Friday, September 27, 2013

Winners and Award Winners Giveaway

Congratulations to the winners of the last contest. Judy D. of Buena Park, CA won Jenn McKinlay's Cloche and Dagger. Paige Shelton's If Bread Could Rise to the Occasion goes to Diane H. from Peoria, AZ.

This week, I have two wintry books to give away by award-winning authors. Louise Penny just won the Macavity and Anthony Awards for last year's Armand Gamache mystery, The Beautiful Mystery. Who wants to win an Advanced Reader's Copy (ARC) of this year's #1 New York Times bestseller, How the Light Gets In? It's another superb mystery set in Three Pines. Here's a warning, though. If you enter to win, and haven't read the earlier books in the series, you have to go back and start with Still Life. How the Light Gets In is a part of a series that progresses, and you really should read the earlier books.

Or you could win G.M. Mallliet's A Fatal Winter. Malliet is an Agatha Award-winning author. I think her Max Tudor mysteries are terrific. They feature Tudor, an MI5 agent turned Anglican priest in a small British village. When a Lord and Lady are found dead in Chedrow Castle, the arrival of a group of greedy relatives doesn't help the murder investigation. Louise Penny's fans may enjoy this series.

Which mystery set in winter would you like? You can enter to win both, but I need separate entries. Email me at Your subject line should read either "Win How the Light Gets In" or "Win A Fatal Winter." Please include your name and mailing address. Entries from the U.S. only, please.

The contest will end Thursday, Oct. 3 a 6 PM CT. Good luck!


Karen C said...

Congratulations to Judy and Diane. Another great selection for the next giveaway - thanks, Lesa.

Lesa said...

You're welcome, Karen!