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[CLOSED] GIVEAWAY: Win Four Spooky and Sinister Mysteries and Thrillers!

Get in the Halloween spirit with a new murder mystery collection, a horror-tinged crime thriller, and more.

Note: This giveaway has ended.

From pumpkin carving and corn maze-trekking to haunted house-visiting, fall festivities are in full swing. The spookiest time of year has officially arrived, and what better way to embrace the growing chill in the air than by cozying up with a new mystery or thriller? 

Just in time for Halloween, we’re giving away a spine-tingling bundle of sinister mysteries and thrillers that will make your blood run cold. With a YA murder mystery anthology, a scary serial killer crime thriller, a gripping historical thriller set in 1920s Germany, and a new collection of haunting Agatha Christie short stories featuring a supernatural tale never before published in the U.S., there’s truly something for everyone in this October bundle. Read more about the books below, and enter our giveaway now for your chance to win!

About the Books

Buy The Last Séance at Amazon

The Last Séance

By Agatha Christie

For lovers of the supernatural and the macabre comes this collection of ghostly and chilling stories from legendary mystery writer Agatha Christie. Fantastic psychic visions, specters looming in the shadows, encounters with deities, a man who switches bodies with a cat—be sure to keep the light on whilst reading these tales.

The Last Séance gathers twenty stories, some featuring Christie’s beloved detectives Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple, in one haunting compendium that explores all things occult and paranormal, and is an essential omnibus for Christie fans.

The Last Séance

By Agatha Christie

Buy Life Is Short and Then You Die at Amazon

Life Is Short and Then You Die

By Kelley Armstrong

Adolescence is a time of “firsts.” First kiss. First love. First loss. First job. The first taste of adult responsibilities, and the first look at an independent life away from both the restrictions and the security of home.

And in this case, a very different type of “first”: murder.

This short story collection of murder mysteries adds a sinister spin to the joy and pain of firsts that have always been a major part of life, whether it be high school cliques who take the term “backstabbing” too seriously, stumbling upon a body on the way home from school, or receiving a Snapchat message that promises something deadly.

Life Is Short and Then You Die

By Kelley Armstrong

Buy The Art of Dying at Amazon

The Art of Dying

By Derik Cavignano

When the bizarre death of a mob foot soldier sparks an escalating war between Boston’s Irish and Italian mafia, Detective Ray Hanley’s relentless search for the truth uncovers evidence of a serial killer obsessed with the art of human suffering. As the body count rises, Detective Hanley must navigate a minefield of crime families, dirty politicians, and crooked cops, while matching wits with a deranged serial killer. But temptation, betrayal, and death threaten to derail the investigation…and justice doesn’t come without a price.

The Art of Dying

By Derik Cavignano

Buy The Good Cop at Amazon

The Good Cop

By Peter Steiner

Munich, 1920. Detective Willi Geismeier has a problem: how do you uphold the law when the law goes bad? The First World War has been lost and Germany is in turmoil. The new government in Berlin is weak. The police and courts are corrupt. Fascists and Communists are fighting in the streets. People want a savior, someone who can make Germany great again. To many, Adolf Hitler seems perfect for the job.

When the offices of a Munich newspaper are bombed, Willi Geismeier investigates, but as it gets political, he is taken off the case. Willi continues to ask questions, but when his pursuit of the truth itself becomes a crime, his career—and his life—are in grave danger.

The Good Cop

By Peter Steiner

Featured photo: Greg Shield / Unsplash 

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Note: The sweepstakes is open to all legal residents of the 50 United States and Washington, DC who are 18 years of age and older by October 11, 2019.

Published on 10 May 2019

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