Sunday, February 6, 2011

Weekly Giveaway: Fatal Gamble and Deadly Codes by J.P. O'Donnell

Fatal Gamble: A NovelDeadly Codes
In my first year of blogging an author by the name of J.P. O'Donnell emailed me about reviewing his books which were a series focused on the Private Investigator named Daniel Cormac Gallagher.  I agreed and read the Fatal Gamble and was blown away.  Then I read Deadly Codes and loved it as well.  Now I hound him to put out more Gallagher books.  It turns out he has been busy on another front though.  He spent some time in the last year working with a screen writer to develop the screen play for Deadly Codes.  The screen play is was shopped around and it has found a home and will be going into production sometime in the future so I get to see one of my favorite books from last year turned into a movie.

Yesterday I had the chance to read the screen play - and though it is different from the book in some ways (as is usually the case) I think it truly captures the essence of the book and especially the main character of Gallagher and I look forward to seeing Deadly Codes made into a movie.  I think the screen writer and J.P. O'Donnell did a great job with the screen play

In honor of this milestone, the author, J.P. O'Donnell is offering a set of his books, Fatal Gamble and Deadly Codes to one of my readers.  If you like mysteries with a focus on the characters then these are the books for you.  The mystery is important, but he interplay between the characters is what really makes these books.  Well-written and thought out I enjoyed both books from the start to the end and I enjoyed the screen play as well.

So simply fill out the form to enter (if you can't see the form go here).  US/Canada only.  Giveaway runs through next Saturday 2/12.

Good luck and check out my reviews here:

Fatal Gamble
Deadly Codes

Winner: Little Princes by Conor Grennan

My winner of the hardcover copy of this wonderful book, Little Princes by Conor Grennan is:

Click on her name and make sure you check out her blog.
The winner has been notified and has 72-hours to respond or I will draw a new name.
Thank you to all who entered and if you get a chance to read this one I highly recommend you do.