Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Giveaway Day 2

Today's Giveaway is Kill Me If You Can by Nicole Young, from Revell Publishers

Patricia Amble might be down, but she's not dead --- yet.Tish has left the Detroit suburbs for her next renovation project: an old log cabin in Michigan's remote Upper Peninsula. And the fun part --- it's the same cabin where she spent her childhood summers. The fresh air and solitude are just what she needs after her flight from romance and her brushes with death.As Tish arrives at her new home, her hope for peace and quiet is shattered when she finds a torn photo of her dead mother with the words "don't ask why" written across her face. Mysterious relatives, old rivalries, and a dangerous drug ring may make this twenty-six-year-old mystery more than she can handle. Tish must put together the pieces of her mother's death or risk losing everything --- including her own life.



Anonymous said...

Please enter me in your contest to win a copy of Kill Me If You Can. A mystery that I enjoyed reading was written by Dee Henderson and entitled "Danger In The Shadows."
Thanks for your give away offer.
Dawn dmthomason13@hotmail.com

Bethany said...

Right now I'm reading "The Reluctant Smuggler" by Jill Elizabeth Nelson, which is starting off to be another great mystery by her.
I loved Nicole's first book in the series "Love Me if You Must", and I would love to win a copy of "Kill Me If You Can". Please enter me!
Thank you,
jimmynmatthewsmom [at] gmail [dot] com

luv2read said...

I am now reading Perfect by Harry Kraus MD and it is a good mystery. Dee Henderson would be up there with my favorite mystery writer.
I look forward to seeing what you are giving away tommorrow, and the next day, and the next.

~Ley said...

Recently I read When the Sandpiper Calls by Peggy Darty and loved it. I have books 2 and 3 waiting upstairs for me.
I'd loved to be entered, thanks!


Janna said...

Anything by Brandilyn Collins (most recently Amber Morn) is fantastic and I also just finished "Beyond the Reflection's Edge" by Bryan Davis and was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed the mystery and suspense he offered in that book...

ryanx6 at msn dot com

Becky C. said...

I would like to be entered in the contest.

I like cozy type mysteries, such as the Aunt Dimity series, by Nancy Atherton.

Thank you,

Becky C.

Miralee Ferrell said...

I just finished reading Violet Dawn by Brandilynn Collins...one of my favorite suspense authors. I also enjoy Terri Blackstock and Dee Henderson. I'm excited to see yet another mystery author on the writing scene that I haven't checked. I'd love to be entered in her drawing and hopefully win!

Anonymous said...

Ahhh, I can't remember the last mystery I read. I've been reading the Bayou series by Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense and really enjoying it. Please enter me!

bookwurm70 [at] yahoo [dot] com

Anonymous said...

I recently read all of Dee Henderson's mysteries about the O'Malleys and loved them. Please enter me in your drawing.


Cheryl Shryack said...

Please enter me in this contest. I would love to win this book. It sounds really great. I recently read Informed Consent by Sandra Glahn and I really enjoyed it. It was a great book. Here is my email shryackmom@charter.net

Cheryl Shryack

Pamela J said...

I'm almost to the middle of "Abduction" by Wanda L. Dyson and it is very good. So far, it is like a mystery suspense. Please enter me in your contest. Thanks.
cepjwms at yahoo dot com

Michelle said...

A mystery I enjoyed? How about When Zeffie Got a Clue by Peggy Darty?

TK said...

Father Gilbert Mysteries by Paul McCusker is one my husband and I listened to. Book on tape, it was very good. Please enter me in the drawing. Thanks TK. vcw1476(at)gmail(dot)com

Martha A. said...

I enjoyed Anathema by Colleen Coble recently! It was really good.
martha (at) lclink (dot) com

Carole said...

I love mysteries and this is a new author to me. I appreciate the chance to win a copy.

The best mystery I've read recently is Steal Away by Linda Hall.

cjarvis [at] bellsouth [dot] net

Lee said...

The best cozy mystery I've read would have to be Murder by Mushroom written by Virgina Smith.

mystylee at bigpond dot com

Anonymous said...

I love suspense, and this one looks fabulous! Please enter me in the drawing.

A mystery I enjoyed reading recently was The Good Guy by Dean Koontz.

Deb Piccurelli
DebPiccurelli at verizon dot net

Nathan, Sarah, Liam, Deacon said...

Hi Melissa, I recently read Forever Odd by Dean Koontz and thought it was pretty good. I like the Odd series so far. I think I am going to start Brother Odd today.



Carla said...

I really like Joanne Fluke (Hannah Swenson Series)The recipes are yummy and the main character is from MN, which is where I grew up.

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