Giveaway: Syndrome E

This giveaway has ended.  The winner will be announced shortly…

The Viking Press has provided a copy of Franck Thilliez and Mark Polizzotti’s book Syndrome E as a giveaway for The Booklover!  The classic procedural meets cutting-edge science in this international bestseller.  Syndrome E tells the story of detective Lucle Hennebelle, whose friend has developed a case of spontaneous blindness after watching an obscure film from the 1950s.  Hennebelle enlists the aid of Inspector Sharko, who has connected the film to five murders.  Soon the two find themselves in the middle of a conspiracy that crosses politics, religion, science, and art while also crossing the globe.

Now for the giveaway rules:  There are two ways to enter, first you can leave a comment on this post letting me know the name and author of your favorite thriller.  The second way to enter is by subscribing to this blog.  Current subscribers are already entered — they only need to leave a comment to get a second entry!

I will use random.org to choose one winner and will contact them by email.  It is important that you leave your email address if you leave a comment.  Note: There are a maximum of two entries per person.  The giveaway ends on Sunday, July 1st and the winners will be contacted by email on Monday, July 2nd.  This contest is open to U.S. addresses only.

Good luck!

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3 thoughts on “Giveaway: Syndrome E”

  1. My favorite legal thriller is – Presumed Innocent by Scott Turow (1987) features terrific characters, a deftly executed plot, and fascinating legal insight, making it the definitive legal thriller.

    My favorite True crime thriller is Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood (1966). The author spent months in the Midwest painstakingly retracing the steps of two young rural killers — and then wrote about it chillingly.

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