Mystery Book Donor

This morning, I received a book in the post. It was sent by World of Books, and contained no note or reference. I had neither ordered nor paid for it, so its arrival was a mystery.

I can only presume that someone sent it to me as a gift. If that was you, thank you. I will hopefully get around to reading it one of these days.

44 thoughts on “Mystery Book Donor

  1. I would like to say any free book is a good book. However, after the crop of Indie Published stuff I’ve borrowed, bought or been given this year aside from Stevie, Sally Cronin and one short story I can’t remember, I can’t say anything but most gimme books aren’t worth the paper they’re not printed on.

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    1. The book sent to me has had mixed reviews online, mostly bad ones. But as I am not reading much at the moment, I think it might be some time before I get to see if it is any good, Phil.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. So far, i have only read three reviews from when it was published. They all slated it as racist. (Perhaps because of the white working class i Britain are?) It may be a long time before I get around to reading it, as I have a serious backlog!
      Best wishes, Pete.

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  2. I had a similar incident with a box of chocolates I received via FedEx a week ago. I contacted Purdys Chocolates, the company that sent the package, and I was able to find out who ordered the treats to be sent to me. You might want to try contacting Worlds of Books. It’s remotely possible the person who sent your book isn’t following your blog.

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  3. Pee, it comes out with another cover too. I will grab a copy. Its about Southwark & seems controversial – which i doubt. I await your summary please.

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    1. It has been published on here, David. When I did a series on postcards, and people wanted to send them to me from all over the world, I put my address on one of the posts. (Nothing to lose, at my age.) As well as that, if it is a friend or family member, most of them read my blog occasionally.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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