When I go on a summer vacation, I love to have a page-turner on hand. I want something that will hold my attention—that will be engrossing whether I’m sitting in front of loud TV at an airport terminal or surrounded by splashing kids at the pool. I want something suspenseful!
This week’s Monday contest features five suspense superstars that are sure to add some thrills and chills to your summer reading list.
Dublin Dead by Irish author Gerard O’Donovan is about National Drugs Unit cop Mike Mulcahy and his sidekick, reporter Siobhan Fallon. Harbor Nocturne is the latest installment in Joseph Wambaugh’s Hollywood Division series, featuring the usual zany cast of characters. Nicci French’s Blue Monday is the first in a new series featuring loner psychotherapist Frieda Klein. Born to Darkness, the first book in a new paranormal romantic suspense series from Suzanne Brockmann; it was the Top Pick in Romance in our April issue. Beautiful Sacrifice by Elizabeth Lowell is a romantic suspense novel starring archaeologist Lina Taylor and former customs enforcement officer Hunter Johnston. It comes out next week and is Top Pick in Romance in our June issue.
TO ENTER: Comment on this post with the title of your favorite suspense novel.
CONTEST DETAILS: One winner will be chosen by random.org from among entries received by 5 pm CST on Friday, May 18. The winner will receive the five books listed above. Prize must be shipped to a North American address, and Rhode Island residents are not eligible. (Full contest rules here.) Good luck!
ETA: Congratulations to our winner, R. Erickson, who says that Harlan Coben‘s Tell No One “keeps [them] up at night.”
Thank you to all who entered! Contest is now closed.