Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Sworn to Silence Giveaway!!

I somehow ended up with a second copy of Sworn to Silence in my mailbox. So, I'm GIVING IT AWAY!

Click here to check out my review of the book and then come back and leave us a comment to enter!

1. One entry for your comment (please include email address)
2. One entry for telling me your favorite detective/police novels.
3. Two entries for becoming a follower or subscribing to us in Google Reader
OR Three entries if you are ALREADY a follower/subscriber (be sure to let me know in your comment).
4. One additional entry for blogging about this giveaway and letting me know.

You only have to leave me one comment with all that information, multiple comments are not necessary. :-)

Contest open until April 21st 11:59pm Central Time. I'll announce the winner on April 22nd!


michele said...

This book sounds great! I am an avid reader and am always looking for a new author to try. As far as detective/cop books, I love the J.D. Robb books right now. I already subscribe to you on Google Reader, which I must say is the best way to keep up with blogs!

wordlily said...

Ooh, I remember your review of this one. I'd love to read it. I can never pick a favorite anything. Sigh. I am really enjoying the Maisie Dobbs books so far, though.

I'm subscribed to your blog already. :)

WordLily AT gmail DOT com


Holly said...

This looks good. I'd love to read it. I don't have a favorite police/detective novel. It's not a genre I normally favor. Unless Nancy Drew and the Happy Hollisters count for detective work! ;)

I already subscribe through Google Reader.

The Kool-Aid Mom said...

I saw this book in Shelf Awareness and have been dying to get my grubby little hands on a copy ever since! I promise I'll wash them before grabbing the book ;-)

Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum novels are one of my favorite detective novels, but I like Harlan Coben, as well.

I have added this to my Giveaways and Contests page, and my email is ibetnoonehasthisdamnid@yahoo.com . I've also subscribed at My Yahoo page. :-)

bridget3420 said...

I'd love to enter. bjhopper(at)me(dot)com. I love James Patterson detective novels. I'm addicted to the Alex Cross & Women's Murder Club books! I'm already a follower.

MJ said...

I think I would like this.

I like James Patterson Cross series and Kay Scarpettta books by Patricia Cornwell.

I subsribe.


gautami tripathy said...

I have been reading a lot of mystery/crime fiction this year.

Do count me in for this.


Carol Z said...

This sounds like a great book. I enjoy reading a lot of detective/police books, although one of my favorites is the Spenser series by Robert B. Parker. My email address is carolzawislak@aol.com.

Marie said...

Sounds like a great book, and by an author that would be new to me -- that's always fun! My favorite detective/cop books are Patterson's Alex Cross series.


tetewa said...

I've recently begun The Stephanie Plum series and I'm loving them! tWarner419@aol.com

NotNessie said...

I love the In Death series by JD Robb.

Please count me in for this give.


I'm a follower!

nfmgirl said...

Wow! This looks like a really good book. I'd love a chance to read it. Please count me in. Thank you!

nfmgirl AT gmail DOT com

Pissenlit said...

Sounds like a great book! I'm always on the lookout for new detective novels.

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scottsgal said...

Mystery is my fave genre and James Patterson is my fave author - love Alex Cross series. I'd love to read this one.
msboatgal at aol.com

LuAnn said...

An Amish detective book! This must be a great read!

NotNessie said...

I blogged about this here:


Jake said...

sounds like a good read, please include me in this giveaway.


Llehn said...

This book sounds intriguing! I don't know if it counts as a detective series but I sure do enjoy Laurell K Hamilton's Anita Blake series. It's got mystery, intrigue and vampire / werewolf politics! What more can a gal ask for?


Kaye said...

I like Lyndley and Havers in Elizabeth George's books set in England. please enter me in the drawing


Katie said...

Please enter me!

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mindy said...

sounds like a fascinating read thanks for the giveaway

malleycc said...

Sounds like an interestng book.

Michele said...

This sounds like a great book, I'm looking for a good book that will grasp my attention.

Thank you for the giveaway.


looks good

scottsgal said...

I'd love to read this - please count me in.
My favorite detective series is Alex Cross by James Patterson and the Spenser series by Robert B Parker

msboatgal at aol.com

Cheryl S. said...

Great review - I would love to read this book.

My favorite detective/cop books are the Kay Scarpetta series by Patricia Cornwell.

Please count me in - Thanks!

Gwendolyn B. said...

Jeez, a favorite genre, but a "favorite" series? I guess I have to go with Peter Robinson's Alan Banks series. They are ALWAYS good. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of this one -- it sounds really good, too!

I'm already a subscriber.

geebee.reads AT gmail DOT com

Valorie said...

I would love a chance to win!

My favorite 'detective' novels are Medicus by Downie and Roman Blood by Saylor.

I am a follower in Google Reader.

And I blogged:


BUSY BEE said...

I would love to be entered in your giveaway.

My favorite detective stories - I love Anne Perry's novels.

I have been a subscriber for a little while now.

Thanks again!!

bsyb100 at gmail dot com

VioletReads said...

My favorite detective is Raymond Chandler's Phillip Marlowe, but I'll read any mystery - I was a huge Agatha Christie and Nancy Drew fan when I was younger Now I'm a big fan of Ellen Hart's Jane Lawless myseries. I follow via RSS.

-violetreads at gmail

avalonne83 said...

Please enter me in the contest. Thanks.

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Sharon said...

This sounds like a great good book I am hoping with lots os suspense. Thanks for the giveaway

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Aik said...

Great, please count me in. I'd love to read this book.


Aik said...

My favourite detective/police novels are the DI Tom Thorne series by Mark Billingham.


Aik said...

I subscribed via Google reader.


Debs Desk said...

Please include me in your giveaway.

liane66 said...

Thanks for the giveaway!
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tattwo said...

This sounds like a good read. Thanks.

Jennifer said...

This sounds like a great book, I am kind of fascinated with the Amish! Thanks for the giveaway!


jwx4 said...

I like James Patterson. This book sounds great.


H said...

Sounds like a great book, I'd love to read it. Thanks for the giveaway.

I love Lt. Eve Dallas in the "... In Death" books by J.D. Robb


tatertot374 said...

Thank you for a great giveaway. I would love to win. THank you

selinda_mccumbers said...

This sounds great! I love the Tammi Hoag books!


selinda_mccumbers at yahoo.com

LittleEagle said...

This sounds like a great new author. Hope it becomes a series. sharonaquilino(at)hotmail(dot)com

Anita Yancey said...

I loved your review on this book. Would love to read it, for it is my kind of book. Please enter me. Thanks!

My favorite detective books are James Patterson's Alex Cross, and Janet Evanovich's Plum series. But I will read any and all of them, I'm addicted.


Ash said...

Please count me in!

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♔ jessica.marie said...

I would love to be entered! I don't really read police/detective stories but I really enjoyed The Crimes of Paris, which was sort of that style

I am a new follower!

lovejessicamarie [@] gmail [.] com

ellie said...

I'll read just about any genre, but my favorites are mysteries. I love anything from cozies to hard boiled to police procedurals. One of my favorite series is the Women's Murder Club series by James Patterson.

Book Spot said...

I would really like to read this book--I'd really like to start reading more mysteries and the Amish (especially in Ohio) seems like a really interesting place to start...I knew someone that had a farm near an Amish community in Indiana and we did the 'tour'/info thing. Anyway, it sounds like a book I would really enjoy.

rubymoon said...

Love the Women's Murder Club series by James Patterson.

rubymoonstone at gmail dot com

rubymoon said...

Got my comments reversed--please add me to the chance to win this book. Thanks!

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rubymoon said...

I am a brand new subscriber to your feed on my Google Reader.

Extra entry 1

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rubymoon said...

I am a brand new subscriber to your feed on my Google Reader.

Extra entry 2

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ANNE S said...

Love mysteries with a female protagonist. Thanks.

ANNE S said...

My favoite mysteries are the Inspector Lynley/Sergeant Havers series by Elizabeth George. So well written!

Irene Yeates said...

I like the aspect of an Amish woman police chief working not only among "the English," but also in close proximity of her roots.

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Irene Yeates said...

I enjoy Elizabeth George's series, but my all-time favorite is P.D. James with Adam Dalgliesh.

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Irene Yeates said...

I am following you....even though I thought I already was...

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