Friday, 29 July 2016

Friday Freebie: Take your pick from one of these 3 books

As a teenager I would say that 90% of the books that I read were crime novels, either police procedurals or books based around the forensics/law side of things but in my twenties my reading habits changed and I tended to read more contemporary and romance with only a handful of crime fiction novels.  But over the last 18 months or so I have re-found my passion for reading crime and thrillers which has also seen me go to a couple of Crime Fiction events rather than the Romance/Women's Fiction events I normally go to. In April I bought a ticket for the Crime Files Rooftop Book Club event in London and in May headed off to Bristol for the Crimefest weekend although I only bought a day pass for the Saturday (was such a great but manic day that I have already bought a pass for the whole weekend next year!).

At each of these events I was lucky enough to receive a goodie bag which included a variety of items including a selection of books but I'm having to be realistic and realise that it's highly unlikely that I'll read some of the free books I've received as my TBR piles, both review and personal, are overflowing and I'm going to have to soon start having regular book clearouts due to a lack of storage space.  So I've decided that over the course of the next few months I'll run a series of giveaways for a few of the new and unread books.

Each month I will offer up a choice of 2 or 3 books and once the winner has been selected they can then take their pick as to which book they would like to receive.  First up the books on offer are 50 Miles from Anywhere by Michael Cayzer, Cold Granite by Stuart Macbride or Slow Horses by Mick Herron.

Enter via the Rafflecopter form below, the winner will be selected at random next Friday and contacted for their address and choice of book to enable me to post to them. Please do not add details of this giveaway to other sites without my permission.

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  1. I would go with Slow Horses by Mick Herron. Thanks :)

  2. 50 Miles from Anywhere please, just started reading crime/thriller and I'm quickly getting hooked