Mailbox Monday 19/10/15

The Ikea catalogue arrived fairly recently (not sure how it’s delivered elsewhere, but here it’s by a car throwing them out the window) and I got the desire to read
Horrorstör by Grady Hendrix
. It’s about a homewares store called Orsk that might be haunted and is set out just like an Ikea catalogue.

Please Don’t Leave Me Here by Tania Chandler is a psychological thriller about Brigitte. In 1994 she was the victim of a hit and run and on the same day, a dead man was found in her home. Many years later, the case is reopened and lies and pain come to the surface.

Kind of Cruel by Sophie Hannah is one of her Spilling CID series. What I love it that she also looks at the victim’s side. Amber has hazy memories of her family disappearing briefly over Christmas and she’s having trouble since her friend was killed. But on the morning she is arrested for murder, she knows that buried deep down is the truth to what happened so many years ago…

What did you receive or purchase this week? Do drop by the Mailbox Monday blog for links to everyone’s mailbox goodies. Overseen by Vicki (I’d Rather Be at the Beach), Leslie (Under My Apple Tree) and Serena (Savvy Verse & Wit), I’m sure you’ll find many books for the wish list!

7 thoughts on “Mailbox Monday 19/10/15

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  1. Wow! Imagine a story being set out like the IKEA Catalogue. What brilliant thinking. I enjoy Sophie Hannah’s books too.

  2. I’ve heard good things about Horrorstör. Please Don’t Leave Me Here caught my eye too. I love a good psychological thriller. Enjoy and have a great week!

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