Tuesday, February 2, 2010

"The Last Surgeon" Giveaway

We are so excited to announce a new giveaway of
Michael Palmer's newest medical thriller,
The Last Surgeon
(releasing 2/16/10). Michael Palmer has graciously offered to send an autographed hardcover copy to ONE lucky winner! If you haven't heard about it yet, you can read our review here.
This giveaway is open to US/Canada residents only.

To enter to win you MUST:
1. Become a follower (or already BE one) and leave a comment telling us the title of your favorite thriller/mystery/crime novel . Don't forget to include your contact information.

For extra entries (and I can't stress how important it is to leave a separate comment for each)**:

1. Post/Tweet/Blog/or otherwise promote this giveaway on the social networking site of your choice.
2. Look through our past reviews and tell us which book we've reviewed you are most likely to read next.
3. Tell us what book you've been meaning to read forever that you keep putting off.
**Seriously people. If you leave one comment. You get one entry. If you follow the rules you get more.

This giveaway will end on 11:59PM on February 16th, 2010. The winner will be notified via email to arrange shipment.

61 comments:

Melissa Burmester said...

I love the Dexter series.

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I am a follower

Melissa Burmester said...

tweeted

http://twitter.com/Ginger_High/statuses/8545606944

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Melissa Burmester said...

I would read Beautiful Creatures.
Your review was great.

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SandyM204 said...

I am a follower and my fave is anything by James Patterson. I love the Alex Cross books.
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SandyM204 said...

I most liked the review of Rainwater by Sandra Brown. I've been a fan of hers a long time and am looking forward to reading this one as well.
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SandyM204 said...

tweeted - http://twitter.com/LMsMeeMaw/status/8548162413
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SandyM204 said...

I keep meaning to read the entire Sue Grafton alphabet series, but seem to never get around to it.
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Dixie said...

I already follow this blog and my favorite thriller is The Silence of The Lambs by Thomas Harris.
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Dixie said...

I looked through your reviews and I definitely want to read American On Purpose : The Improbable Adventures of an Unlikely Patriot -by Craig Ferguson.
I enjoy watching him on late night and I wasn't aware that he'd written a book.
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Booksnyc said...

Hi!

I am a follower and my favorite thriller is All That Remains by Patricia Cornwell - its an old one by I love the Scarpetta series!

Thanks for entering me! leenbeen2001 (at) yahoo (dot) com

Booksnyc said...

I looked through your reviews and the next book I will be reading is Potato Peel Society -I feel late to the party with this one but my book club is reading it next month.

leenbeen2001(at) yahoo (dot) com

Booksnyc said...

The one book I have been wanting to read but still haven't (and I see you have reviewed it) is 100 Years of SOlitude. So many people rave about it and its on my shelf but I never seem to get to it - 2010 for sure!

Heidi V said...

I'm already a follower via Google Connect - My favorite mystery of all time is Murder on the Orient Express.

Thanks
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claudiabeckstrand said...

I am a follower by blogger. My favorite mystery author of all time is Lee Child. I love Jack Reacher.
my email address is claudia@phonewave.net
Thanks I would love to win this book.

MindySue said...

Starting NOW this contest is open to US/Canada residents only. All previous commenters are still entered.

Petula said...

My favorite thriller novel right now is Love You to Death by Shannon K. Butcher.

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Petula said...

I tweeted: http://twitter.com/Petula1968/status/8552066477

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Petula said...

Let's see the one book I want to read, but haven't gotten around to is The 30-Second Commute by Stephanie Dickison.

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StephTheBookworm said...

I'm a follower. My favorite thriller is Jeffery Deaver's The Bodies Left Behind.

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StephTheBookworm said...

The book I've been wanting to read forever is 19 Minutes by Jodi Picoult.

Baba said...

I am a big mystery fan and the one I am currently reading is always my favorite one at the time I'm reading it. Right now it is Cemetery Dance by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child.

mormonhermitmom said...

Does The Lost Symbol count as a thriller? The was the last book I read that got my adrenaline going.

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Teri K said...
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Momma Hunt said...

This looks like a great read, and your website looks great too. I am a new follower and book lover.
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Teri K said...

I subscribe through Google. My favorite mystery -- you must be kidding! :) I just finished The Swan Thieves, and liked it.
Contact me at Terikelsey56@yahoo.com or www.abookwithaview.blogspot.com. (I read all my comments, so I'll see a message.)

Teri K said...

I'd like to read Girl with a Pearl Earring, which you reviewed.
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Teri K said...

I've been wanting to read Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell forever. Why don't I just pick it up and start? Who knows.

Natalie W said...

Oh I'm a Patricia Cornwell, Tess Gerritsen, Faye Kellerman fan but I just read an awesome one called Evil at Heart by Chelsea Cain.
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Natalie W said...

I tweeted!
http://twitter.com/nataliew2/status/8558949489

Natalie W said...

Definitely Harlan Coben Tell No One! Love his books!
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Natalie W said...

Oh there are so many that I want to read but have been putting it off but one that I am GOING to read this year is Grapes of Wrath!
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Sheila Deeth said...

Favorite thriller/mystery/crime... Hard to choose, but if I can pick a series it would be Patricia Cornwell's Scarpetta series.

sdeeth at msn dot com

emily said...
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emily said...

blogged - http://theladybuglady.blogspot.com/2010/02/i-want-to-win-this-book.html

emily said...

and i tweeted -
http://twitter.com/theladybuglady/statuses/8571402810

emily said...

theladybuglady at hotmail dot com

i must say, my favorite thriller/mystery/crime is and always will be l.a. confidential.
i love many other thriller/mystery/crime, but none captured me quite so well as mr. ellroy did with his little bit of fun.

emily said...

and i think i'll try daniel's recommendation of Whom God Would Destroy - Commander Pants
i really enjoyed i, devil. and i really enjoy dan, so maybe the two things together will end up with a winner.

emily said...

the book that's been longest on my bookshelf?? probably lovely bones by alice sebold. i just can't seem to crack.
what has been on my "to read" list longer than any other? i couldn't even guess. i rework my reading lists so often, it's a complete mystery.

Sandy C said...

I am a follower! My favorite thriller at the moment is Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold, my best friend just did a review of it on my blog! I would love a chance to win this book so I could give it to my friend since she is a HARDCORE book junkie!!

Julie said...

Already a follower. I really enjoy the women's murder club series by James Patterson.

Margie said...

One of my favorite mysteries is Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. Thanks for this giveaway. (I'm a new follower)
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Margie said...

From the review list....
I think I would like to read Elegance of the Hedgehog.
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Margie said...

A Three Dog Life by Thomas has been on my list for a while.
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Cheryl said...

Well, I can't really think of a favorite cause I like some equally, but I just got through reading I, Alex Cross by James Paterson and I really liked it.

Cheryl said...

Tweeted

http://twitter.com/HeartnSoulmom/status/8662354733

Cheryl said...

Out of your reviews, the book I would most like to read is The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie - Alan Bradley

Cheryl said...

A book I keep meaning to read but have put it off is The Unit by Ninni Holmqvis

justpeachy36 said...

justpeachy36@yahoo.com

Please enter me in the giveaway.

One of my favorite thrillers is called, Nocturne by Harrison Gradwell Slater. Just came out last month... very good.

justpeachy36 said...

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I've been wanting to read, Pride and Prejudice forever, but I still haven't read it yet.

Annette said...

netnet4me@yahoo.com

I'm a follower of this blog and LOVE IT!

Annette said...

Oops, I also meant to write on the first one that I loved "Tell No One" by Harlan Coban.

So I've also want to read "The Time Traveler's Wife" after this review. Thanks,
netnet4me@yahoo.com

Esme said...

Please sign me up thanks-my favorite author for thrillers is Daniel Silva-can I pick one of his books-no I have enjoyed them all (they do not need to be read in any order). Cemeratry Dance was also good.

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Esme said...

What book have I been putting of-The Celestine Prophecy

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Esme said...

cococroissants

http://readingforsanity.blogspot.com/2010/02/last-surgeon-giveaway Last Surgeon Giveaway

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Esme said...

I see you reviewed The Time Travelers wife-that was the movie on the plane at Christmas and now I want to read the book

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OutnumberedMama said...

I am following your blog!
My Fave Crime Novel is actually a series - the Alex Cross Series by James Patterson.
You can follow my blog at http://busymomswholovetoread.blogspot.com

OutnumberedMama said...

I tweeted this giveaway @1outnumberedmom

Sarah E said...

My favorite mystery novel is The Eye of the Needle by Ken Follett.

I'm a follower.

Please enter me in this giveaway!

saemmerson at yahoo dot com

Sarah E

Sarah E said...

I tweeted:

https://twitter.com/saemmerson/status/9002895834

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Sarah E

Sarah E said...

The book you've reviewed that I'm most likely to read next is The Help by Kathryn Stockett. I've read so many great reviews about this book and can't wait to read it.

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Sarah E

Sarah E said...

I've been meaning to read Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier, but yet it continues to remain on my nightstand untouched.

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Sarah E

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