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Mary Stewart Pretties + Giveaway

Chicago Review Press has been reissuing a few Mary Stewart classic mysteries in gorgeous, atmospheric trade paperbacks. Aren't they lovely? Today is Mary Stewart's birthday and, in honor of the event, Jennie over at the Mary Stewart Novels Blog is giving away a copy of The Ivy Tree to one lucky commenter. It's one of my very favorite Stewarts and a great way to be introduced to her work if you haven't had a chance yet. Check out the blurb for The Ivy Tree here and then go enter to win!

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  1. Thanks for the mention, Angie!!

    jennie

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  2. These covers are gorgeous! Wow. I'll have to pop over to Jennie's spot :)

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  3. Thea, aren't they? I think you'd really like her books. I love it when reissues really do justice to what's inside. Wish they could do that for Moira Moore's books...

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  4. Those covers are fantastic!

    The Ivy Tree is my favourite Stewart. Though Nine Coaches Waiting is a close second.

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  5. Thanks for the heads up, Angie. I went and entered, knowing how much you love Mary Stewart's work.

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  6. Li, NINE COACHES WAITING is soooo good. I have a longstanding crush on Raoul. And I love Linda. "for short, or for pretty" :)

    Christine, my pleasure. I'm glad you entered! They're quite delightful books.

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  7. Dang it!!! I just added them all to the reader...and I thought I was done adding new blogs! :)

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  8. Suey, *grin* you're welcome. :)

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