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Monday, August 10, 2009

Mailbox Monday

I've been doing the Snoopy Happy Dance all week long! Mailbox Monday is hosted by Marcia of The Printed Page. Check it out, and see what other readers are finding in their mailboxes! What books came into your home last week?

Hell's Gate by Stephen Frey

From "New York Times"-bestselling author Frey comes a riveting new thriller about a world-weary star litigator who goes west to become a firefighter in the nation's greatest woodland--and stumbles across the toughest case of his career. (See more below in my Friday Finds post!)

David Brown of Simon and Schuster gets a big shout out and THANK YOU for sending this book to me! It's next on the teetering tower o'TBR books!

The Siege by Stephen White

Sam Purdy takes center stage in a story that feels ripped from tomorrow’s headlines. From the first page on, readers need to be buckled in for a nonstop ride full of terror and pathos. As a lovely weekend approaches on the Yale campus it appears that a number of students—including the sons of both the Secretary of the Army and newest Supreme Court justice—may have gone missing. Kidnapping? Terrorism? The authorities aren’t sure. But the high-profile disappearances draw the attention of the CIA and the FBI’s vaunted Hostage Rescue Team. Attention quickly focuses on the fortress-like tomb of one of Yale’s secret societies. Suspended Boulder police detective Sam Purdy soon finds himself in New Haven, where he is quickly snared by an unlikely pair of Feds: FBI agent Christopher Poe and CIA analyst Deirdre Drake. Sam, Poe, and Dee join together, desperately trying to solve the riddle of what is going on inside the windowless stone tomb on the edge of campus. The clock is pounding in their ears. The unknown enemy is playing by no known rules . . . is making no demands . . . is refusing to communicate with the hostage negotiator . . . is somehow anticipating every FBI move . . . is completely unconcerned about getting away . . . And . . . is sending students, one by one, out of the building’s front door to die.

Thanks go out to the wonderful Jamie McDonald,a publicist at Dutton, Penguin!

I Can See You by Karen Rose

The victim of a horrendous attack in "Don't Tell," Evie Wilson retreats into the virtual realm to seek refuge from the public's eye. When homicide detective Noah Webster seeks Evie's technological expertise to help solve a murder, they don't realize the killer is closer than they think.

Thanks to Miriam at Hachette Books! I'm looking forward to reading this book. Karen Rose is a new author to me, and it sounds great!!

Dark Time: Mortal Path by Dakota Banks

It's been 300 years since Maliha Crayne sold her soul to a demon and became its assassin. Now she wants her soul back. A haunted killer with the blood of countless victims on her hands, Maliha has finally discovered a way to nullify the demonic pact that chains her.

Thanks go out to TJ Dietderich of Planned Television Arts for this book. I love series and I think this one looks particularly interesting!

Check out other mailboxes HERE, maybe you'll find your next favorite book!

25 comments:

Serena said...

Those looks like some great books. Happy reading.

Kaye said...

Wow, oh wow, no wonder you are doing the happy dance. I would be too if I found a Stephen Frey book in the mailbox. I've read every one he has written so far and love his books. They keep me on the edge of my seat every time. Lucky, lucky you. Enjoy every page. Have a great week!
My MM is here

gautami tripathy said...

I recently finished Kill For Me by Karen Rose. I found it totally engrossing!

Mondays: Musings/Whereabouts

Kill Word Verification

Crystal said...

ooohhhhh . . . new ones by Stephen Frey and Stephen White - I'm seriously jealous. Enjoy I Can See You - I just finished it and loved it.

Missy said...

Karen Rose is a new author to me also. I won a copy of the book from Susie at My Guilty Pleasures. I can't wait to read it!

Anna said...

Those sound like great reads. Hope you enjoy them. My mailbox post is here.

--Anna
Diary of an Eccentric

Vivienne said...

These books look fabulous. I hope you enjoy them.

WilowRaven said...

Oooo...good books :)
Enjoy!

Luanne said...

Ohh the Siege looks good!

Lenore said...

Hell's Gate looks like an unusual topic. Interested to see how you like it!

Lori's Reading Corner said...

The Karen Rose book rocked!

bermudaonion said...

I can see why you've been dancing. Enjoy your new books!

Linda Ellen said...

Hi Kelly,

Thank you for stopping by my blog. I really appreciate it. =)

Don't feel bad about being late about commenting on posts. I'm playing catch up too and it's difficult. Who knew it would be this hard to spread the commenting love? So long as I try my best to get back to other book blogers by commenting on their blog, I think I'm doing okay.

I hope you'll enjoy I Can See You by Karen Rose. I read it last week and really enjoyed it. It's one of the best suspense/thrillers I've read so far, and Karen Rose is a new author to me too.

Enjoy your books! Happy reading!

-- Linda Ellen =)

Zia said...

Hells Gate looks interesting as do the rest of them.

nightdweller20 said...

I'm jealous; Dark Time is on my TBR list, and I have no idea when I'll ever get around to reading it, since the list is so long!

Carrie K. said...

Looks like some good ones - enjoy your books!

sugarandgrits said...

Hi Kelly,

Thanks so much for dropping by my blog ~ I really appreciate it! I'm still new to blogging, so I'm trying to "lure" more visitors. LOL

You got some great books in your mailbox, too. Happy Reading!

~ Lori
http://sugarandgrits.blogspot.com

Alice Teh said...

Hi Kelly, I like your mailbox! Those are some really interesting books!

Mary said...

They both sound good! Enjoy : )

Nicola said...

Whoa! That looks like a good line up!

DCMetroreader said...

Looks like you made out! Thanks for stopping by!

Blodeuedd said...

I went at once for the Dakota Banks book :)
That one sounds great

Yvonne said...

Wow you did really good this week. They all sound great.

Wendy said...

I am hopelessly behind in blog reading! I've read a book or two by Stephen White...and really enjoyed his writing. I'll look forward to reading your thoughts on his work :)

Shannansbooks said...

Nice selection I would love to read I Can See You.