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Monday, September 7, 2009

Mailbox Monday!

Mailbox Monday is hosted by Marcia of The Printed Page. What books came into your home last week?

Mistress of the Game by Tilly Bagshawe

The spellbinding sequel to Sidney Sheldon's Master of the Game. One of most glamorous and suspenseful tales ever told! It began with Jamie MacGregor, stealing diamonds in Africa. It continued with his daughter, the powerful Kate Blackwell who grew her father's company into a world wide conglomerate, Now the story passes to the next generation. Spanning the decades and picking--up exactly where Sidney Sheldon's bestselling Master of the Game finished, Mistress of the Game follows the Blackwell family as they, Love, and lose, scheme and murder through the 80's up until the present day.



Evidence of Murder by Lisa Black


Forensic investigator Theresa MacLean takes on the worst kind of murder case - one without clues - in this second novel in a hot new series from Lisa Black

Eight months ago, forensic investigator Theresa MacLean lost her fiancÉ in a bank robbery gone wrong, and she's had trouble concentrating on her work ever since. But now a particularly difficult case may just be what she needs to regain her focus by demanding all her skill, intelligence, and attention.

Jillian Perry has been found dead in the woods, leaving behind a husband of three weeks and a young daughter. The police can't determine how she died - her body shows no visible marks, and the autopsy reveals nothing suspicious - and the leading theory is that she purposely wandered into the forest and succumbed to the freezing weather. But something doesn't feel right to Theresa, and she can't let it go.

To complicate matters, a former boyfriend of Jillian's unexpectedly petitions for custody of the daughter. Obsessed with Jillian, he also suspects foul play in Jillian's death, and now he and Theresa believe Jillian's daughter may be in danger of meeting a similar fate. With a child's life at stake, Theresa must search for evidence of murder - evidence that doesn't seem to exist - before it's too late.


Thanks go out to Shawn Nicholls at Harper Collins books for breaking my drought!! It was nice to see something besides bills and junk mail in the mailbox this week.

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9 comments:

Blodeuedd said...

yay you got something :)
They both sound great

bermudaonion said...

I didn't know Sidney Sheldon had a new book out.

Zia said...

Those look good. Enjoy!

Vicki said...

Evidence Of Murder looks really good.

Wendi B. - Wendi's Book Corner ~ Rainy Day Reads in Seattle said...

Wow - that cover on Mistress of the Game is very attention grabbing!

Here's my Mailbox! ~ Wendi

gautami tripathy said...

That Lisa Black book looks good!

Mondays: What's up?

Alexia561 said...

Sidney Sheldon is always good, so am curious if Tilly can pull off the sequel. Evidence of Murder looks good as well. Enjoy!

Anna said...

These both sound interesting. Hope you enjoy them. My mailbox post is here.

--Anna
Diary of an Eccentric

reviewsbylola said...

I love getting books in the mail too. Nothing brightens my day more than finding a book or two in my mailbox.