::Literate Blather::
Saturday, November 29, 2008
Michael Connelly Book Winners Announced!

Did You Win "The Brass Verdict" and "The Lincoln Lawyer"?

Michael Connelly is one of those crime writers that consistently hits doubles, triples, and homeruns. His Harry Bosch novels are among the best crime novels in the business. That's why he's won just about every crime writing prize there is to win, including the Edgar Award and the Shamus Award.

We can honestly say that we've never finished one of Connelly's books and been disappointed. That's high praise for a popular mainstream novelist that seems to crank out two books every year. Not only are Connelly's books tightly plotted (with great surprise endings), but they're well-written and feature compelling characters.

Connelly has started a new series character, Mickey
Haller, an attorney and a half-brother to Bosch. Hachette Books, Connelly's publisher, has asked DaRK PaRTY to help spread the word about Mickey Haller.

So we gave away "The Lincoln Lawyer" and the brand-new "The Brass Verdict" to a pair of lucky readers. The winners are:

  • Scott from Foxboro, Massachusetts (Scott's favorite Connelly book is "Concrete Blond")
  • John from Fairview Park, Ohio (John's favorite is "Lost Light")

There were more than a dozen entries -- and we thank everyone for entering. Stay tuned for more book giveaways this month.

Good luck and congratulations to Scott and John. Hachette Books will be mailing copies to you shortly.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...
Whenever I think of Michael Connelly I always think of The Poet, the first book I read by him.

Blogger GFS3 said...
Hey SillyBilly:
Don't forget to send an email to darkpartyreview(AT)gmail(DOT)com.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
No one is better than Michael Connolly!

Blogger GFS3 said...
Michael CONNELLY is a damn good writer as well.

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