Monday, April 8, 2013

Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday

This week I received for review from Simon & Schuster UK    Close My Eyes   by Sophie Mc Kenzie

    Since that day, Gen has been floundering. While her husband Art builds his business reputation and their fortune, she can't let go of Beth. And then one day, everything changes. Beth is alive.

Reading:   Orphan Train  by Christina Baker Kline

13 comments:

  1. Wow, that book came a long way! I hope you love it.

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  2. That sounds like some premise! Hope you love it!

    Thanks for stopping by my Added to the Bookshelf post!

    ♥ Melissa @ Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf

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  3. Hi Mary Ann,

    Even though Sophie McKenzie is a British author, I have not come across her before, although she is definitely on my radar now. I checked out her site and the premise for this and many other of her books, is very strong and intriguing.

    She seems to like writing about children who go missing and has written a series of three books called the 'Girl, Missing' series, which I have also added to my list.

    I hope that you enjoy your book and have a good week,

    Yvonne

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  4. Close My Eyes looks so good. Thanks for sharing...and for visiting my blog.

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  5. That's a new author for me too. Sounds good though.

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  6. Sounds like a good thriller! I like the cover too. Enjoy and have a good week!

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  7. Close My Eyes sounds really good! The title Orphan Train has me curious.

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  8. Looking forward to what you have to say about THE ORPHAN TRAIN.

    Thanks for stopping by my Mailbox Monday today.

    Happy Mailbox Monday!!

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

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  9. Hmm...like the cover of Close My Eyes...have sworn off YA though...

    http://luxuryreading.com/mailboxmonday4813/

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  10. The Close My Eyes cover art is very striking - enjoy.

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  11. Bermudaonion, Melissas, Elizabeth- Thanks!

    Yvonne- Thanks! for your comment.

    laurel-Rain Snow, Harvee, Leslie- It does look good, thanks!

    Readingdate, Vera- The cover looks intriguing.

    Vicki- It's a train taking orphans from place to place to find homes, from the 1920's.

    Joanne- Yes, it is, thanks!



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