Friday, February 17, 2017

Winners and a 1920s British Giveaway

Congratulations to the winners of the last giveaway. Copies of Terry Shames' An Unsettling Crime for Samuel Craddock will be going to Andi D. from Phoenix, AZ and Elaine R. from Jamesville, NC. The books are going out in the mail today.

This week, I'm giving away mysteries set in the 1920s in England. In Carola Dunn's Requiem for a Mezzo, the Honourable Daisy Dalrymple attends a performance of Verdi's Requiem with Detective Chief Inspector Alec Fletcher. But, the pleasant performance is disrupted when the mezzo-soprano falls dead onstage. There are a number of suspects, and Daisy is determined to help Fletcher, whether he wants help or not.

Frances Brody brings us Murder on a Summer's Day. When the India Office needs help in finding Maharajah Narayan, last seen hunting on the Bolton Abbey estate, they call on renowned amateur detective Kate Shackleton to investigate. But, the missing persons case turns to murder. And, there's a  missing valuable diamond. Vengeance takes many forms as Kate discovers as she digs into the case.

Which mystery would you like to win? You can enter to win both, but I need separate entries. With such long titles, we'll use the authors' names for this giveaway. Email me at Your subject heading should read either "Win Dunn" or "Win Brody." Please include your name and mailing address. Entries from the U.S. only, please. The giveaway will end Thursday, Feb. 23 at 6 PM CT.


Gram said...

Thank you, but they are both available through my local library and I like to help keep up the statistics so there is not such a wrangle at town meeting over funds.

Carol N Wong said...

Good idea, Gram! I did a library survey. We don't want to have library book budgets short changed.