Monday, June 12, 2017


The one I am just finishing...


The one I just started...twins who don't speak to each they have weird dysfunctional habits.

The ones I just got...from Edelweiss...

All descriptions from Amazon...

"A mesmerizing debut psychological thriller full of delicious twists about a coolly manipulative woman who worms her way into the lives of a wealthy "golden couple" from Connecticut to achieve the privileged life she wants."



"Ruth Emmie Lang dazzles with her inventive and magical debut. Told with brains and heart, Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance introduces a protagonist who is both mythical and relatable. Weylyn Grey leaves a lasting impression on everyone he meets, and he will on readers too."―Michelle Gable, New York Times bestselling author of A Paris Apartment and I'll See You in Paris


"A captivating debut about wealth, envy, and secrets: the story of five women whose lives are dramatically changed by the downfall of a financial titan"


"From the acclaimed author of Visitation Street, a visionary and masterful portrait of contemporary Los Angeles"

The one I can't get...yet...

"A marvel-a thrillingly intelligent, witty and tragic look at love and class in Manhattan."―Newsweek

That's my stash! And I am not really in the mood for any of them!





  1. You crack me up but I'm kind of the same way. I download books from Netgalley and Edelweiss and look at them later and wonder why in the world I thought they looked interesting.

    1. Too funny and it's not without researching these books, too! I just don't randomly pick them...sigh!

  2. I loved Persons Unknown and the previous one, Missing, Presumed. The others are all new to me, except I've been noticing Don't Close Your Eyes.


  3. The Last Mrs. Parrish and Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance are intriguing. I'll be interested in reading your reaction to those books.

  4. Thank you for the support, Patty. LOL; well I was speedy b/c I had to clean up our house before the guests arrived. I had all of my scrapbooking bins out on the floor, my knitting on the utility table, and my sewing stuff by the piano. Man, it was a lot.

  5. Those all look good - it's a shame you're not in the mood for any of them. I hate when that happens.

  6. Oh, some of those look really good! The right book will present itself. I really don't like dry spells, though. *augh*