Monday, September 2, 2013

September is for Sequels Book Hop Giveaway**Closed**


 
September is for Sequels Giveaway Hop
 
September 2nd to 9th
 
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Welcome to Mary's Cup of Tea and the September is for Sequels Giveaway Hop
 
I have two books written by Fern Michaels and they are about the Sisterhood. They are not the beginning books but somewhere in the middle and one is further on down the line. They are very good murder/mystery books about a group of women who try to solve mysteries. I will give you a brief description of each.
 
They are both hard copy books and so I can only mail in the United States. Sorry about that. Good Luck Everyone! Once you enter my giveaway, please follow the below list and enter some of the other blogger's giveaways.
 
Collateral Damage by Fern Michaels (Book 4)

 
Through all their adventures, the bond of the Sisterhood has remained steadfast and unshakeable. But for the first time, the Sisterhood verges on falling apart when the ladies have to choose between two difficult assignments. The first job guarantees a huge paycheck; the second offers a presidential pardon — and a chance to finally emerge from hiding. For the sake of their union, the gals put aside their differences and focus on a new mission.
 
A mysterious Washington, D.C. political operative needs them to track down a computer hacker who has stolen a highly classified list of fundraisers’ names. With a presidential election looming, the girls soon realize the job is a lot more dangerous than they had anticipated. Will their client come through with his promise? And can the ladies stop fighting — and stay alive — long enough to see it happen? 
 
Fast Track by Fern Michaels (Book 3) 
 
 
It’s been years since the members of the Sisterhood first banded together, with the help of their mentor Charles Martin, to exact their own form of justice on those whose crimes had gone unpunished by the legal system. Now, back in the United States after an enforced exile, and ensconced in a new home on Big Pine Mountain in North Carolina, Myra, Kathryn, Annie, Alexis, Isabelle, Yoko, and Nikki are breathing easy at last—but not for long.  One dark night, under cover of a vicious storm, a helicopter lands on their mountain. The Sisters aren’t about to wait to be ambushed. Braving the storm, they set out to greet their guests, only to be told by Charles that the mysterious visitors are the Sisterhood’s new employers, and they’ve got a dangerous new assignment in mind.

The task they face is daunting. If they succeed, the Sisterhood will be rewarded beyond their wildest dreams. If they fail, they’ll forfeit much more than a paycheck. But if the Ladies of Pinewood have learned one thing over the course of their adventures, it’s that when friends band together, miracles can happen.

33 comments:

K Sher said...

Kindle format please. Uconnhusky13@comcast.net, Kimberly Sheridan. I love murder mysteries, especially if there's a bit of paranormal thrown in

rbclibrary said...

Kindle. I love murder mysteries too. Probably my favorite genre. Beckie B. msudawgtooATcomsouthDOTnet

rbclibrary said...

Kindle. I love murder mysteries too. Probably my favorite genre. Beckie B. msudawgtooATcomsouthDOTnet

Paula L. said...

I do sometimes like murder mysteries. I am however a big Fern Michaels fan :)

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Michelle Willms said...

I LOVE mysteries. I have been reading mysteries since I was a child and discovered Encyclopedia Brown. Thank you for the opportunity to win. Michelle Willms; michelle_willms@yahoo.com.

joe hawk said...

Mystery and murder together hmmm cool kind of book.

Megan Parsons said...

Yes I love these kinds of books! makeighleekyleigh at yahoo dot com

Carol N Wong said...

I love print but kindle will work.

I love, love, love murder mysteries. And Fern Micheals is one of my favorite authors.

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Tammy Hoffa said...

I love murder mysteries!
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Kathy said...

I read just about any kind of fiction. And I also like non-fiction.

Jen S said...

I have a kindle but can read the hardcovers as well. I do like a good murder/mystery.

Kelly Hashway said...

Stopping by for the hop.

duks castro said...

Never been much of a murder/mystery fan, but I am open to trying new genres.

Thanks for the giveaway.

Duks Castro
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Nancy said...

I love murder/mystery, thanks. nanze55(at)hotmail(dot)com

hhkaufman78 said...

I do, my favorite is the IN Death series by JD Robb!

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Sherry Butcher said...

I love murder mysteries!
sherry butcher

Pam said...

I do enjoy a good murder/mystery. It's a nice change of pace from the romances I usually read.

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Meghan said...

Ooo... that I do! Thanks for the giveaway!

Lisa Mandina said...

Thanks so much for participating in my first co-hosted giveaway hop!

Eva Millien said...

Thanks for sharing the hop and the giveaway. evamillien at gmail dot com

susan1215 said...

I love mysteries

Susan Smith
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Book Attict said...

I love murder mysteries!

Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
elizabeth @ bookattict . com

Linda Kish said...

I love murder mysteries.

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Marilyn B said...

I love a good murder mystery. Thank you!

MBlevinsNC(at)gmail(dot)com

LAWonder said...

I do really enjoy murder mysteries. Thank you for the giveaway.

Amanda Rauch said...

I do like murder mysteries-also true crime books like Ann Rule.

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Teresa Thompson said...

I do like mysteries.
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Amanda Nesbit said...

I love murder mysteries! lovelybookgiraffe@gmail.com

Helen said...

I love mysteries

katja9_10 said...

Murder Mysteries are my favorite. Love hardcover books. Thanks for the giveaway.

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Marie K. said...

I love any thriller/mystery/suspense book that's set in D.C., probably why I have a crazy love for the show Scandal! I'm finishing up a great book right now that you might like called “Publics: Libertas Aut Mors” by Baltazar Bolado, http://baltazarbolado.net/; definitely worth checking out! Thanks for the post, I'll absolutely be checking these out!

Karen Arrowood said...

I do indeed love murder mysteries - they were one of my early book loves. :-)
Karen.arrowood@sbcglobal.net

James Lackie said...

These all sound like books my wife would like. Thanks for the post and suggestion from you too, Marie, she'd like that one too; just and FYI though, I was checking out the book you recommended and found that the correct title is “Publius: Libertas Aut Mors”. Thanks again.