Monday, May 4, 2009
Mailbox Monday #9
These are the books I've received this last week. I better get reading and fast....
Bader Field by Carl DavidPHILADELPHIA, Apr 27, 2009 - Carl David is the third generation of a four-generation
family art business in Philadelphia. Mr. David's new book, Bader Field, embodies the
emotional story of a son's loving relationship with his father-a legendary art dealer whose life is suddenly taken by a massive coronary at the young age of fifty-eight years.
Fairy Glade and other Enchanting Tales by Dawn Beaumont-Lane
Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada, March 10, 2009 - Author Dawn Beaumont-Lane in
new book, Fairy Glade and other Enchanting Tales, offers children five magical short
stories with messages about everyday life.
More Tales of Seamus the Sheltie by James Beverly
In The Land of Cotton by Martha A. Taylor
Martha is an 11-year-old white girl growing up amidst the predominant racial attitudes of Memphis. Her working-class parents parrot the prevailing sentiment of the white majority: that blacks should stay within their place¾and never, ever look a white person in the eye. Then her family hires Lucy, a black nanny from Cypress Grove, a primitive farm located deep in isolated woods near Martha's home. Martha becomes infatuated with Lucy's powerful storytelling, and when a financial crisis severs Lucy's services, Martha begins secret weekend treks into the woods to visit her new friend.
Knight's Angel by Ronda Melendez
Austin, TX - Apr 15, 2009 - In author Ronda Melendez' new release, Knight's Angel, Angel MacLeod, a professor of medieval history at the University of Texas, goes on sabbatical to the borders of England and Scotland. There she is haunted by dreams featuring a handsome knight who is mourning the loss of his beloved Lady Elsinore. Angel will soon thereafter meet her knight in person when she is transported back in time to the era of King Richard the Lionheart. So begins this medieval saga, which brings together magic, historical romance, and adventure in one compelling tale.
That's it for this week.