Monday, December 20, 2010

~Mailbox Monday~





This is what I received last week!

Full Dark, No Stars by Stephen King:

A new collection of four never-before-published stories from Stephen King.

1922
The story opens with the confession of Wilfred James to the murder of his wife, Arlette, following their move to Hemingford, Nebraska onto land willed to Arlette by her father.


Big Driver
Mystery writer, Tess, has been supplementing her writing income for years by doing speaking engagements with no problems. But following a last-minute invitation to a book club 60 miles away, she takes a shortcut home with dire consequences.

Fair Extension
Harry Streeter, who is suffering from cancer, decides to make a deal with the devil but, as always, there is a price to pay.

A Good Marriage
Darcy Anderson learns more about her husband of over twenty years than she would have liked to know when she stumbles literally upon a box under a worktable in their garage


A Pocketful of Names
by Joe Coomer:

Inhabiting an island off the coast of Maine, left to her by her great-uncle Arno, Hannah finds her life as a dedicated and solitary artist rudely interrupted one summer when a dog, matted with feathers and seaweed, arrives with the tide. The dog quickly endears himself and easily adapts to Hannah's schedule, but he is only the first in a string of unexpected visitors. He is soon followed by a teenager running from an abusive father, a half sister in trouble, a mainland family in need, and a trapped whale. Now in the midst of a community that depends on her for support and love, Hannah faces new emotional challenges as a series of family secrets are uncovered, each one more alarming than the last.

What was in YOUR mailbox last week?



4 comments:

Zibilee said...

I haven't read a King book in ages, but this one sounds like one I might like!! I hope that you enjoy both of your new books, and I look forward to hearing what you think about them!! Merry Christmas, Missy!

Mystica said...

A nice mixed mailbox! My mailbox is also up. please do visit.

Julie P said...

I was debating on the King book. I usually like his work, but I am not really a fan of short stories. I am going to wait and see what you think!

diaryofaneccentric said...

I'm not a big King fan, but Serena is "making" me read It with her next year. Enjoy your new books!

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