#Exclusive #Giveaway Dead Lands by @LloydOtisWriter #SignedCopy #BookyPen @urbanepub @urbanebooks

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Dead Lands by Lloyd Otis
Synopsis:

The stunning debut from thriller writer Lloyd Otis. When a woman’s body is found a special team is called in to investigate and prime suspect Alex Troy is arrested for the murder. Desperate to remain a free man, Troy protests his innocence, but refuses to use his alibi. Trying to protect the woman he loves becomes a dangerous game – questions are asked and suspicions deepen. When the prime suspect completes a daring escape from custody, DI Breck and DS Kearns begin the hunt. Breck wants out of the force while Kearns has her own agenda and seeks revenge – and a right-wing march provides an explosive backdrop to their hunt for Troy. Lloyd Otis brings a startling account of the past back to life over a burgeoning ’70s landscape, and delivers a thrilling piece of crime fiction that will excite any fan of the genre.

#Giveaway: 

To be in with a chance of winning the signed copy of Dead Lands (& the booky pen! love a booky pen). Just comment ONE answer of the following questions. Comment on either the blog post, pinned Tweet or original Facebbook post at Anne Bonny Book Reviews.
What I want to know is…………
What decade is Dead Lands set in?
What UK city?
What is the protagonist police officers name?
You only have to answer one question correctly to be in with a chance of winning!
Dead Lands fans are free to answer all 3, if they like!
Each entry will receive a number and one of my kids shall pick at random!
Good luck! 

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Lloyd Otis
Author bio:
Lloyd was born in London and attained a BA (Hons) in Media and Communication. After gaining several years of valuable experience within the finance and digital sectors, he completed a course in journalism. Lloyd has interviewed a host of bestselling authors, such as Mark Billingham, Hugh Howey, Kerry Hudson, and Lawrence Block. Two of his short stories were selected for publication in the ‘Out of My Window’ anthology, and he currently works as an Editor.
Authors links:
Web: http://www.lloydotis.com/
Via Urbane: http://urbanepublications.com/book_author/lloyd-otis/
Twitter: @LloydOtisWriter
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LloydOtisWriter

#Exclusive #Weekend #Giveaway #SignedCopy of #Nemesister by @SophieJonasHill @urbanepub

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Nemesister by Sophie Jonas-Hill

Synopsis:

An American Gothic thriller of deception and obsession, slicked in sweat and set in the swamps of Louisiana.

It’s a psychological mystery where the female protagonist stumbles into a deserted shack with no memory but a gun in her hand. There she meets an apparent stranger, Red, and the two find themselves isolated and under attack from unseen assailants.

Barricaded inside for a sweltering night, cabin fever sets in and brings her flashes of insight which might be memory or vision as the swamp sighs and moans around her.

Exploring in the dark she finds hidden keys that seem to reveal her identity and that of her mysterious host, but which are the more dangerous – the lies he’s told her, or the ones she’s told herself?

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Sophie Jonas-Hill
Author bio:

I’ve always written and told stories, for as long as I can remember. My first self published work at the age of seven, fully illustrated in felt pen and crayon. I continued with a series of insightful ‘When I grow up I want to be an author’, essays, and an attempt at a ‘Bonk-buster’ series of supernatural thrillers written from a position of utter ignorance on all topics, until I was distracted by Art college. A never ending, or never finished, fantasy epic kept me going through my twenties, but it was motherhood in my thirties which concentrated my mind enough to actually finish a novel. It’s amazing what a bit of life experience and the sudden curtailing of your free time can do to concentrate the mind.

After that I began giving myself permission to take my writing seriously enough to spend time on it and actually listen to critiques. The writing festival in York proved invaluable, and time and disappointment got me to the point of producing something readable, which I was lucky enough to have read by Urbane publications.

If you make or write anything, the number one question you get asked is ‘where do you get your ideas from?’ In answer to that question, it’s an easy process which combines working on your craft every hour you can for as long as possible – hard graft – reading as much as you can of everyone else’s work – stealing – and inspiration, which is just one of those things that just happens. The inspiration for ‘Nemesister’ comes from a dark episode of family history, and a moment from a dream; an image of a man standing in the doorway of what I knew was an abandoned shack, which was gone as soon as it came and yet lingered, the way some dreams do.

*** To enter the #Giveaway simply leave the comment #Nemesister on the blog post or the Facebook post on the page Anne Bonny Book Reviews or comment on the Pinned Tweet @annebonnybook *** Open internationally!
Good luck #Nemesister 🙂

I shall announce the winner Monday morning.
Have a fabulous weekend bookworms!

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