Hello, my faithful followers! Happy Friday to you!
Today I want to let you know about a contest that my friend, Nicole Hadaway, is running over on her blog site, All Things Smart and Scary. She's giving away a copy of Dwayne Kavanagh's novel A Child's Wound, which is a suspense thriller about a serial killer! Here's a blurb about the book:
A Child's Wound, by Dwayne Kavanagh
Tim Hadler, an eccentric narcissist, stalks his next victim and joins the likes of Ted Bundy and Jack the Ripper. Tim enjoys what he does and has perfected his craft. What makes him different than most serial killers is that he can manipulate some of his victims. Those he allows to live. Tim walks the streets of Manhattan, cruising through book shelves and Cafe line ups to find the perfect victims. Unfortunately for Tim he has stumbled upon something that never prepared him for what is about to happen. His next victim turns out to be a New York City Detective. Just when Tim thought he had his life under control he's drawn into a game like no other. In Manhattan, N.Y., a Serial Killer stages his victims as if they were works of art. Detective Christine Maloan is tracking down a killer that leaves clues that date back to the Egyptian Pyramids. The hidden symbols are difficult to put together and the murders have the entire city up in arms and the FBI edging closer to taking over the case. Throughout the story Tim uncovers situations in his past that reveals some insight into understanding why he does what he does. But will that stop him who knows?
Oohhh, very intriguing, right? So, for a chance to win a paperback copy (or an e-copy to those outside of the US and Canada) all you have to do is email Nicole at email@example.com and answer this question: What's your favorite serial killer movie?
The contest is running from January 15th through the 29th, so give it some thought and send her your answer! While you're at it, check out her blog and sign up to be a follower. She posts every Monday (Movie Review Mondays), Wednesday (Writer's Wednesday where she features a different author every week) and Friday (Free Book Friday).
That's all for now, folks. Have a wicked weekend !