Monday, March 9, 2009

Mailbox Monday

I had a great mail week last week – thanks to my favorite place, Paperback Swap. Here’s what I found in my mailbox…

Cowboy Commando by Joanna Wayne
The Whispering Room by Amanda Stevens
Let Sleeping Dogs Lie by Suzann Ledbetter
The Rancher Bodyguard by Carla Cassidy
The Funeral Planner by Lynn Isenberg
Desert Ice Daddy by Dana Marton
The Saucy Lucy Murders by Cindy Keen Reynders
Baby in Her Arms by Stella MacLean


  1. Oh, you have some great books there! :-)

  2. I love the cover of The Saucy Lucy Murders! LOL

    Happy Reading!

  3. That Whispering Room looks really good. So do the others, but that is one cover I would pick up in a heartbeat.

    Here is mine

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  5. Wow, lots of goodies last week! The Whispering Room cover got my attention right away too, so did The Funeral Planner. I've never tried Paperback Swap but I've heard good things about it. Enjoy!

  6. Those look like a lot of fun!

    Thanks for stopping by and participating in Thingers last week! I've got the post up for this week, we're taking a look at the section called LT Member Giveaways. ~ Wendi

  7. Don't you just love paperbackswap? That is where I get most of my mailbox goodies!

  8. The Whispering Room looks very interesting. I can't wait to hear about it. I love dogs, so Let Sleeping Dogs Lie also caught my attention. Happy reading!

  9. Thank you for stopping by the mailbox this week. Even though you and I are cat people I just added 'Let Sleeping Dogs Lie' by Suzann Ledbetter to my wish list. And 'The Whispering Room'.


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