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Mailbox Monday #18


Welcome to another edition of Mailbox Monday, sponsored by Marcia of The Printed Page.

Here’s what made it to my mailbox or should I say bookshelves this week:

1. The Traitor’s Wife by Susan Higginbotham sent by Paul Samuelson at Sourcebooks for a blog tour in April.

2. To My Senses by Alexandra Weis, which I won over at Diary of an Eccentric.

3. National Security Mom by Gina M. Bennett, which I won at Bookroom Reviews.

4. The Four Corners of the Sky by Michael Malone sent by Danielle Jackson at Sourcebooks for a blog tour in May.

5. Signora da Vinci by Robin Maxwell, which I won at My Friend Amy.

6. How to Read Novels Like a Professor by Thomas Foster I bought this paperback at Politics and Prose in Washington, D.C., over the weekend, which I took my brother and my friend, Terrie, to. It was fun trekking the eight blocks or so in the freezing wind from Van Ness Metro station to the bookstore. I’ll have more to share on that subject, later.

7. A Pilot’s Journey by George Norfleet, which I bought at the National Air and Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center and is about WWII Tuskegee Airmen. The book is signed by the author and the main airman in the memoir, Curtis Christopher Robinson. They were both on hand to sign and chat with visitors at the museum.


8. Training the Best by Dorothy M. Poole, which I also bought at the National Air and Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center and is about WWII Tuskegee Airmen and Charles Flowers, who helped train them. This book is signed by Charles as well.

***Don’t forget my Arlene Ang, Secret Love Poems, giveaway***