other books by the author…all for fifty cents apiece! If I didn’t have a budget, I’d have snagged all of them.)

Kit’s Wilderness-David Almond (never read this author, but the book won the Michael L. Printz Award, and it seems interesting, so I’ll give it a go.)

Sir Stalwart-Dave Duncan (I always try to go for fantasy! And the person he thanks in the acknowledgements is Anne McCaffrey, of whom I love!)

Two books that are part of a Victorian mystery set by Robin Paige, Death at Devil’s Bridge and Death at Epsom Downs. Don’t know much about this series or the author but they are Berkley books and generally Berkley is pretty good!

And, last but not least:

The Grimm’s Curse-Janna Jennings This one is on my kindle, which is why I left it for last.

And those are the newest books I have currently. I may go to the bookstore here after a while, and I am looking forward to new books in the mail.

My next post will be a couple of book reviews, and I may do another post soon on what books I really want.

In the meantime…

Happy Reading!

3 thoughts on “(This Week’s) New Books

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