This week, we are offering a very rare book. This is an Advance Reader’s Edition of A Lonely Death, an Inspector Ian Rutledge Mystery by Charles Todd. Advance Reader’s Editions are sent usually to book reviewers to solicit reviews. These are never for sale in a book store and are very few in number. You have a chance to win such a copy.
“Scotland Yard detective Ian Ruthledge returns in his most exciting and shocking case yet in this latest entry in the bestselling series hailed as ‘outstanding’ by the New York Times Book Review.
“If you haven’t experienced the thrilling narrative and evocative atmosphere of New York Times bestselling author Charles Todd, there is no better place to begin than with this superb new entry in the acclaimed, award-winning Inspector Ian Ruthledge series.” – from the back of the Advance Reader’s Edition.
A Lonely Death is “[a] breathtaking blend of psychological complexity, haunting atmosphere, compelling twists, and impressive detail, the novels in the Ian Rutledge mystery series have garnered their author widespread acclaim and numerous honors and awards. At the heart of the series is the compelling Scotland Yard detective inspector Ian Rutledge, a veteran of the Great War who understands all too well the darkness that lies within men's souls.”
A Lonely Death was released for sale in December 2011.
How do you win this free book? To enter the contest, simply leave a comment or question on The Writers' Lens between now (Feb. 27) and midnight, Saturday, March 3, 2012. Please include your email address so I can reach you if you win. The more comments you leave, the greater your chance of winning the contest. If you refer others to The Writers' Lens who mention your name in their comments, we will enter your name again in our random number generator along with theirs, also increasing your chances at winning! The winner will be chosen after 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, March 3, and the announcement made on Sunday, March 4. Good luck and comment often.
If you are the winner and haven't provided us your email address, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org within one month to claim your prizes. Good luck and comment often!
Thank you for reading and please visit www.davidalanlucas.com and www.thewriterslens.com. You can also follow me on twitter @Owlkenpowriter and the Writer’s Lens @TheWritersLens. Fiction is the world where the philosopher is the most free in our society to explore the human condition as he chooses.
Post a Comment