Winner Takes All!!!

Hi Everyone,

Over the course of the next two months, there will be several giveaways. Today, we are going to kick off the giveaway season, with a winner takes all type of giveaway. Thanks to Kensington Publishing, below is a list of ARCs (advanced reading copies.) One lucky commenter will win all of these books!

  • It takes a Coven by Carol J. Perry
  • Stowed Away by Barbara Ross
  • Staged 4 Murder by J. C. Eaton
  • Death Over Easy by Maddie Day
  • Death by Espresso by Alex Erickson
  • Death of a Cookbook Author by Lee Hollis
  • Last Call by Allyson K. Abbott
  • Murder on Memory Lake by J. D. Griffo
  • Final Roasting Place by Devon Delaney

How to enter: Leave a comment below, telling me your favorite mystery author. Contest is open until Tuesday, November 13th at 7pm EST. Winner will be chosen randomly and will be announced Wednesday morning. Good luck to all!



Filed under Giveaways, Mystery Books

7 Responses to Winner Takes All!!!

  1. B. Long

    I do not recognize any of the above authors, except Marie really likes Allyson Abbott. So I look forward to trying all of the titles that i win, heehee.
    My favorite mystery writer is Virginia Lanier, Her character is a no nonsense dog trainer and always gets her man.

  2. Fran

    Carolyn Keene (Nancy Drew) is the best mystery writer for all time.
    She was great years ago and is still the best.

  3. Cindy Murphy

    It is so hard to just pick one author but I have enjoyed every book I’ve read by John Grisham. His plots are always interesting.

  4. Maria Mercedes

    Karin Slaughter, she does such good research into forensics, police protocol, local laws and has such surprises in her stories.

  5. Beth Hans

    I always liked Elizabeth George’s Inspector Linley series.

  6. Ms Pat

    Agatha Christie is the mystery writer extraordinaire.

  7. Nicoloza Kerns

    I know of a few authors on the list but haven’t read their work yet. I’d have to say my favorite mystery writer is James Patterson. 🙂

What are your thoughts?