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Showcase Sunday #4

The aim of Showcase Sunday by Vicky @ Book, Biscuits and Tea is to showcase our newest books or book related swag and to see what everyone else received for review, borrowed from libraries, bought in bookshops and downloaded onto eReaders this week.


So it’s been forever since I did this feature, right. Well, what can I say, life’s been busy among other things. But I had to show you all the loot that I did at my local book fair last week. Of course that means I have gone broke now. :p

Click on Covers for Amazon links and Titles for Goodreads Links.



Working with Emotional Intelligence  by Daniel Goleman

Play Therapy  by Virginia M. Axline

The Other Boleyn Girl  by Philippa Gregory

The Other Queen  by Philippa Gregory

The Colour  by Rose Tremain

The Lovely Bones  by Alice Sebold

The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield

The Sunday Philosophy Club (Sunday Philosophy Club, #1)  by Alexander McCall Smith

A Walk to Remember  by Nicholas Sparks

The White House Connection by Jack Higgins

Ice Reich  by William Dietrich

A Place Of Execution  by Val McDermid

The Testament  by John Grisham

Homeport  by Nora Roberts

Edith’s Story: The True Story of a Young Girl’s Courage and Survival During World War II 
by Edith Velmans

Fire and Ice  by Paul Garrison

Have you read any of these books? What was your haul for this week?


Often seen with a nose buried in a book, you might spy me at a library while 500 unread books adorn my shelf. At other times, I'm busy travelling solo, eating out or looking for my new escapades. You will always find me doing too much all at once.

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