Win A Book Wednesday July 28th

It’s another Win a Book Wednesday (July 28) here at Maine Crime Writers.

Sandra Neily here:   First I need to announce Grace as the winner of my first novel, Deadly Trespass. Apologies to all jumped in promptly, hoping to win.  It took me a while to figure out I should email folks in return. I’ve given away Kindle copies to all the other entrants!)

Win More of the Maine Woods:  To win a copy of my second Mystery in Maine, Deadly Turn, just leave a comment below mentioning the title. (Sandra’s an award winning author from East Boothbay, Maine, working on her third novel, Deadly Disease.)  Deadly Turn is reviewed as:

“What a whopping good read! Gripping as Agatha Christie, evocative as Aldo Leopold, and in the end as satisfying as a Brother Cadfael mystery. The book drew me into the Maine woods, reawakening memories of the thrill as well as the peace of being fully immersed in a forest or a river.”

“Ms. Neily has done it again! She has produced another fast-moving mystery grounded in the both gritty and endearing truths of human behavior, based in the northwoods setting she clearly knows so well, starring her gutsy, no-frills protagonist, Cassandra Patton Conover and her canine sidekick Pock!  …  Loved every minute of it! Count me as another reader asking, ‘when is the next one com

About Sandra Neily

Sandy’s novel “Deadly Trespass” received a Mystery Writers of America award, was named a national finalist in the Women’s Fiction Writers Association “Rising Star” contest, a finalist in the Mslexia international novel competition, a runner- up in Maine’s Joy of the Pen competition, and recently, an international SPR fiction finalist. Sandy lives in the woods of Maine and says she’d rather be “fly fishing cold streams, skiing remote trails, paddling near loons, or just generally out there—unless I’m sharing vanishing worlds with my readers. "
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  1. Helen White says:

    Deadly Turn.

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