Win the November bookshelf of signed thrillers!

November collage

Can you believe it’s November already? I updated the Win Books page with one of the largest collections  of thrillers ever – 15 stellar titles! This month there are NY Times bestsellers, several follow ups, a children’s book and some debut authors.

Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg teamed up to create the Fox & O’Hare series, which I really love. The Job is the third entry into this terrific series. The latest Rosato Associates legal thriller, Betrayed,  from the fabulous Lisa Scottoline is also available and I loved it. Former CIA agent Valerie Plame is signing her latest, written with Sarah Lovett, Burned.

I am really proud to be offering two of the very prestigous Library Journal’s best thrillers of 2014 – Truth Be Told by Hank Phillippi Ryan, and My Sister’s Grave by Robert Dugoni. Jon Land brings back the ass kicking, fifth-generation Texas Ranger, Caitlin Strong in Strong Darkness. 

Forensic fans will love Close to the Bone by Lisa Black. And paranormal fans will be thrilled with F. Paul Wilson’s Fear City. Diane Fanning is back with Scandal in the Secret City, as is Karen Harper with Forbidden Ground. Peg Kehret offers up the first children’s mystery I’ve ever offered, Dangerous Deception.

Finally, there are four debut authors: Night of the Jaguar by Joe Gannon, the dual debut, Turnabout & Shallow Secrets by Rick Ollerman, Color Blind by Colby Marshall and Five Days Left by Julie Lawson Timmer.

If you are new to the site, each month I run a contest in conjunction with the International Thriller Writers group. We put together a list of books including bestsellers and debut authors, so you can win some of your favorites and find some new favorites.

What makes this contest really special is that all of the books (except eBooks) are signed by the author!

Don’t forget, if you subscribe to the newsletter or follow this blog, you get an extra entry into every contest you enter.

Thanks for reading, and good luck!

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