Mailbox Monday: The Rembrandt Affair and Sea Escape (and winner of Based Upon Availability)

Into my mailbox this week came The Rembrandt Affair by Daniel Silva and Sea Escape by Emily Griffen.
I will be reviewing The Rembrandt Affair on August 16, and Sea Escape on July 22, for TLC Tours so please come by then for more thoughts on both of these novels. Thank you Putnam, and Simon & Schuster, for bringing these two to my mailbox.
The winner for last week’s review, Based Upon Availability, is Kay of My Random Acts of Reading!
Congratulations, Kay, and thanks to all who entered; other give-aways will be coming.
 Happy Monday, everyone!
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16 thoughts on “Mailbox Monday: The Rembrandt Affair and Sea Escape (and winner of Based Upon Availability)”

  1. Kay, send me your address (bellezza.mjs@gmail.com) and I'll ship it off to you. I'm glad you won, too; the names were pulled out of a hat by my husband, but I still thought you should have this deep down.

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  2. 'The Rembrandt Affair' looks like an interesting title! I like the cover of 'Sea Escape'. I love the new header image at the top of your blog – very beautiful! I received of impressionist paintings through the mail today, and now after seeing your new header, I am tempted to look through it now 🙂

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  3. Vishy, the Impressionists are my very favorite. I hope you enjoy looking at your paintings, and I'm glad the header tempted you to do so.Rachel, hmmmm….would you like it when I'm done by any chance? 🙂

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  4. I have to say that I got a 'book of impressionist paintings' and not the paintings themselves 🙂 I don't know what is happening to me recently – probably an 'elf' has got into the keyboard of my computer and is swallowing words while I am commenting!

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  5. Hoe did you get this book?! I don't think it is even out yet (at least not here or in the UK)!!I am addicted to the Gabriel Allon series. Only series of books where I front up to the bookstore the day a new one is released! lol

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  6. Rachel, you make me laugh. I got the book as an ARC; it's the tenth novel with Gabriel Allon, and I'm really excited to read it because everyone says they love the series. I've not read one yet, though.

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