Monday, April 25, 2016

Giveaway - The Colour of Poison by Toni Mount

This giveaway has now ended and the winner has been notified. Thanks to everyone who has entered!

Author Toni Mount is giving away a copy of her book, The Colour of Poison


The narrow, stinking streets of medieval London can sometimes be a dark
place. Burglary, arson, kidnapping and murder are every-day events. The
streets even echo with rumours of the mysterious art of alchemy being
used to make gold for the King.
Join Seb, a talented but crippled artist, as he is drawn into a web of
lies to save his handsome brother from the hangman's rope. Will he find
an inner strength in these, the darkest of times, or will events outside
his control overwhelm him? Only one thing is certain - if Seb can't save his brother, nobody can.

To enter the draw, which closes on 1st May 2016, leave a comment and contact details below:

15 comments:

  1. This sounds great! I'm at @crimeworm1 on Twitter.

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  2. Just love medieval mysteries! luvs2mini@hotmail.com

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  4. Sounds fascinating, and I love anything to do with old London: 23lochalsh@gmail.com

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  5. I agree, sounds exciting too.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  6. Sounds very entertaining, count me in. rmpbook@aol.com

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  7. Have not come across this author before - love medieval mysteries - added it to my wish list

    meikleblog at gmail dot com

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  8. Love medieval set stories and cut my reader teeth on mysteries!

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  9. Oh and my email: regan.walker123@gmail.com

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  10. OOOh, that intro has me hooked! Love a good mystery set amongst the cloistered alleyways of London. :)
    gryffiyn@gmail.com

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  11. The book seems really interesting! Fingers crossed! :)

    elizapol AT hotmail DOT com

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  12. I'd love to win this - looks a great story, and well-researched. Nicola dot moxey at bt dot com

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  13. Looks fascinating! Nicola . moxey at bt . com

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  14. What opportunities for sensory experience

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  15. I love medieval mysteries, and this looks like a good one!

    Esther Sorkin esorkin@ecologyfund.net

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