Monday, December 27, 2010

Giveaway: Dueling Novella Series Volume 1

Dueling Novella Series Volume 1:
Orpheus and the Pearl by Kim Paffenroth
and Nevermore by David Dunwoody


Descriptions from the publisher:

Orpheus and the Pearl
by Kim Paffenroth

In 1920 Massachusetts, Dr. Catherine MacGuire is mysteriously called to the home of the famous Dr. Wallston, to assist with some medical emergency that defies even his skill. The life-threatening problems she finds there have less to do with broken bodies than with warped souls, and it will take all her dedication as a healer to fix them.

Nevermore
by David Dunwoody

Malcolm Witt died in his sleep at 11:07 PM. Four minutes later, his body rose and walked from the room. Malcolm watched it happen. And so begins 48 hours of a life-after-death struggle to save his friends, forgive his love, and put himself to rest, body and soul.

Excerpts available.

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Open to all.

Offer ends: December 31, 2010

TO DO:
In comments, let me know scary or thriller book on your WANT list

AND leave your email too.
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Contest has ended - winner is here

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9 comments:

  1. Please don't enter me, but Nevermore sounds great! I'll tell ya what scary book is on MY want/wish list ... Trapped by Micheal Northrop - I love these gritty YA survival stories.
    Now, in my TBR pile is Stephen King's The Cell, which we found brand new at a yard sale for only a buck lol, I think it's supposed to be a good thriller as well.

    ... too many books, only two eyeballs ;D

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  2. Those stories sound so good! Just discovered Sweet Valley High Super Thrillers, so I'm adding that to my want list :)

    akaleistar (at) gmail (dot) com

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  3. aw just realised you've already been tagged with the honest scrap award! i tagged you for that. lol, never mind:)

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  4. I've been thinking as the weather gets colder about how people stayed warm in the old days. What must it have been like in freezing cold England back in the days of cholera infested water pumps? Cold, I bet!

    I have no horror books on the shelf. For thriller, I tend towards Dan Brown.

    Yvetted at NWI dot net

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  5. I haven't read a GREAT scary book in awhile. One that scared the crap out of me was King's "Cujo" which didn't seem all to far from being possible. Plus I drove a yellow hatchback Pinto at the time I read it (1973-1976)(I said it had been awhile) and every big dog that barked or chased my car, made me almost wet my pants.

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    alterlisa AT yahoo DOT com
    http://lisaslovesbooksofcourse.blogspot.com

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  6. The new Dean Koontz book "What the Night Knows" looks like a must have on my list.

    Morganlafey86@aol.com

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  7. I just added Afterlight by Alex Scarrow to my Amazon wish list. I think you already have my email address Kim, but I'll send it along anyway:

    Elizabeth/Liz from Facebook and Amazon
    tantepie@gmail.com

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  8. In the middle of reading Michelle Paver's Dark Matter at the moment which is nice and creepy but the next scary book I want to get is Apartment 16 by Adam L.G. Nevill, "Some doors are better left closed...In Barrington House, an upmarket block in London, there is an empty apartment. No one goes in, no one comes out. And it's been that way for fifty years. Until the night watchman hears a disturbance after midnight and investigates." Sounds great!

    angelshimmery AT gmail DOT com

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  9. I'm wanting James Patterson's books. I haven't read any of his well-known thrillers.

    aikychien at yahoo dot com

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