Mailbox Monday, March 11

A surprisingly lovely weekend given the surprise snow storm on Friday!  It is gorgeous sunny out so the snow is beginning to melt and while chilly, one could almost imagine spring is close. Plus, the arrivals for the last two weeks were pretty amazing so I'm a very happy girl.

Here's my Mailbox Monday for this first half of March (hosted this month by Caitlin @ chaotic compendiums).

To learn more about a title, click the image -- it will open in a new tab/window.  What did you get this week?

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  1. Wow, what a mailbox! I'm very curious about The Unchangeable Spots of Leopards.

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  2. The Unchangeable Spots of Leopards and In the Garden of Stone both caught my eye. Wonderful mailbox.

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  3. Genre-bending literary historical fiction seems like it might be popular this season - I also got The River of No Return this week, and The Age of Ice looks fascinating.

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  4. What a fantastic haul of books!

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  5. What a great list of books! Murder as a Fine Art looks particularly intriguing.

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  6. Definitely interested to hear your thoughts on the Trussoni. I found Angelology just ok, but if the second is better I'd likely get back to it. I'm reading Bitter Greens at the moment, it's more serious than I thought but compelling nonetheless.

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    1. I'm curious too -- Angelology was more fun than I anticipated, but now I can't remember a single detail! So we'll see if I can get into Angelopolis.

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  7. I feel like I'm in sight of possibly catching up on reviews, so I'm rather relieved that I didn't get a mailbox haul like this! But the books look great!

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  8. Wow, what a nice looking collection! I'm curious about Bitter Greens....Enjoy your week!

    Here's MY MONDAY MEMES POST

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  9. You have such a wide interest span, Audra! I need to look into that Raw Head and Bloody Bones!! :)

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  10. I'm hearing great things about River of No Return....looking forward to your thoughts!

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  11. Nice, fat mailbox. Enjoy them all.

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  12. Some wonderful titles in this collection. I hope you enjoy Bitter Greens as much as I did. It was in my Best Books of 2012 list.

    I have Anther Sun on my reading pile and The Unchangeable Spots of Leopards on my wish list. This is the first time I have seen The Age of Ice - what a stunning cover.

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  13. A great mixture of reads, enjoy!

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  14. OK You READING MACHINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    My heart palpitates at these great covers, but then I remember it would take me decades to get through these at my current reading pace.. so I must live vicariously through you again =)
    Enjoy them!!
    Come visit my bookish memes post and send me some love!

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    1. Marie, this is me limiting myself, too!! EEEEK!

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  15. Wow....you received some GOOD Books...ENJOY!!!

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

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  16. These are the books that caught my eye from your mailbox:

    The Unchangeable Spots of Leopards
    Murder as Fine Art

    Happy reading

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  17. Awesome mailbox! I'm so excited about Angelopolis coming out. Enjoy your new books! :)

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  18. You got lot of books! The Age of Ice sounds very good. Would be nice to read something that isn't focused on Catherine the Great. Bitter Greens sounds good too.

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  19. Oooh, just saw The Bitter Greens on another blog and must say, I love the look of that cover. And the Bloody Bones cover looks like a whole bunch of ghosty entertainment. What a fun pile!

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