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by Caro, December 9, 2013



Who: Open Book Society

What: Since we have had such amazing readers all year long, OBS is giving six lucky followers the opportunity to win a copy of the listed books:

  • Murder She Barked by Krista Davis
  • Home for the Haunting by Juliet Blackwell
  • Buttoned Up by Kylie Logan
  • Merry Market Murder by Paige Shelton
  • Lending a Paw by Laurie Cass
  • Quilt Trip by Elizabeth Craig

All you have to do is click on one of the options at the end of this post or on everyone of them for more possibilities to win!!

When: This giveaway will be running between December 9th and December 31st. Giveaway ends at at midnight eastern time.



About Murder She Barked by Krista Davis:

The Sugar Maple Inn in Wagtail, Virginia, is the country’s premiere vacation hot spot for pet owners who can’t bear to leave their furry friends behind. But this tourist town smells trouble when a killer goes on the prowl….

Holly Miller’s life has gone to the dogs. She has no job, her boyfriend’s former flame is sniffing around, and a scruffy but loveable Jack Russell Terrier is scattering crumbs all over her borrowed car. Just when she thought things couldn’t get worse, a troubling phone call about her grandmother sends her rushing home to the family inn on Wagtail Mountain.

The staff—and a frisky Calico kitten named Twinkletoes—adopts Holly and her new dog on arrival. But someone in this friendly town is bad to the bone. One of the employees at the inn has been killed in a hit-and-run accident—which is looking anything but accidental. Now Holly and her furry companions will have to nose out the murderer before someone else gets muzzled. (Goodreads)

For more information about the author and her books visit her at her Official Website here.


About Home for the Haunting by Juliet Blackwell:

No good deed goes unpunished.

San Francisco contractor Mel Turner has agreed to lead a volunteer home renovation project. And while she expects lots of questions from her inexperienced crew, she can’t help asking a few of her own—especially about the haunted house next door…the place local kids call the Murder House.

But when a few volunteers discover a body while cleaning out a shed, questions pile up faster than discarded lumber. Mel notices a few signs of ghostly activity next door and she wonders—are the Murder House ghosts reaching out to her for help? It’s up to Mel to investigate murders both past and present before a spooky killer finishes another job.

For more information about the author and her books visit her at her Official Website here.


About Buttoned Up by Kylie Logan:

Artist Forbis Parmenter has invited Josie to the opening of his latest exhibit of voodoo-inspired works. He plans to make a show of completing the centerpiece—a button- encrusted box with a very scary statue inside—when Josie arrives with the final button. But just as the big moment comes, Forbis bolts out of the gallery in panic. Is it another of his publicity stunts, or is something more sinister afoot? Josie gets her answer when the eccentric artist is found dead in the arms of the frightening statue—his eyes and mouth glued shut with buttons. A voodoo curse, a long-lost love and an intriguing ally add to the mystery that Josie’s got to solve before a crafty killer slips through her fingers.

For more information about the author and her books visit her at her Official Website here.


About Merry Market Murder by Paige Shelton:

Bailey’s Farmers’ Market is this season’s go-to holiday destination, but not all the vendors are feeling the Christmas spirit…

Jam and preserve maker Becca Robins is excited about the extra business that the Ridgeway Christmas Tree Farm is bringing to the market this holiday season. But when a competing tree farmer, Reggie Stuckey, arrives with a truck full of trees, angrily barking that he has exclusive selling rights at the market, Becca finds herself pining for more goodwill toward men.

After Reggie is found with a tree stake in his chest, she wonders when the Christmas tree business turned so deadly. Now Becca has to use the only clues she has to the killer’s identity—mysterious ornaments that begin to show up in her stall—to hook a sinister Scrooge who will go to any lengths to drive home a point… (Amazon)

For more information about the author and her books visit her at her Official Website here.

About Lending a Paw: A Bookmobile Cat Mystery by Laurie Cass

With the help of her rescue cat, Eddie, librarian Minnie Hamilton is driving a bookmobile based in the resort town of Chilson, Michigan. But she’d better keep both hands on the wheel, because it’s going to be a bumpy ride…

Eddie followed Minnie home one day, and now she can’t seem to shake the furry little shadow. But in spite of her efforts to contain her new pal, the tabby sneaks out and trails her all the way to the bookmobile on its maiden voyage. Before she knows it, her slinky stowaway becomes her cat co-pilot!

Minnie and Eddie’s first day visiting readers around the county seems to pass without trouble—until Eddie darts outside at the last stop and leads her to the body of a local man who’s reached his final chapter.

Initially, Minnie is ready to let the police handle this case, but Eddie seems to smell a rat. Together, they’ll work to find the killer—because a good librarian always knows when justice is overdue. (Goodreads)

For more information about the author and her books follow her on Facebook here.


About Quilt Trip: A Southern Quilting Mystery by Elizabeth Craig:

As a quilter, retired folk art curator Beatrice Coleman likes to have all the seams stitched together—but her plans keep getting tangled up in unexpected ways…

Beatrice has never crashed a party but now her fellow quilt guild member, Meadow Downey, is driving them to a Victorian mansion in the mountains beyond Dappled Hills, North Carolina. Muriel Starnes, an elderly eccentric, has organized a meeting of quilters to pick someone to administer a quilting scholarship. The fact that the Village Quilters weren’t invited isn’t enough to keep Meadow from speaking her piece.

But once the quilters arrive at the mansion, it seems they may never leave. An ice storm sends an old tree crashing across the driveway, leaving them stranded for the night. And by the next morning, they are one fewer—for Muriel has been sent to meet her maker. With everyone in the house a suspect, it’s up to Beatrice and the Village Quilters to figure out who has a guilty conscience before someone else gets tied up in knots.

For more information about the author and her books visit her at her Official Website here.

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