This week I am giving away a hardcover copy of Golden Prey, the latest “Prey” novel by John Sandford.
There are three ways to enter the giveaway:
- 1 – leave a comment on this blog post (you will receive one entry)
- 2 – follow this blog on Twitter (@1ThriftyReader) and re-tweet any tweet I post about this giveaway (you will receive one entry)
- 3 – visit my Facebook page HERE and like, share and/or comment on my post about this giveaway (you will receive one entry)
You have until midnight on Monday, November 13 to enter. Entries from the USA only, please. I will notify the winner by email (if you left a comment) or DM/tweet on Twitter (if you retweeted). I’m new to Facebook, so if you enter through Facebook I’ll either email you (if you leave me a comment with your email address) or I’ll try to contact you through Facebook. If the winner does not respond within 7 days, I will choose another winner. Good luck! Here’s the cover copy from the book:
Lucas Davenport’s first case as a U.S. Marshal sends him into uncharted territory in the thrilling new novel in the #1 New York Times-bestselling series.
The man was smart and he didn’t mind killing people. Welcome to the big leagues, Davenport.
Thanks to some very influential people whose lives he saved, Lucas is no longer working for the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, but for the U.S. Marshals Service, and with unusual scope. He gets to pick his own cases, whatever they are, wherever they lead him.
And where they’ve led him this time is into real trouble. A Biloxi, Mississippi, drug-cartel counting house gets robbed, and suitcases full of cash disappear, leaving behind five bodies, including that of a six-year-old girl. Davenport takes the case, which quickly spirals out of control, as cartel assassins, including a torturer known as the “Queen of home-improvement tools” compete with Davenport to find the Dixie Hicks shooters who knocked over the counting house. Things get ugly real fast, and neither the cartel killers nor the holdup men give a damn about whose lives Davenport might have saved; to them, he’s just another large target.