Saturday, January 11, 2014

Anniversary Giveaway #6

Readers anxiously await each of Julia Spencer-Fleming's Clare FergussonRuss Van Alstyne books. Through the Evil Days covers one violent week in January. It begins with a fire during the night that kills a sleeping couple. But, Russ and Clare have other things on their mind, Clare's pregnancy. They leave town on their planned trip, only to encounter a possible kidnapper and a link to the arson. Soon they're facing a dangerous group of criminals, and Russ' worry about his job and parenthood becomes a determination to keep Clare and the unborn baby alive.


Email me at Lesa.Holstine@gmail.com if you'd like to win this book. Your subject heading should read "Win Through the Evil Days." Please include your name and mailing address. The contest will end Monday, Jan. 13 at 6 PM CT. Entries from the U.S. only, please.

8 comments:

Beth Hoffman said...

I'm so curious about this book. Thanks for offering the chance to win.

Hope you and the kitties are having a terrific (and warmer) weekend, my friend!

TFJ said...

My local library has yet to acquire this book. And I don't know if I can wait any longer to hear of Russ and Clare's latest adventure, so I'll definitely be entering the contest. Thanks for all your continued efforts, Lesa, to get the word out about these authors.

Lesa said...

Good day all cuddled up while I finished Julie Hyzy's Home of the Braised, Beth. Tomorrow off to the movies and lunch with a friend.

Lesa said...

Well, really, TFJ! What's your local library thinking not buying it yet? People are waiting! Good luck! And, thank you. I love to share information about books and authors.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a good read, thanks for info and opportunity!
Lynn/MI

Gail Fuhlman said...

I haven't read this author,I am always looking for new authors to add to my reading list.

Lesa said...

Good luck, Lynn! Oh, Gail, you should really start at the beginning of the series.

donna said...

I know the person who wins this one is going to love it. She is a great writer - I read this one as soon as it came out.