There’s just over a week left before this year’s Killer Nashville convention (October 29-November 1) kicks off in Tennessee’s capital. And to help build more interest in that gathering--now in its ninth year--The Rap Sheet is giving away three free copies of Killer Nashville Noir: Cold-Blooded (Diversion Publishing), a tie-in anthology edited by Clay Stafford.
Stafford, an independent filmmaker and writer who was the brainchild behind the Killer Nashville conference, has compiled in Cold-Blooded short stories by “some of the biggest names in suspense” as well as a few “rising stars.” (The full line-up of contributors is here.) Among the authors represented are Anne Perry, Donald Bain, Jeffery Deaver, Heywood Gould, Dana Chamblee Carpenter, and Paula Gail Benson. Cold-Blooded won’t officially be released until October 27, but has already been heavily touted as a “collection that proves Music City is a deadly place to be when your song gets called.”
If you’d like to enter our drawing for one of those three free copies of Killer Nashville Noir: Cold-Blooded, simply e-mail your name and postal address to email@example.com. And be sure to type “Killer Nashville Contest” in the subject line. Entries will be accepted between now and midnight next Monday, October 26. Three winners will be chosen completely at random, and their names listed on this page the following day. Sorry, but this particular giveaway competition is open only residents of the United States.
Whether or not you’re heading to Nashville next week for all the crime-fiction festivities, this sounds like a book well worth adding to your library. So what are you waiting for? Send your entry in today!
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Pierce (The Rap Sheet).