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#ArmchairBEA Twitter Party Giveaway

To celebrate the ArmchairBEA Twitter Party tonight, Long Tale Press is giving away a free ePUB eBook of Nathan Everett’s For Blood or Money to every #ArmchairBEA participant who requests it, and to my Live Journal friends! The ePUB is non-DRM locked, so it can be read on any conforming eBook reader, including Nook, Sony, Adobe Digital Editions, and iPADs with an ePUB reader. Sadly, ePUB does not play natively on Kindle (though you can buy the Kindle version through Amazon).

Details:

  • To claim the prize, entrants must email Nathan Everett at wayzgoose@comcast.net.
  • The Subject Line should read: #ArmchairBEA Blood or Money Giveaway
  • I will fulfill the request by return email with the ebook attached.
  • Giveaway begins at 5:00 p.m. PDT Thursday 5/26 and  ends at 11:59 p.m. PDT Friday 5/27. Then this post will be replaced with a thank you.

It’s really that simple.

About For Blood or Money by Nathan Everett: (Read the First Pages on Amazon.com)

You’re a hard-boiled detective with all the trimmings. You’ve got the Seattle Waterfront office, the sexy young assistant who adores you, and an attitude to match the constant gray drizzle outside your window.

Into your office blows this high-society dame boo-hooing about her missing husband and how he always said that if anything happened to him she should come to you, Dag Hamar. Only problem is, you’re a middle-aged computer geek who doesn’t do missing persons. The doc has told you to stay close to home while you wait for a replacement for your failing ticker. And the only clue the dame brought you was the missing man’s laptop.

Did I mention the dame is your ex-wife and the missing man is the former best friend she ran off with twenty years ago? You can’t wait to get your hands on that computer!

Enter the world of Dag Hamar and Deb Riley, computer forensics detectives who find out hidden files and computer code can be as dangerous as dark alleys and flying bullets as they enter the high-stakes game of Seattle’s business world to trace a missing friend and the billion-dollar fortune that disappeared with him.

For Blood or Money is published by Long Tale Press, 2009, newly released in paperback. Adult Noir Detective Mystery.

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