Monday, 22 April 2019

Mailbox Monday - April 22nd

Mailbox Monday is a meme started by Marcia of To Be Continued. Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came in their mailbox during the last week. It now has a permanent home at the Mailbox Monday blog. Head over and check out other books received during the last week. 


Received via Beauty & Lace Bookclub

Without a Doubt by Fleur McDonald

Detective Dave Burrows had never even heard of Nundrew in Queensland before. He'd certainly never have guessed that this was where he'd be risking his life.

In Barrabine, as Dave's workload skyrockets, Melinda, Dave's wife, is unhappy about being left alone so much to raise their eighteen-month-old daughter. It's not how Dave wants it either, but crimes still have to be investigated - it's what he joined the force for - and he's the only one able to do it.

Melinda's interfering father isn't helping. He's never thought that Dave is right for his daughter and he's not shy about telling Dave what he's doing wrong. When things come to a head at home, Dave's policing mate, Spencer, comes up with a plan.

In the most dangerous mission of his life, Dave knows what he's risking. If he's found out, he'll never see Melinda or Bec again. Of that he's sure.

eBooks received via Netgalley

 Seraphina Does Everything by Melissa Gratias

  Seraphina wants to do it all. From soccer to ballet to French club, her schedule is jam-packed. However, Seraphina finds she feels blue. With some help from her dad, Seraphina discovers that in trying to do everything, she's missing out on some of her favorite things.
Hide and Seek Little Chameleon by Anita Bijsterbosch

  Little Chameleon loves to play hide-and-seek. He knows a few special hiding tricks. Will you help look for Little Chameleon?
A cheerful seek-and-find book filled with colors, numbers, and animal friends. For toddlers ages 30 months and up, with a focus on the child's language development. 

What Books did your postman deliver this week?

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  1. I have had Without a doubt for a while, I must get to it. I received A universe of Sufficient Size by Miriam Sved

  2. I hope those are all great reads for you!

  3. All three of these look good. Happy Reading!

  4. Seraphina looks like a great read for myself and my daughter.

  5. Enjoy your books! Hide and Seek Little Chameleon looks cute.

  6. Seraphina Does Everything sounds really awesome and a story that lot of people would be able to relate to