June 9, 2011

INTERNATIONAL GIVEAWAY ENTRY PAGE "BURN OUT" ENDED

JUNE 9th to JUNE 23rd, 2011

BURN OUT
by TRACI HOHENSTEIN

SYNOPSIS:
  Lt. Samantha (Sam) Collins, a firefighter, vanishes after a warehouse fire the week before she was to testify at her estranged husband’s trial for drug charges. The only clue to her disappearance is a firefighter helmet that was left behind at the scene.
  Rachel Scott founded Florida Omni Search after her own daughter disappeared when she was four. She has worked with law enforcement agencies all over the United States in locating missing people. Sam’s mother calls Rachel for assistance in locating her daughter. However, the search for Sam takes her on a journey that she never expected.
  As she digs deeper into Sam’s past, she finds out more about the marijuana operation her husband Ken, a former police officer, was involved with.  In her desperate, terrifying search for Sam, Rachel also discovers clues about her own missing daughter, Mallory.
  Will she locate Samantha in time and also find out what happened to her own daughter?

THANKS TO THE GENEROSITY OF
THE AUTHOR,  TRACI HOHENSTEIN 
I HAVE ONE (1) SIGNED COPY OF THIS
SUSPENSEFUL 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 KNOW OF OR HAVE
FOLLOWED ANY CASES OF MISSING PERSON CASES?*
 
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*NO P.O. BOXES*
*GIVEAWAY ENDS JUNE 23rd AT 6PM EST*
WINNER WILL BE CHOSEN BY RANDOM.ORG
AND NOTIFIED VIA EMAIL AND WILL
 HAVE 48 HOURS TO RESPOND
OR ANOTHER NAME WILL BE CHOSEN
DISCLAIMER / RULES
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agent and/or author. This blog hosts the giveaway on behalf of the
above. I received a copy of this book, at no charge to me, in
exchange for my honest review. No items that I receive are
ever sold...they are kept by me, or given to family and/or friends.
I am not responsible for lost or damaged books that are shipped
from agents. I reserve the right to disqualify/delete any entries
if rules of giveaway are not followed

56 comments:

Shilo Beedy said...

I don't know anyone personally but when I was a lot younger a lady went missing named Heidi Allen. It was close to wear I lived so my sister and I went to help fold fliers and my mom went around with a search party.It was scary knowing that it happened so close by.

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mverno said...

i watch a tv show sbout missing people every week on investigation discovery
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mverno said...

i follow as mverno via gfc
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Gigi Ann said...

I haven't known or followed any missing persons cases, like someone else said, I sometimes watch TV shows about missing person cases.

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Gigi Ann said...

I follow you on GFC.

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Gigi Ann said...

I follow you on Facebook.

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ChrisS said...

Back in 1991 a little boy went missing from a carnival that was held in the town next to ours. I was in High School back then and remember the searches for him and reading about the investigation into his disappearance. I read a recent article on his case. As a mom I cannot even imagine what this family must be going through. It breaks my heart to learn he has not been found and his case is still open.

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ChrisS said...

I'm a gfc follower.

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ChrisS said...

I follow you on Twitter under Rjofus.

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ChrisS said...

I tweeted giveaway.

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Carol N Wong said...

No, I don't know personally of anyone who has gone missing.

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Carol N Wong said...

+1 I publicly follow your blog with Google Friends Connect.

Carol N Wong said...

+1 I follow you on Facebook.


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Carol N Wong said...

+1 I follow you on Twitter as Carolee888.

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I retweeted:
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Victoria Zumbrum said...

I am a follower and email subscriber. Tore923@aol.com

Victoria Zumbrum said...

I don't know anyone personally missing and I usually dont follow missing person cases. It can be upsetting even if you don't know them. Please enter me in contest. I would love to read this book. Tore923@aol.com

Anonymous said...

Not really unless you count watching news stories on a missing child search.

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Linda Kish said...

I don't follow any closely. Just listen to what is on the news. My sister has been obsessed with the Cayley Anthony case since day one. Poor baby.

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Linda Kish said...

I am a GFC follower

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Judy H said...

The most famous one that comes to mind is Amelia Earhart.

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Pamela Keener said...

I don't know of a missing person except for the most publicized like Elizabeth Smart and that young boy who disappeared from school in Oregon
Kyron Horman.
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Pamela Keener said...

I follow you on GFC
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marybelle said...

There is a case always in the headlines here about a 12 year old boy called Daniel. I have followed this case. Probably because it features so often in the news.

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marybelle said...

GFC follower Mary Preston

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marybelle said...

Follow Facebook

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marybelle said...

Follow Twitter

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Maureen said...

I don't know of any cases that I can think of.
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Maureen said...

I follow on GFC
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Maureen said...

I am a facebook fan
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Renee G said...

There are a couple of unsolved missing persons in my area that I am curious about.
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msthriller said...

Thanks everyone for the comments. I've always been fascinated with missing persons cases since the Natalie Holloway case. My next book in the series, Asylum Harbor, was inspired by that case. It will feature the daughter of a Florida governor who vanishes during a cruise to the Bahamas. Good luck in the contest!
Traci

Anonymous said...

No, Fortunately, I know no one with a missing person case. I do listen and look at missing person cases pertaining to the media. But personally have not followed cases. I am happy for a good conclusion.
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clynsg said...

I have no personal knowledge of anyone in a missing person case, but have certainly followed several in news reports. There is one locally, where 2 teenage girls disappeared after the parents of one of them were murdered. Evidence apparently suggests that they were abducted (they were having a sleepover), and there are multiple locations in the area where bodies can be hidden. Most feel that they are probably dead, but the families, of course, want to know for sure.

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clynsg said...

Follower via GFC

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Becca Ann said...

I haven't known of any personally but I do watch the news and If there is one on there I like to follow it

Becca Ann said...

I follow on gfc

Becca Ann said...

I like you on fb.. Becca Ann Peters

ewhatley said...

I don't have any personal involvement but watch updates on missing persons on the news. This book sounds like a great beach read.

saturdaynightfever said...

The Natalee Holloway case still surprises me.

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Deborah Wellenstein said...

I do not know of any case of missing persons that I have followed.

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Deborah Wellenstein said...

I follow you via GFC as dwellenstein.

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purango said...

From television. I have followed the case of a young bride's disappeareance in Atlanta in 1964. The detectibe who worked on the case ubsuccessfully all his career has died. The local news have run several stories about the case over the years but it still remaind unsolved. garrettsambo@aol.com

susansmoaks said...

i have watched a few over the years, one that stands out is a local woman who disappeared about 5 years ago, she's never been found
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ann said...

Yes I have followed Caylee Anthonys case since it happened and a few others from the past on the Nancy Graces show.



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I subscribe by email




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ann said...

I also like on facebook to


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dvice12 said...

I don't know of any missing persons cases other than what we hear generally on the news

Betty C said...

The only missing persons I have ever followed have been the ones publicized on TV.

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Betty C said...

I follow with GFC.

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Betty C said...

Sent FB friend request.

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Betty C said...

I follow on twitter as willitara.

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Jessica said...

yes I have followed the case of Jennifer Kesse Missing from Orlando, FL since 2006. Hopefully she or her body will be recovered to end the agony for her family
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Jessica said...

Follow you on GFC as Mac Mom
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