GIVEAWAY: DEAD, WHITE AND BLUE BY CAROLYN HART PRINT BOOK EDITION
Who: Penguin/Berkley Prime Crime
What: OBS is back once more in an all new collaboration with our favorite cozy mystery publisher Berkley Prime Crime, where we’ll be choosing one lucky reader for the opportunity to win a print copy of Dead, White And Blue by author Carolyn Hart! All you have to do is click on one of the options or on everyone of them for more possibilities to win!!
When: This giveaway will be running between May 6th through May 15th. Giveaway ends at at midnight eastern time.
GIVEAWAY IS OPEN TO UNITED STATES RESIDENTS ONLY!!!
About Dead, White And Blue:
Bookstore owner Annie Darling’s life is all about murder mysteries: reading them, selling them—and solving them…
Summer is a hectic time for Annie and her husband, Max. Sun and scorching temperatures never fail to bring swarms of tourists to their mystery bookstore, Death on Demand, for the latest beach reads. Not to mention the whole island is buzzing with excitement over the upcoming Broward’s Rock Fourth of July dance.
Shell Hurst is the kind of woman wives hate—for good reason—and most of them wish she would just disappear. But when she does—last seen walking into the pine trees during the Fourth of July fireworks display—Annie can’t help but feel like someone should be looking for her.
Annie and Max are soon following a twisted trail marked by blackmail, betrayal, and adultery, winding from the corridors of the island’s lovely inn to a pier lashed by pelting rain, to a gathering on the terrace of a country club where a trap is set for a calculating killer…
About author Carolyn Hart:
Carolyn Hart is the author of 49 novels. Her most recent title is WHAT THE CAT SAW. Her 50th novel – DEAD, WHITE AND BLUE, 23rd in the Death on Demand series – will be published in May.
Recent titles include DEATH COMES SILENTLY, 22nd in the Death on Demand series. Forthcoming in October 2013 will be GHOST GONE WILD, 4th in a series featuring the late Bailey Ruth Raeburn, an impetuous red-headed ghost who returns to earth to help someone in trouble.
LETTER FROM HOME, a stand alone novel set in Oklahoma, was published by Berkley in 2003. Gretchen Gilman is 13 in the summer of 1944 and working on the small town newspaper. Murder occurs on the street where she lives, changing her life forever. LETTER FROM HOME was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize by the Oklahoma Center for Poets and Writers at Oklahoma State University Tulsa. Letter from Home won the Agatha for Best Mystery Novel of 2003 and was a New York Times notable book.
- For more information about the author and her books visit her at her Official Website here.
- Read our review for Dead, White and Dead here at OBS.