Thursday, June 30, 2011

Winners and a Strong Women Giveaway

Congratulations to the winners of the last contest. Joel Fox' Lincoln's Hand will go to Linda S. in Columbus, OH, and Cindi H. of Edwardsville, IL won Steve Berry's The Jefferson Key. The books will go out in the mail tomorrow.

This week, I have crime novels by women, featuring strong women. I'm giving away the last autographed copy of Julia Spencer-Fleming's One Was a Soldier. Reverend Clare Fergusson has returned from Iraq, and she's still dealing with issues that she hasn't discussed with Russ Van Alstyne. They're trying to get back together, but when the death of a young Army specialist is ruled a suicide, Clare disagrees, and starts her own investigation.



Or you could head to Ohio's Amish country with Linda Castillo's Breaking Silence. Police Chief Kate Burkholder has one of her toughest cases when three members of an Amish family die terrible deaths. Were the deaths an accident, or linked to recent hate crimes against the Amish. Castillo's thrillers are violent, but probe the inner thoughts of a police officer responsible for the safety of her community.

Would you like to win One Was a Soldier or Breaking Silence? You can enter to win both books, but I need separate entries. Email me at lholstine@yahoo.com.  The subject lines should read, either "Win One Was a Soldier" or "Win Breaking Silence."  Include your name and mailing address in the body of the email.  Entries only from the U.S., please.

The contest will close Thursday, July 7 at 6 PM PT when I'll draw the winners using a random number generator.  The books will go out in the mail on Friday.  Good luck!

4 comments:

Karen said...

Thanks for the chance to win!!

Liz V. said...

Have read good things about Spencer-Fleming series. Thanks for giveaway.

Lesa said...

You're welcome, Karen & Liz. Good luck!

London Escort Service said...

Spencer-Fleming's most ambitious book yet - think The Best Years of Our Lives with corpses....fans will continue to be impressed by her resourceful determination never to tell the same story twice.