Aaand it’s time for another contest to celebrate my newest release, a historical mystery titled Accomplished In Murder!
* The prize? A free electronic copy of my new book and a $15 gift certificate to DecalGirl, the awesome online shop offering a huge variety of removable vinyl skins for cell phones, ereaders, tablets, ipods, laptops, netbooks, gaming devices, media players and more. You name it, DecalGirl can skin it.
* The rules? I’m going to keep it simple. Just drop a comment, any comment, including your email address (so I can contact the winner) and the name “Sherlock Holmes” at the end of this post. Bonus points if you agree Jeremy Brett is the real Sherlock. Just kidding on that last part. Sorta.
Seriously, you can say “Sherlock rules and Miss Marple drools”, “Sherlock iz hawt”, or even just the single word, ”Sherlock”. I’ll take whatever I can get. On April 20th I’ll randomly select a winner from the comments section and contact them.
The catch? Before you can comment and be entered to win you’re going to have to read — or at least skim past — a brief introduction to my new release. (C’mon you knew there was gonna be something like that, right?)
And we’re off!
Accomplished in Murder
Murder was never so refined…
When her holiday on the coast of Cornwall takes a deadly turn, it is up to Drucilla Winterbourne to uncover the dangerous secrets the inhabitants of BlackRidge House will do anything to conceal. But can a proper young lady from London society comprehend the dark motives of a killer?
Accomplished In Murder is the first in a series of historical mystery novellas featuring intrepid Victorian heroines up to their bustles in crime. These works are only loosely connected and can be read in any order.