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Giveaway: The Secrets of Newberry by Victor McGlothin...

June 4, 2010
Today, I have for you... three copies of Victor McGlothin's The Secrets of Newberry... Thank you, Hachette Book Group!

About the book:
For Ivory Bones Arcineaux and Julian Bynote, life in 1950s New Orleans couldn't be sweeter. Friends since they met in an illegal gambling house in Newberry, Louisiana, they have their pick of all the fine women, good food, and hot nights they can handle. They seem to have it made--especially Julian who begins to make a new life for himself after meeting the beautiful, classy Magnolia Garbo at a social. But both men are about to find out that letting the good times roll can be deadly when a simple robbery goes wrong and Julian witnesses Bones murdering a man in cold blood. The victim was a white city councilman with all the right connections-and if the two are discovered, it will mean the end to everything they've built together. With the New Orleans police hot on their trail, Julian must decide whether rolling in the fast lane is worth losing his freedom and his life.

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Check out an excerpt:

This giveaway is open to residents of the US and Canada only, no PO Boxes, please! To enter, comment and tell me something about the Big Easy... One entry per person, and the giveaway ends 6:00 pm CST June 17th!

Or, you can purchase at IndieBound and Amazon, but be aware that this book's release date is June 21st...


SandyG265 said...

I've never been to New Orleans but to me it'll always be associated with Interview With The Vampire.

traveler said...

Thanks for this giveaway. The wonderful beignets. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

Debbie F said...

I've never been to New Orleans but I have heard wonderful things about it and the jazz music, and the food, etc. Maybe one day I'll make it down there.

thanks for the giveway - sounds like a great read.

dcf_beth at verizon dot net

holdenj said...

I've never been to New Orleans either, but I always think of the spooky, above ground tombs in their cemetaries when NO comes to mind. Thanks for the chance to win.

Colleen Turner said...

I have never been to New Orleans either, but when I think of it I think of parties, fun, voodoo and mysteries! I also think of steamy weather and strange happenings in the night. Don't forget the yummy food!!!!

rubynreba said...

When I think of New Orleans I think of the hurricane that destroyed so much. I have never been there but would like to visit sometime.

Sandee61 said...

I've been to Louisiana several times, and have many fond memories of the people (very friendly), the food (OMG), and just an all-around great place! Try the Shrimp Gumbo, or red beans and rice...really good!
I'd love to read this book, please enter me in your giveaway.
Thank you!



debbie said...

I have never been there, but chef paul prudhomme has a restaurant there.He is one of my favorite cooks. I believe he is from New Orleans.

Anonymous said...

New Orleans was the spot that my husband and I snuck away to when our daughter was younger. It's not that far from Texas and it is great fun. The food (truly the best and I'm not kidding), a great aquarium, Jackson Square, many, many fun times. Really, really romantic.


Cheryl said...

I would like to enter
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angie said...

I've never been but I hear that it is a lot of fun! Hopefully someday I will make it there:)
Thanks for the giveaway!

Martha Lawson said...

Unfortunately, I have never been to New Orleans! I want to go and see Bourbon St., the cemetaries, just everything! It would be my dream vacation!! I love reading books set in or around New Orleans. I'd love to win this one.

I follow on gfc

mlawson17 at hotmail dot com

ossmcalc said...

We drove through New Orleans on our way to an International Lions Club Convention in Miami when I was in junior high school. My oldest brother got selected to be an extra in a movie that was being filmed that day. So we got to spend some more time sightseeing while he was being filmed. It is a wonderful place to visit, and I hope to go back some day.

Sandra K321 said...

The Big Easy is a great place to visit, a great place to have fun, and a great place to eat!

Anonymous said...

They have some of the most beautiful cemeteries! Such gorgeous tombs.


Ally said...

The total miles of canals (above and below ground) in New Orleans exceed that of Venice in Italy.

allygotts567 at hotmail dot com

Margie said...

We have visited New Orleans...and always enjoy the jazz and the wonderful food. The seafood is fantastic.
mtakala1 AT yahoo DOT com

skkorman said...

I went to Mardi Gras in 1976 and had an amazing time: New Orleans is great music, amazing beignets and chicory coffee, fantastic people, and a resilient spirit!

skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net

Sarah E said...

I've never visited New Orleans, but I would love to see the historic southern mansions in the Garden District.

Please enter me in this giveaway!

saemmerson at yahoo dot com

Sarah E

homes for sale in london said...

I love to read and would be happy to try this book. It sounds really interesting.

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