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Book Giveaways for February

gideon.jpgOne random winner will be selected to receive a copy of Gideon's Sword by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child.  Click on book cover for more information and to enter.

lawyer.jpgTHE LINCOLN LAWYER movie hits theaters on March 18th. Get ready by entering to win this exciting movie sweepstakes. One lucky winner will receive a THE LINCOLN LAWYER movie poster, movie t-shirt, movie pen and a copy of the book that inspired it all THE LINCOLN LAWYER mass market.  Click on book cover for more information and to enter.

Book Giveaway Winners for January

Winner of Love Honor and Betray

Larry Davenport - Liberty, TN

Winner of The Cypress House

Jean Mess - Broomfield, CO

Winners of Winter Garden

Eleanor Jethro - Rio Rico, AZ

Waiting for Confirmation from One More Winner

Featured Book - Emmy Budd:  The Real Dog is Harry by Jean Blasiar

harrydog.jpgA human hand is unearthed on the property of Hank Turner, a local farmer, in Jerseyville, Ohio where Emmy Budd and her adventurous friend, T.J. Blake, live.

Hank Turner, a good friend of Emmy and T.J.'s, is under suspicion for murder and mutilation of a hired man whom he threatened and fired several weeks earlier.

A developer and newcomer to town has purchased the Turner farm and plans to turn it into a roadside tavern. Emmy and T.J. keep their ear to the ground and their nose to the grindstone as they pretend to be helping out but actually picking up information about the proposed tavern. In her usual perceptive way, Emmy figures out how certain animal bones suddenly appeared in the excavation of the Turner farm after a torrential rain. Because of under handed activities, Emmy is nearly exposed for tampering with the United States Postal Service, a fact that if made public would cause great embarrassment to her and her family.

A scruffy stray dog, whom T.J. names Harry, tags along with the kids on their many trips to the gravesite. The dog appears at strange times and in strange places and is finally discovered to be the abused pet of the hated developer of the proposed tavern.

In the end, Harry returns to the boy who wants to be his real owner, T.J. Blake.

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Featured Book - 7 Scorpions:  Rebellion by Mike Saxton

seven.jpgOn May 7th, the mysterious dictator known only as the Zodiac unleashed an event called the Flash Storm, destroying every major city and military base across the world in one moment. No one saw it coming. There was no warning. There was no terrorist chatter. Hundreds of millions perished almost instantly. Humanity across the globe was plunged into chaos. In the days that followed, the enigmatic and frightening Seekers marched on the remnants of humanity, systematically enslaving or destroying everyone in their path. All attempts to stand up to Zodiac’s Grand Army failed. His Seekers, who radiate a mysterious aura that induces intense fear were virtually unbeatable. It seemed as though the prophecies of the End of Days were coming to pass until the day came that a glimmer of hope arose in the form of an exile who had been part of a super soldier experiment. It is up to this man, Vincent Black, to rally a resistance to free humanity from the grips of oblivion, if he can let go of his past.

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Featured Book - Hana-lani by Christine Sunderland

hana.jpgOnly opening their hearts will keep them from plunging into the dark abyss.

Old Nani-lei lives in Hana-lani, her family home in rural Hawaii. She looks after her grandson Henry, 52, and his daughter Lucy, 6, who have returned to Maui from Berkeley after the death of Maria, Henry's wife. Henry and Maria, both professors, had been working on A History of Ethics, and now the grieving Henry struggles to finish it. City girl Meredith Campbell, 36, fast-paced, self-centered, and beautiful, believes her body will ensure her happiness. After losing her job and finding her lover unfaithful, she flies to Maui, sure he will follow…but her plane crashes near Hana-lani. As their worlds collide in a natural world both beautiful and dangerous, Henry will be forced to act on his words, and Meredith will come face-to-face with her own life choices.

A poignant journey that unravels T.S. Eliot’s “permanent questions”— what is goodness, truth, and love?

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