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This must be one of my biggest IMM posts ever. I won Birgit’s Old books in a new home giveaway with a stack of cozy mysteries. I am totally made up because I only started reading those recently and my shelf needed a re-fill. Thank you, Birgit!
- Panem et Circenses by Carl Wilhelm Weber, a German non-fiction book about mass entertainment in ancient Rome
- Hector and the search for happiness by François Lelord
- Hector and the secrets of love by François Lelord
I got the last two in German. They were written in French originally so I thought I might as well read them in my own language for a change.
- Bodies Politic by David Wishart. This is the latest instalment in the Marcus Corvinus series set in Ancient Rome. David Wishart, whose earlier books used to be published by Hodder and Stoughton, has now changed to a print-on-demand publisher and also chose to publish this as an e-book on Smashwords, DRM free and all. I am pretty excited about this. I already posted its book beginning.
- The Aurora Teagarden Mysteries Omnibus 1 by Charlaine Harris which includes the first four books in the series “Real Murders”, “A bone to pick”, “Three bedrooms, one corpse” and “The Julius House”. Aurora Teagarden is a librarian and the series has been on my mental TBR list for a while.
- Death by Darjeeling by Laura Childs
- Shades of Earl Grey by Laura Childs
Two books from The Tea Shop Mystery series
- Murder most frothy by Cleo Coyle
- Latte trouble by Cleo Coyle
- Decaffeinated Corpse by Cleo Coyle
- French pressed by Cleo Coyle
Four books from the Coffeehouse mysery series
- Everything I never wanted to be by Dina Kucera. Birgit sent this as a bonus book because she thought I might like it. It sounds interesting, but you have to be in the right mood for the topic, I think.
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