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Sunday, April 29, 2012

Giveaway of The Deathly Portent by Elizabeth Bailey

I noticed this evening that I forgot to post the giveaway for The Deathly Portent by Elizabeth Bailey when her guest post ran earlier this week.  Ooops!  So, better late than never!

I have one copy of The Deathly Portent by Elizabeth Bailey - book 2 in the Lady Fan mystery series!  Open to the USA and Canada.  Last day to enter is May 19, 2012.  Enter below by filling out the form.  Notice that there is +1 entry for visiting and commenting on her guest post.  If you already left a comment please just indicate that in the form.

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  1. Would Love to read this. Book.

  2. This looks like a good book to me. Thank you for the chance to win.

    griperang at embarqmail dot com

    I forgot to leave the link for my google + https://plus.google.com/115100497418423360820#115100497418423360820/posts

  3. Heather -

    I can't wait to read The Deathly Portent. I love reading books set in the Regency period and find it ironic that after all these years that we can't refrain from smoking tobacco even though today we know it's addictive!

    Ironically one of the first enterprises in the New World was growing tobacco in Jamestown, Virginia and sending it back to England.


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