May 17, 2011

GIVEAWAY ENTRY PAGE "DEAD OF WYNTER" 05/17 to 05/31 ENDED

MAY 17TH to MAY 31st, 2011


DEAD OF WYNTER
by SPENCER SEIDEL

SYNOPSIS:
   There is the Maine of summer — warm, picturesque, filled with vacationing families — and then there is the Maine of winter, where the cold creeps into your bones and refuses to leave. Alice Wynter Dunn thought she’d never have to go back to her hometown of Redding, Maine, where secrets are buried under a thick layer of ice and the chill emanates from people’s hearts.
   A phone call in the middle of the night. Alice’s infamous father, Edward “Papa” Wynter, is dead from a gunshot wound. Leaving her distant husband in their New Jersey McMansion, Alice races back to Redding. What at first seems like a simple case of burying her past along with her cruel, alcoholic father turns into a double mystery. Papa Wynter wasn’t a victim of suicide as originally thought — it was murder, and Alice’s abused twin brother, Chris, is missing.
   Memories begin to crack the surface as apparitions from the past appear. The winter when Chris ran wild with his bad-seed cousin, cruising from petty crimes to irreversible tragedy, is revealed. Could this be the catalyst that drove Chris to become a hard-core alcoholic like their father? And did their cousin Ray, a junior sociopath in the making, really die in a snowmobile accident?
   Supervising Lieutenant Detective Don Lambert has his suspicions. Chris and Papa were last seen arguing in their favorite townie bar the night of the murder — and they were fighting about Ray; the same Ray who tortures Alice’s memories. Things grow more complicated when the murder weapon is found and her mother, Jackie Ruth, is brought in for questioning. What is she hiding? What dark secret from Alice’s past is about to be exposed?
   This enthralling thriller leaves a chilling trail as family members come to grips with the harm they have done to one another and the tragedy of a life without love.

THANKS TO ERIN AND THE FANTASTIC
PEOPLE FROM MERYL L. MOSS MEDIA
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I HAVE TWO (2) COPIES OF THIS
MYSTERY TO GIVE AWAY.
HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO WIN.
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65 comments:

Anonymous said...

I found out that my paternal great grandparents forced my grandmother and her 3 children (and one on the way) to leave their farm after their son was killed in an accident.
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Linda Kish said...

There haven't been any mysteries in my family that I have ever heard about.

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ann said...

Yes I did but I didnt let anyone else know. Its past and I dont want to hurt anyones feeling.

ann said...

sorry forgot my email
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Tore said...

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Tore said...

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Tore said...

I have never discovered any family mystery. Please enter me in contest. I would love to read this book. Tore923@aol.com

Mona said...

Before I got married, I found out about a family scandal. It wasn't a mystery b/c apparently everyone knew about it except me. I was kept out of the loop to "protect" me. My family was under the mistaken notion that I would back out of the marriage if I found out. How they could think I would generalize one man's actions to all men is beyond me.

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Tiffany Drew said...

I have heard about a few family mysteries, one including a suicide. I don't dare ask about them though.

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Gigi Ann said...

Nope I don't think my family had any family secrets, If they did they kept them from me.

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Gigi Ann said...

I posted on my sidebar.

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Gigi Ann said...

I follow you on facebook.

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I am a follower on GFC.

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Miranda Ward said...

No family mysteries here


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Judy H said...

(Un)fortunately, my family lacks mystery all around.

Judy H said...

I'm following on GFC @headlessfowl.

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Carol N Wong said...

My family on both sides is loaded with family mysteries, the usual result is that two sides can't stand other. Of course, I won't tell any of the secrets!

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Carol N Wong said...

I publicly follow you on Google Friend Connect.


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I follow you on Facebook.

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I follow you on Twitter.

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Amanda K said...

I actually did find out what happened between my mom's mom and her husband when I was younger. It still shocks me that he got off too easy.

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Helen Keeler said...

No, my family doesn't seem to have any mysteries. We're quite boring. helenkeeler@ocmast.net

Desmond said...

no family mysteries so far...

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ellie said...

My great great grandfather was found dead on the side of a trail with his horse still by his side. Nobody today knows what exactly happened. His wife went looking for him in the morning when he didn't come home one night and found him.
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ellie said...

I follow via GFC (ellie)
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Anita Yancey said...

No, I've never found out about a family mystery. I guess we are just normal and boring. Mysteries are my favorite books, and I'd love to read this one. Please enter me. Thanks!

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Anita Yancey said...

Follow publicly on GFC(Anita Yancey).

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Michelle @ The True Book Addict said...

No mysteries really, but I did find out that one of my great uncles was a romance author!

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Anonymous said...

i have never found out about a family mystery

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Anonymous said...

i follow you on facebook

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Anonymous said...

i follow you on twitter

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Anonymous said...

i follow via GFC

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Diane52 said...

I follow via google and sadly my family was filled with secrets
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Ruthie said...

I haven't but my best friend recently found out that she was named after her fathers' girlfriend & her mother told her!!!

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Ruthie said...

Email subscriber

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Ruthie said...

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Patty said...

No family secrets have tumbled out of the attic --- yet! ;-)
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Patty said...

I follow via GFC as Patricia
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Patty said...

I follow on FB!
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Anonymous said...

Hmm..family mystery? Absolutely nothing. How drab! I can live with though.

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April said...

Yes are still trying to lern whether my great grandfather faked his death or really died.

susansmoaks said...

no i haven't ever found out about a family mystery
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Anonymous said...

Not a mystery so much as the skeletons in the closet when I was a very young teenager, about my favorite Grandmother, I grew up fast at that point. I still adored the woman but I saw her with slightly clearer eyes.
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dvice12 said...

I haven't ever found out about a family mystery
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dvice12 said...

I follow on GFC

Debbie Kennedy said...

Yes, we found out about a sibling my husband didn't know that he had!
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Anonymous said...

Yes, I found out some kinda weird cult stuff that my grandparents were into when we cleaned out their house after they both died.

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I follow you on gfc as degood.

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Anonymous said...

I follow you on twitter as kmayans.

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AEKZ2 said...

No mysteries in my family...yet.

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purango said...

I haven't found out about any family mysteries. garrettsambo@aol.com

/\Heather/\ said...

It was no mystery that my 80 year old grandpa was going to round up a posse and try to take care of some business, old west style. My grandmother put a stop to that one. haha
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