June 6, 2011

EBOOK GIVEAWAY ENTRY PAGE "G'DAY L.A." ENDED

JUNE 6th to JUNE 20th, 2011

G'DAY L.A.
by TONY MCFADDEN

SYNOPSIS (borrowed from Smashwords):
 Can Ellie convince the police that her best friend’s death wasn’t suicide? Or accidental? Can she stay alive herself, now that the killer knows what Ellie knows? And can she find a career in a city that cares more for what’s on the outside than on the inside? Ellie Bourke came to LA a year ago to further her acting career. She had no idea she'd have to solve a murder to find that success.


THANKS TO THE GENEROUS 
AUTHOR, TONY MCFADDEN 
I HAVE FIVE (5) EBOOK EDITIONS OF
THIS BOOK TO GIVE AWAY.
HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO WIN.
*ALL COMMENTS TO BE SEPARATE*
AND INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS
SO THAT I CAN CONTACT YOU IF YOU WIN
*LEAVE COMMENT: DO YOU THINK YOU WOULD
BE ABLE TO SOLVE A MURDER?*
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 HAVE 48 HOURS TO RESPOND
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if rules of giveaway are not followed

17 comments:

mverno said...

no because most murders are not solved by the authorities they are solved by someone else seeing something or knowing something mverno@roaedrunner.com

Gigi Ann said...

I would never be able to solve a murder, a Miss Marple I am not.

I would love to enter the giveaway, however I don't have an e-reader. I still reading the old fashioned way. hee, hee.

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Linda Kish said...

No, I am not good at spotting the small things. You'd think with all the CSI I've watched I'd be better.

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Anonymous said...

i don't think i would be able to solve a murder

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Anonymous said...

Yes, I would like to think I can solve a murder as I am a mystery junkie. I love mystery books, movies, puzzels etc.
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dvice12 said...

I don't think I'd be able to solve it

Anonymous said...

I like puzzles; maybe!

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purango said...

It would have to be a real simple case. I am not very good at solving mysteries. garrettsambo@aol.com