In My Mailbox 003

In My Mailbox is a Meme hosted by The Story Siren as a way for us to share the books we have managed to get our hands on this week!

From NetGalley:
(Goodreads/Amazon UK)

If You Find Me By Emily Murdoch

Publisher: St Martin’s Griffin

Publication Date: 26th March 2013

Blurb –

What happens in the woods, stays in the woods…

For almost as long as she can remember, Carey has lived in a camper van in the heart of the forest with her mother and little sister, Jenessa. When her mother disappears, Carey’s father arrives and everything changes. Suddenly Carey and Jenessa must adapt to the wider world of family, school and boys. But Carey feels trapped by a terrible secret. If she tells, it could destroy her future. If she doesn’t, will she ever be free?

(Taken from Amazon.co.uk, 11/11/12)

Bought for Kindle:

  (Goodreads/Amazon UK)

Visitor in Lunacy By Stephen Curran

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 6th August 2012

Blurb –

It is 1897, and confined to his room in Carfax Criminal Lunatic Asylum, Dr Richard Renfield is dying from injuries which could not be self-inflicted. His door has been barricaded from the inside and the Night Watcher swears nobody has been allowed in or out. With his last words he imparts a dire warning: “He is here.”

Moving between London, Yorkshire and Ceylon across the 19th Century, Visitor in Lunacy re-imagines the downfall of the enigmatic inmate from Bram Stoker’s Dracula: from a feared and respected member of the government’s Lunacy Commission to a resident of one of the madhouses he once oversaw. It is a tale of memory, regret and horror; of how the terrible secrets of a person’s childhood can inescapably shape their life.

(Taken from Amazon.co.uk, 11/11/12)

And that is all for me this week! Really looking forward to getting into both these books!

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