It's dangerous to let me loose in bookstores, or even in the vicinity of the Kindle books page on Amazon.com, it seems...
At any rate, here are some of the new additions to my shelves, some of which will be reviewed on this blog in the coming weeks & months!
- When the World Spoke French by Marc Fumaroli (purchase)
- Except When I Write: Reflections of a Recovering Critic by Arthur Krystal (purchase)
- The Magician King by Lev Grossman (NetGalley)
- The Prague Cemetary by Umberto Eco (NetGalley)
- Sand Queen by Helen Benedict (NetGalley)
- Heliopolis by James Scudamore (purchase)
- Is Journalism Worth Dying For? by Anna Politkovskaya (NetGalley)
- Nat Tate: American Artist by William Boyd (LibraryThing Early Reviewer)
- Blue Monday by Nicci French (UK purchase)
- The Hidden Child by Camilla Lackberg (UK purchase)
- Before Versailles by Karleen Koen (Kindle purchase)
- Bone China by Roma Tearne (Library)
- Chalcot Crescent by Fay Weldom (Library)
- Carte Blanche by Carlo Lucarelli (LIbrary)