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My mailbox was jam-packed last week. All are books that are going straight to my Guilt List, but I've been feeling energized to read my Guilt List books lately, so that is not a bad thing.
Murder in the High Himalaya: Loyalty, Tragedy, and Escape from Tibet by Jonathan Green.
This looks great! This is a book -- and a story -- that is gettign a lot of buzz. Mine is the new paperback edition.
GIVEAWAY: Thanks to Mary Bisbee-Beek, intrepid book publicist, I have an extra copy of this book to give away. Details of the GIVEAWAY are on this post. Even better, Mary has another giveaway copy for the person who wins -- it's a leapfrog giveaway! Go HERE to sign up.
The Oregon Experiment by Keith Scribner. I don't really know what to expect from this new novel, but it looks intriguing.
Voodoo Vintners: Oregon's Astonishing Biodynamic Winegrowers by Katherine Cole. OSU Press sent this to me and it has piqued my interest. This will count as one of my Foodie's Reading Challenge books.
The Luminist by David Rocklin. Illicit love and photography in 19th century Ceylon -- sounds good to me!
This is another beautiful Hawthorne Books edition, with the fancy French covers. Love it.
Aftermath by Scott Nadelson. This is a new collection of stories, also in a lush Hawthorne Books edition.
I really enjoyed Nadelson's earlier collection, Saving Stanley, which I reviewed here. I am looking forward to this one.
On Mt. Hood: A Biography of Oregon's Perilous Peak by Jon Bell. Another good one from OSU Press. I look at My. Hood every day -- now I can learn about it.