Win a copy of Like This, For Ever by Sharon Bolton

Like This, For Ever blog tourRegular readers of the blog might remember my (rather lengthy and over-enthusiastic) reviews of Sharon Bolton’s books – Now You See Me, If Snow Hadn’t Fallen, Dead Scared and Like This, For Ever – and the fact that Sharon has been one of my favourite crime writers ever since I read the first book in the Lacey Flint series.

To celebrate the paperback publication of Sharon’s latest novel, Like This, For Ever, I have 3 shiny new copies to give away to 3 lucky readers courtesy of the lovely people at Transworld Books. To enter simply fill in the giveaway form below. As easy as that.

The giveaway is open internationally and the three winners will be selected at random on 19 November. All winners will be notified via email. Good luck, guys! And don’t forget to follow the Like This, For Ever blog tour this week – click on the poster for more details.

 

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34 Responses to “Win a copy of Like This, For Ever by Sharon Bolton”

  1. Geraldine Lloyd-Jones says:

    Good luck everyone! :-D

  2. Mirjam says:

    I would like to read more books in this genre, but of the ones I’ve read I like C.S. Harris, Carol O’Connell, Savita Kalhan and Rob Thurman (All Seeing Eye). :)

  3. Leah says:

    I’m not big on the Crime front but trying to get into it! Gone Girl definitely blew me away though. (Gillian Flynn).

    Thanks for this, Vicky! xx
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    • Vicky says:

      I really need to pick that one up! I’ve heard so many great things about it. :) And do check out Sharon’s books if you want to read more crime, they’re great! x

  4. I don’t read too many crime novels but I adore Agatha Christie. I am half way to creating my own collection of her works!

    Thanks for the giveaway!
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  5. I like so many…

    Recently I read Under a Silent Moon by Elizabeth Haynes and it blew me away. We got to see lots of reports through the story, so it was like seeing through the eyes of a police intelligence analyst (which Elizabeth Haynes used to be). I found this very exciting because you could interpret the evidence alongside the police officers in the book. A must read! :)

    Thanks for the comp – I would love to read this one!
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  6. Antara says:

    Hmm… off the top of my head? Agatha Christie & Gillian Flynn and Chris Carter (which I picked because of your reviews, thanks!)

    • Vicky says:

      Ha! I was just about to do a happy dance and shout ‘YES! a fellow Chris Carter fan!’ when I read the last bit – although it’s just as flattering, thank you so much! I’m glad you found a new favourite. And I definitely agree about Christie, she’s brilliant.

  7. Marjorie says:

    I like Joy Fielding, Chevy Stevens, Wendy Corsi Stuab and Erica Spindler. I have enjoyed all of their books.

  8. Annie Curtis says:

    I have not read any Bolton yet, but am intrigued and will be looking into her work for my teen collection! Thank you so much for sharing!

  9. Katherine says:

    Thank you for the wonderful giveaway. Sharon Bolton books are on my must read list.

  10. Judith Allen says:

    I’ve Rankin’s latest on the go at the moment, Saints of the Shadow Bible, feels good to be reading a favourite author. I like to read things a bit different too, you know, just for a change, and can recommend The Devil in the Marshalsea by Antonia Hodgson. Still a mystery, but historical, set in a debtors prison in 1723. It’s out in March next year, I was lucky enough to win an advance copy.

  11. erinf1 says:

    thanks for the fabulous post and giveaway! Definitely got to check out this author! Some of my favs are Meg Gardiner, Jeffery Deaver, Lisa Gardner.

  12. I’ve read only “If Snow Hadn’t Fallen” and I really enjoyed it. Thank you for this fabulous giveaway. *fingers crossed*
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  13. Definitely my favourite writer is Agatha Christie. The last crime book that I read was ‘The Phantom” by Jo Nesbo. Great thriller.
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  14. On my list are Tana French, Gillian Flynn, Karen Slaughter, Lisa Unger, and the late Stieg Larsson.
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  15. Mary Ann Woods says:

    I love Jonathan Kellerman and Robert B. Parker. I can’t leave Agatha Christie out, either!

  16. Fee says:

    I love Karen Slaughter, and Michael Connolly Bosh series.
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  17. Cathy says:

    You HAVE to read Gone Girl, such an awesome book! Haven’t read anything by this author but will add this to my (rather long!) list of ‘to read’ :)

    Cathy x
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  18. Anita Yancey says:

    Some of my favorites are Tami Hoag, Linda Howard, Alex Kava, Tess Gerritsen, Lisa Jackson, Karen Rose and so many more. Criminal by Karen Slaughter is a great book.

  19. Bex Smith says:

    Agatha Christie, no doubt about it.
    Watching the last ever Poirot episode tonight *sob*
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  20. David Fallen says:

    Woohoo! Thanks for the giveaway :)

  21. katrina day-reilly says:

    shirley wells

  22. Caroline says:

    I would love to win this – have been a fan of Lacey Flint since reading the first one on your recommendation and am totally hooked!
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  23. Carol M says:

    I enjoy books by Joseph Finder, Louise Penny, Jackqueline Winspear, Michael Connelly and so many more that it’s hard to list them all!

  24. I picked up my first Sharon Bolton book this week, I’m loving it so far.

    I’d recommend Tim Weaver, James Oswald and Kate Ellis as crime authors to read. They’re all quite different, but I love them all.

    Valerie Laws is also pretty good, her descriptions are so vivid. Plus, she’s local to me and local authors are always supported by me.
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    • Vicky says:

      Oh, which one? :) I just got a copy of Sacrifice so I’ll be reading that one next!

      Thanks so much for the suggestions, by the way – I’m always on the lookout for new crime novels to read so I’ll definitely check these authors out.

  25. Emma Howard says:

    I love Tania Carver’s books

  26. I don’t read crime fiction that much, because I’m still on a search for the writers I like, so that’s why I’m entering the giveaway :) Thanks for this opportunity!
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  27. Ioana says:

    Well,one pshychological crime novel which kept me on tenterhooks was Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn. I also enjoyed The girl with the dragon tattoo and every book I’ve read by Agatha Christie.

  28. Joye says:

    I like reading Linda Castillo and Randy Wayne White books.

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