Win the February ’18 bookshelf of signed thrillers!

Welcome to the February bookshelf of signed thrillers! This month the International Thriller Writers have provided some excellent thrillers for you to win. To enter, go to the Win Books page. More books may be added throughout the month, so check back often.

Best of luck!

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INTO THE BLACK NOWHERE by Meg Gardiner, An UNSUB Novel, Book 2: An FBI profiler is forced to navigate the twisted mind of a charismatic, ruthless serial killer responsible for the murders of a series of women in southern Texas, in a thriller inspired by the case of Ted Bundy. By the Edgar Award-winning author of China Lake.

LOOK FOR ME by Lisa Gardner, D. D. Warren, Book 9: Detective D. D. Warren teams up with Flora Dane from Find Her in an investigation involving the sinister disappearance of a 16-year-old girl whose family has been brutally murdered. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author.

A DEATH IN LIVE OAK by James Grippando,  Jack Swyteck Novel, Book 15: When the president of a black fraternity is murdered, defense attorney Jack Swyteck navigates a maelstrom of racial uprisings as he investigates the chief suspect, an effort that is further challenged by the case’s eerie similarities to a Jim Crow-era lynching. By the New York Times best-selling author of The Pardon.

THE HUSH by John Hart: The only writer in history to win consecutive Edgar Awards for Best Novel, New York Times bestselling author John Hart returns to the world of his most beloved novel, The Last Child. Johnny Merrimon is struggling to avoid notoriety by moving into the wilderness 10 years after the events that transformed his life and hometown, a decision that his longtime friend, Jack, fears is subjecting Johnny to malevolent forces.

THE GATE KEEPER by Charles ToddAn encounter with a frightened woman standing over a body launches an inquiry that leads Scotland Yard’s Ian Rutledge into a dangerous confrontation with a stealthy killer and his own painful memories. By the New York Times best-selling author of the Bess Crawford mysteries.

PERISH by Lisa Black: Maggie and Jack investigate the brutal murder of the founder of a large financial company and enter the cutthroat world of big finance, but their investigation takes an unexpected turn when disturbing evidence emerges in an unrelated series of killings.

THE HONORABLE TRAITORS by John Lutz: A secret operative, Thomas Laker—when a Washington, D.C. insider is killed in a bomb explosion—must team up with cryptographer Ava North to stop another act of terrorism and as they search for clues, they discover one of history’s greatest—and deadliest—secrets.

HIGH TREASON by DiAnn Mills: When someone attempts to assassinate a Saudi Prince on U.S. soil, FBI Agent Kord Davidson and CIA Operative Monica Alden head up a task force to keep the Prince safe and find those responsible to avoid an international incident that could have devastating consequences.

THE DECEIVERS by Alex Berenson: After an incident in Dallas that appears to be a terrorist attack, former CIA agent John Wells is dispatched to Colombia to locate an old asset, a mission involving a Russian plot that proves to be the most deadly of his career.
You can win autographed copies of these books! If you are new to the site, each month I run a contest in conjunction with the International Thriller Writers organization. We put together a list of books from debut authors to bestsellers, 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! Books with multiple authors will be signed by at least one of the authors.

Penguin Random House books for giveaway were provided by the publisher. #PRHpartner

Don’t forget, if you subscribe to the newsletter or follow this blog, you get an extra entry into every contest you enter. Check out the Win Books page for more information on all these books and how to enter this month’s contest.

Thanks for reading, and good luck!

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