Monday, June 15, 2009

London and a Father's Day contest!

Tomorrow morning I leave for London--part vacation and part business--as THE STOLEN comes out in the UK on June 19th--the same day the mass market edition of KILLER YEAR hits UK shelves. Buy THE STOLEN here, and KILLER YEAR here. Posts will likely be limited over the next week or so, but hopefully I'll have some good pictures to share. In the meantime, we're going to have a little fun...

In celebration of Father's Day, I'll be giving away signed copies of the first three Henry Parker novels. You can enter three ways:

--Leave a comment on this blog
--Email me at jason@jasonpinter.com (please type 'Contest' in the subject line)
--Send me an @ reply on Twitter (twitter.com/jasonpinter)

One lucky winner will be chosen on Friday, and they'll receive signed copies of THE MARK, THE GUILTY and THE STOLEN to give to a Father of their choice.

Let the festivities begin!

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7 Comments:

Blogger Ron Phillips said...

I'll double up my chances by commenting here. I would love to get some Henry Parker novels. I think my daughter would agree I'm the best dad evar. ;)

10:23 AM  
Blogger Krissy said...

I can't think of a better present for my dad! He is a big reader of mystery/thriller books.

10:49 AM  
Anonymous Cym Lowell said...

Thanks for this great contest! Happy Travels-

-CYM

12:47 PM  
Blogger Elizabeth Spann Craig said...

Sounds like a great gift. Count me in...

Elizabeth
Mystery Writing is Murder

9:41 PM  
Blogger Sam said...

I really wanted to commend you on your last post, but if there's a free book involved, I'm posting here.

The fact that the author of the Esquire piece felt that he had to 'stoop' to reading commercial fiction shows you exactly why his opinion on the subject doesn't matter. Thomas Harris, James Ellroy, and a host of others write both "commercial" and "genre" fiction and are never insipid or insincere. Michael Chabon has a great article on the importance of genre writing (it might be in Maps and Legends, his nonfiction collection).

I'd expect a better-conceived survey of commercial fiction from Maxim, let alone Esquire.

10:12 PM  
Blogger Daryl said...

Hope you have a great time in London, Jason.

I was in WH Smith at Paddington rail station yesterday and saw the paperback of "Stolen" already on the shelves!!

And I DO like the cover!

6:00 AM  
Anonymous Amanda said...

Please enter me! My family's been going through a rough time recently with an illness, and this would be such a nice surprise!
thanks,
Amanda
catss99@yahoo.com

3:57 AM  

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