Thursday, February 03, 2011

Winners and an Autographed Poisoned Pen Contest

Congratulations to the winners of the recent contests.  Kari W. from Mesa, AZ won Todd Ritter's Death NoticeSecrets to the Grave by Tami Hoag will go to Penny T. off Klamtha Falls, OH.  In addition, I was giving away five copies of movie posters, along with the book, The Lincoln Lawyer by Michael Connelly.  The winners were Barbara A. of Brookville, FL, Connie H. from Sherman, TX, Pearl Elliott of Albuqueque, Patricia R. Kansas, and Kathy D. from NY, NY.

So, while I was at the Poisoned Pen on Saturday, I had authors autograph some books for you.   I do have an autographed copy of Donis Casey's latest book in the Alafair Tucker series.  In Crying Blood, Alafair's husband, Shaw, takes center stage, after finding a body on a hunting trip.  It's always a treat to return to Oklahom with Casey's Tuckers.

Jeffrey Siger also signed an ARC in his series set in Greece.  Assassins of Athens takes Chief Inspector Andras Kaldis of the Greek Police's Special Crimes Division deep into the sordid, criminal side of Athens nightlife and then to the glittering world of Athens society.  That's what happens when your investigation involves a boy from one of Greece's most prominent family, whose body turned up dead in a dumpster in one of the city's worst neighborhoods.

So, would you like to win Assassins of Athens  by Jeffre Siger or Crying Blood by Donis Casey? You can enter to win both, but I need separate entries. Email me at Your subject lines should read either, "Crying Blood," or "Assassins of Athens." Include your name and mailing address. Entrants from the U.S. only please.

The contest will end Thursday night, Feb. 10 at 6 PM MT. I'll use a random number generator to pick the winners, and the books will go out in the mail on Friday. Good luck!


Pat R. said...

Thanks for drawing my name for Lincoln Lawyer. Your contests are fun and I am sure a lot of work for you but it is appreciated.

Lesa said...

You're welcome, Pat. I hope you enjoy it. I'm glad you take time to regularly read my blog. Thanks!

kathy d. said...

Thanks for "The Lincoln Lawyer." About five friends want to borrow it, so one book will be consumed by six people, not bad.

And, a benefit of paper books.

Lesa said...

I agree, Kathy. Although I've read some books on my Kindle, I much prefer the books I can share, and use for contests, so others can read them.