Monday, May 31, 2010

Cop some Kiwi crime fiction

The third giveaway at Craig Sisterson's Crime Watch blog offers a chance to win Alix Bosco's Cut & Run, a debut thriller on its way to becoming a television mini-series. (Read the first chapter here. The opening line is a grabber.)

Read what Craig has to say about Alix Bosco here, and enter the contest here.

© Peter Rozovsky 2010

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Blogger Kiwicraig said...

PS Entries open worldwide - for anyone interested in trying some 'Kimi' crime fiction. ;-)

I believe you already have a copy of this yourself Pete (or it is on the way) - I will be interested to hear what you think of it.

And by the way, the M and W keys aren't even that close together on the keyboard. Haha (I've been prone to the odd typo or two in my time too).

May 31, 2010  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

That one should type m for w is an interesting lesson in the visual psychology of typing. I'm sorry I made the slip (since corrected), but thanks for pointing it out.

And thanks, too, for emphasizing that you (or a publisher or publicist) will pay postage. This is a good chance for readers to familiarize themselves with New Zealand crime fiction.

May 31, 2010  
Blogger Kiwicraig said...

It will be me paying for postage, but the publisher did give me the book, so can't complain. In future I should probably just get the publisher to send it, but oh well.

I wasn't sure if it was you or me (in my email) who'd made the M/W slip, so was laughing light-heartedly either way. I've certainly had enough similar typos, with the amount of writing I do.

Have you got your set of Kiwi crime novels (including this one) yet? They should arrive very soon, if they haven't already made it to Philadelphia.

Hopefully some DBB readers will head along and enter the competition. Bosco's book is available in the US via Amazon (which is a step in the right direction), but not at a particularly competitive price - as is Trade Paperback rather than paperback...

May 31, 2010  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

Have you got your set of Kiwi crime novels (including this one) yet?

The answers to this and other exciting questions will come in a few hours or possibly tomorrow.

May 31, 2010  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

Craig: The novels have arrived. Thanks.

June 03, 2010  

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