Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Giveaway/Mystery Suspense

I just can't resist one more suspense/mystery GIVEAWAY!
...From Mary Higgins Clark...
So, I'm giving away my very fave book of hers;
Loves Music, Loves to Dance!

Loves to read it, I do. I do. I do.
I've read it so often, the book literary fell apart. 
So here's some info for anyone who's had their head in the sand and has never heard of her.
BTW, I love her earlier books the best, but that's my problem.

Mary is called the Queen of Suspense, and while she defines herself as a nice Irish Catholic girl from the Bronx, she sure can dip into the dark recesses of the mind and tell one whopper of a tale. Her writing has spanned 3 decades and she is the recipient of all kinds of awards for her work. The greatest being: when a reader puts her book down, they can't wait for the next one.

Again, her earlier works were my faves, but she's still going strong at 83( I find two diff birthdates online, so I'll go with the younger one) I want those genes!

If you love music or you love to dance, OR you love psychological thrillers, this creepy suspense is for you.
Leave a comment below or give us your take on Clark and you'll have a chance to win
the kindle version of Loves Music, Loves to Dance!

Scare me, Mary!

Bwhahahahahahahahaha!

6 comments:

  1. My mom adores Mary Higgins Clark. She's an avid reader and really tough to please. I'll have to read her books one of these days. :) I know I am missing out.

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    1. She's awesome! Her early books being the best. Too easy to figure out "whodunit" in the newer ones, but there are plenty of older ones to keep you turning pages well into the night.

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  2. Am posting for a guy who's tried three times and any man who posts that many times deserves for his comment to be heard.

    Linda, since my comment (My favorite is Where Are the Children? A real nail biter. I liked the movie, but the book was far better. I gave a copy to my hostess on a mission trip to Romania.) didn't go in after three tries, can you post it for me, please?

    Roger (you have my email)

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  3. I know, I'm strange. I've never read MHC. (This is much easier to admit in writing than face to face.) One of my students this semester at the college LOVES her and said I really must check her out.

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  4. I really enjoy MHC books. They are definitely page turners.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

    cenya2 at hotmail dot com

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  5. Glad you are offering this. kkakins at gmail dot com.

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