Friday, November 20, 2015

Linwood Barclay Broken Promise Contest! is hosting for Linwood Barclay's BROKEN PROMISE. 

In short, 23 people will win a personalized signed copy of BROKEN PROMISE to give as a gift this holiday season. The contest is only open to US residents through December 7th at Noon ET. Complete details and the entry form can be found at:

 Linwood Barclay Contest

What Friend or Relative Would You Like to Thrill with a Personalized Signed Copy of Linwood Barclay’s BROKEN PROMISE This Holiday Season?

Here’s an opportunity to win a personalized signed copy of BROKEN PROMISE for someone on your holiday list. And, ahem, this is not a “To Me/From Me” gift! The purpose is for you to give this book to a thriller reader. Barclay is hailed as “a suspense master” by Stephen King, and the writing in BROKEN PROMISE, the first book in the Promise Falls trilogy, lives up to that description. This fast-paced series is also on a fast publication schedule. The second book, FAR FROM TRUE, will be in stores on March 22, 2016. The third book, THE TWENTY THREE, will be out on November 16, 2016.

We have 23 prizes to give away. Why 23?

23 is the number that keeps resurfacing in the series of strange events in Promise Falls that runs through the books and will be revealed in THE TWENTY THREE. So, tell us below who you would like to nominate to win by Monday, December 7th at noon ET. Note: You can share a personalized greeting to include or leave it to Linwood to inscribe the book. We will wrap up the book with a gift tag for you and send it to the recipient who you select! What could be more fun?

More about BROKEN PROMISE (NAL, July 2015):

After his wife’s death and the collapse of his newspaper, David Harwood has no choice but to uproot his nine-year-old son and move back into his childhood home in Promise Falls, New York. David believes his life is in free fall, and he can’t find a way to stop his descent. Then he comes across a family secret of epic proportions that will affect not only his family, but also the entire town.