New on the Stack in February 2017

Welcome to New on the Stack, where you can share the latest books you’ve added to your reading pile. I’d love for you to join us and add a link to your own post or Instagram picture sharing your books! It’s a fun way to see what others will soon be reading, and get even more ideas of books to add to my “I want to read that!” list.New on the Stack button

Nonfiction

appetite-for-americaAppetite for America by Stephen Fried

How did I get it: Borrowed it electronically from the library.
Why did I get it: Sounded interesting

unstuffedUnstuffed: Decluttering Your Home, Mind, and Soulby Ruth Soukup

How did I get it: Borrowed it electronically from the library.
Why did I get it: Read some bloggers reviews of it which were highly favorable.

irenas-childrenIrena’s Children: The Extraordinary Story of the Woman Who Saved 2,500 Children from the Warsaw Ghetto by Tilar J. Mazzeo

How did I get it: Borrowed it electronically from the library.
Why did I get it: I was excited to hear about this book – Irena’s story if fascinating, but I’ve only read it in short accounts. I always wanted there to be a more in-depth look at her.

little-book-of-hyggeThe Little Book of Hygge: Danish Secrets to Happy Living by Meik Wiking

How did I get it: Borrowed it electronically from the library.
Why did I get it: I put it on hold when I read The Year of Living Danishly, and my turn came up. I’m not sure if I’ll actually read it, but I’ll at least give it a glance.

extra-virginExtra Virgin: Recipes & Love from Our Tuscan Kitchen by Gabriele Corcos and Debi Mazar

How did I get it: Borrowed it electronically from the library.
Why did I get it: It popped up as a “recommended for you” suggestion.

Fiction

how-the-light-gets-inHow The Light Gets In by Louise Penny

How did I get it: Borrowed it electronically from the library.
Why did I get it: Next in the Gamache series.

leaving-everything-most-lovedLeaving Everything Most Loved by Jacqueline Winspear

How did I get it: Borrowed it electronically from the library.
Why did I get it: Next in the Maisie Dobbs series.

just-one-damned-thing-after-anotherJust One Damned Thing After Another by Jodi Taylor

How did I get it: Borrowed it electronically from the library.
Why did I get it: Time traveling historians!

the-cold-cold-groundThe Cold Cold Ground by Adrian McKinty

How did I get it: Borrowed it electronically from the library.
Why did I get it: Jessica/Quirky Bookworm mentioned it, and I wanted to give it a try.

the-dark-days-clubThe Dark Days Club by Alison Goodman

How did I get it: Borrowed it electronically from the library.
Why did I get it: It was highly recommended in another group I’m in, so I wanted to try it. Historical setting, paranormal elements = I’m curious.

manna-from-hadesManna from Hades by Carola Dunn

How did I get it: Borrowed it electronically from the library.
Why did I get it: Different setting and time period than my usual historicals (Cornwall, 1960s) but I’ve liked Dunn’s other series.

the-face-of-a-strangerThe Face of a Stranger by Anne Perry

How did I get it: Borrowed it electronically from the library.
Why did I get it: Rereading the Monk series because it’s been forever, and I generally liked them.

another-kind-of-hurricaneAnother Kind of Hurricane by Tamara Ellis Smith

How did I get it: Borrowed it electronically from the library.
Why did I get it: I don’t remember why it was on my list.

an-impartial-witnessAn Impartial Witness by Charles Todd

How did I get it: Borrowed it electronically from the library.
Why did I get it: Next in the Bess Crawford series.

legacy-of-the-deadLegacy of the Dead by Charles Todd

How did I get it: Borrowed it electronically from the library.
Why did I get it: Next in the Ian Rutledge series


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Comments

  1. I was already talking to you about Gamache, but MAN How the Light Gets In was SO intense and so good!!!! How do you like Maisie Dobbs?!

  2. Irena’s Children sounds like an amazing story of courage! I’ll have to check that one out! Thanks for the link up!

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