Mailbox Mondays: June Book Haul


Welcome to Mailbox Monday, a meme started by Marcia of To Be Continued.

I received a huge haul of some really interesting books last week.

From Bloomsbury, I received the Bloomsbury crime set, consisting of three books:

  • Before We Met by Lucie Whitehouse
  • The Hanging by Lotte and Soren Hammer, and
  • The Ghost Runner by Parker Bilal

All three books sound very interesting, and I can’t wait to dig into them.

From Rupa Publishing, I received Exit Interview by Amrita Mukherjee, and Simple Plane Love by Priyanka Luthra.

Exit Interview is about a young woman trying to make her mark in the world of journalism, who stumbles on what could be the break that she so desperately needs. Simple Plane Love is about a pilot who is living the high-life. I don’t know much about either of these books, but I love that they seem to feature strong career-oriented women. Also of late, Rupa Publications has been publishing some recently interesting, and slightly different books, and they almost always are a pleasant surprise.

Have you read any of these? What do you think of them? What books did you receive last week? What are you looking forward to reading?

  • Wow. No one send me books :(. Happy reading. Do let me know if you like any of these books. Will pick them up :).

    • Nishita

      @HariniKarnamadakala:disqus I finished Before We Met, and it’s pretty good. Not the greatest, but a good solid psychological thriller.

  • Nice books.

    The Ghost Runner is catching my eye.

    ENJOY your reading week.

    Silver’s Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

  • Happy Reading

  • I haven’t heard of any of those books but they all sound very good! Hope you enjoy them.

  • I hope you enjoy all your new books!

  • Wanton Ruminating

    Loved Ghost Runner best. 🙂 Happy Reading 🙂

  • bermudaonion(Kathy)

    I love book sets like that. Enjoy your new books!

  • Before We Met is awesome. Hope you love it!

    • Nishita

      @samstillreading:disqus I did! Very gripping 😀

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