A week away from publication

UPDATE: P-day today April 1! Competition now closed! I have already printed off the entrants’ names.

So this Thursday, the first of April, is the official publication day of my new novel A RAZOR WRAPPED IN SILK. It’s the third of my historical mysteries featuring Porfiry Petrovich, the investigating magistrate I have taken from Dostoevsky‘s masterpiece, CRIME AND PUNISHMENT.

To celebrate the publication, I’ll be running a little competition, with copies of the book as prizes. Actually, it’s not so much a competition as a straightforward lottery. I’ll simply be asking people to throw their hats into the ring in comments below. Then I’ll use the list randomizer on random.org and give books to the top ten names on the list it generates. The winners will be picked on publication day, April 1, 2010.

No purchase required. No skill involved. Just leave your name, and if you feel like it some kind of comment.

STOP PRESS. There is a geographic restriction for the competition – Europe. So, UK and European entries only please.

STOP PRESS #2. I will be signing the books before they get sent out!

STOP PRESS #3: COMPETITION NOW CLOSED!

And now, to get you in the mood, here’s the trailer:

84 thoughts on “A week away from publication”

  1. Following on Twitter @paulinepppp. Please may I enter the draw, cos this books looks Fabulous πŸ™‚

  2. Looks a great book, so yes please pick me!

    @madmagz22 Following on twitter

    PS I love the cover really makes you look to see what it is all about!

  3. Suzanne Goodwin

    Sounds like a great read. Must check out your earlier titles. Please enter me for the draw.

    @lucentegirl on twitter (following you)

  4. Annette Thomas

    “Could you kill the one you love?” That’s really caught my attention and would love to win a copy

    @mesafish

  5. Can feel some very long days and nights coming on from not being able to put this down, If i have the good fortune of winning a copy.

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  7. I would love a copy of your book. Thankfully, I will be home in Ireland so I think I may qualify for entry. The book sounds intriguing.

  8. Got my fingers well and truly crossed, as you never know when you might get lucky. Best of all possible luck with the book’s launch. @JackyHSF on twitter

  9. I know I am following u on twitter @RedRoses4, I think I forgot to enter here with my comment of
    “very interesting I would like to read this one”

  10. I would love to win a copy of your book. I’m a little obsessed with books set in Russia, so I know I’ll enjoy yours whether I win it or buy it. @Pamreader

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