Mouth-Watering Monday is a weekly meme hosted by Brittany of Nice Girls Read Books. All you have to do is post some book covers you admire, be they old or new!
Here are my picks for this third week!
Clara and Mr Tifanny by Susan Vreeland
This book is about stained-glass creations, and I love the fact that they incorporated it into the cover. It's very simple, yet so elegant, with the blue woman against the stained glass background. A cover that would definitely make me pick the book up!
India Black by Carol K. Carr
I just love the colours on this cover. And the dress. It instantly makes me think of London during the times they used to wear dresses like this (I think that's where the book is actually set in...)
Deliverance From Evil: A Novel of the Salem Witch Trials by Frances Hill
I think the sepia effect on this cover is what makes the difference. And for some reason, I like the black line going right through the girl's face.
The Queen of Last Hopes by Susan Higginbotham
It's a simple cover, really. But I really like the font and the solitary rose on the bottom. The whole combination makes me want to read it!
I have to say my favourites are the Clara and Mr Tiffany and The Queen of Last Hopes, out of this bunch!
Did any covers catch your eye this week??
(All links go to Goodreads, from where I also got the pictures)