Cover Cravings #3: Art Deco & Phryne Fisher

Been a while since we’ve featured book covers to lust after (see Cover Cravings #2: Penguin Classics RED).
So today we’re back with a vengeance – some drool-worthy tomes that bask in the beauty and glamor that can only be the 1920’s and Art Deco.

Cocaine Blues by Kerry Greenwood Flying Too High by Kerry Greenwood

murder on the ballarat train by kerry greenwood
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Cover Cravings #2: (Penguin Classics) RED

In the tradition of great covers (please see my entry on the Bloomsbury Group) and even greater stories comes the Penguin Classics in (Product) RED.

Penguin Classics has partnered with (PRODUCT) RED to bring you its selection of some of the best books ever written. Penguin Classics will be contributing 50% of the profits from the sale of (Penguin Classics) RED editions to the Global Fund to help eliminate AIDS in Africa.

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Bloomsbury Group: A Cure for Someone with Fever

Today, as I am feeling a bit under the weather, I took an easy time and read my fave bloggers’ entries. Blooey’s article on Judging Books by Covers has reminded me about the eye-catching covers of the books from the Bloomsbury Group reviewed by Frances of Nonsuch Book. For a vintage and art deco fan like me, these are just delectable eye candy that fortunately don’t melt either in the mouth or in the hands.

bloomsbury group - pachuvachuva style

As written in the Bloomsbury website, this series [Bloomsbury Group] celebrates lost classics written by both men and women from the early twentieth century, books recommended by readers, for readers. Literary bloggers, authors, friends, and colleagues have shared their suggestions of cherished books worthy of revival.


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