Remember that nice British chap we had on the blog a few weeks ago? Well, he has a brand new book out, and if you’re new to his work, this might be the perfect chance to jump in. THE BUTTON MAN, you see, is a prequel. Boom.
THE BUTTON MAN: In this prequel to The Bookseller, former FBI profiler Hugo Marston has just become head of security at the US Embassy in London. He’s asked to protect a famous movie-star couple, Dayton Harper and Ginny Ferro, who, while filming a movie in rural England, killed a local man in a hit and run.
So, hashtag free hashtag book. Who wants an advanced reader copy of THE BUTTON MAN by Charming Mark Pryor?
Comment here with your favorite mystery to win! (Comments are moderated, so give your comment a bit of time to post.) Winner will be chosen on FRIDAY, September 12.
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Pick me! Pick me!
We are supposed to answer The Black Hour, right?
I’m not sure I can narrow down my favorites outside of The Black Hour, let’s go with the Armand Gamache series by Louise Penny.
You don’t need to say The Black Hour, but I appreciate that you did!
This looks great! I cannot choose a favorite mystery overall, but my most beloved writer is Mary Stewart, who is more of the romantic suspense genre. I guess I’ll say her novel THIS ROUGH MAGIC is my all-time fave. (But ask me again tomorrow, and the answer might be different). 🙂
I haven’t read her! See, now my to-be-read pile is getting higher, too.
I’m not a big mystery reader (besides books written by a great author named Lori Rader-Day) so I’m going to pull from my archives and say All Around Town by Mary Higgens Clark 🙂
Well, The Black Hour, of course, but in second place, I’ll say Maisie Dobbs. The setting, her character, and the people she surrounds herself with–I just melt.