Saturday, March 08, 2014

And, the winners are...

Congratulations to five winners this week!

Karen S. of Livonia, MI won Deborah Crombie's The Sound of Broken Glass.
Julia H. from Excelsior, MN won Daryl Wood Gerber's Inherit the Word.
Caryn S from St. Louis, MO won Shunned and Dangerous by Laura Bradford.
Thomas W. of Fairview Park, OH won Sam Thomas' The Harlot's Tale.
And, the grand prize winner of the Penguin anniversary bag and five cozy mysteries is Patricia J. of San Francisco, CA.

I'm afraid those were the last contests for a couple weeks. I'm heading to Indianapolis on Monday to a conference, and then taking vacation the following week. I might be summarizing programs, and sharing pictures, with occasional reviews, but I won't have time to run contests and get to the post office.

Since there's nothing in those first two paragraphs to really talk about, we can always talk about
what you're reading. Yesterday, I started Molly MacRae's Spinning in Her Grave. What are you reading?


SandyG265 said...

I started Monument to the Dead by Sheila Connolly but I'm having trouble getting into it.

Janet C said...

I started After I'm Gone by Laura Lippman last night. It kept me up way too late. I'm looking forward to getting the Sandra Parshall, Triss Stein, and Brynn Bonner next week. That should hold me for a few days. I'm looking forward to LCC, too. Hope to see you there.

holdenj said...

Looking forward to reading Inherit the Word! I just started A Tough Nut to Kill. Thanks!

Mark Baker said...

Since I'm a slower reader than you are, I just finished An Appetite for Murder and posted my review today. I can certainly see why Hayley would have bothered you in it, but I still enjoyed her and the book as a whole. I definitely think reading them backwards was interesting because I could see more character growth that way.

Lesa said...

Nice to see so many of you reading cozy mysteries! And, I have that Laura Lipman book, Janet, and just haven't had a chance to read it. I have to finish Molly MacRae's book, and then read for my panel at LCC. Hope to see you there, too, Janet.

Melissa @ My Recent Favorite Books said...

I'm reading "Pearls and Poison" by Duffy Brown, and really enjoying it! =)

Spinning in Her Grave sounds interesting! I'm adding it to my tbr list. Thanks!

James Montgomery Jackson said...

I'm reading for the LCC Panel I'm moderating on Traditional Mysteries. Just finished Michele Drier's Edited to Death and partway through Lowcountry Bombshell by Susan M Boyer.

~ Jim

Katy @ Experienced Bad Mom said...

Hi there!

I'm reading Kneading to Die by Liz Mugavero. AND--I'm hosting a cozy mystery giveaway on my own blog this week for 3 *autographed* copies of Diana Orgain's Nursing a Grudge. I'd love to have you or any of your readers enter to win!


Judy said...

Just finished re-reading Still Life by Louise Penny so I'll be ready to lead the discussion with my book group. If you haven't read Penny's books, you might find them interesting as she adds in a lot about art and artists, Quebec and her own created village Three Pines--a place of peace and quiet--except when a murder takes place! :)