Hey ATPT peeps. I have a fun giveaway courtesy of Simon & Schuster Publishing. The Taker by Alma Katsu is being released as a trade paperback on March 27th. To celebrate the release of this sensual debut novel Simon & Schuster is letting me offer ONE copy of The Taker and a peek at sexy excerpt to a lucky reader of ATPT.
Click HERE to read the 1st chapter
True love can last an eternity . . . but immortality comes at a price.On the midnight shift at a hospital in rural St. Andrew, Maine, Dr. Luke Findley is expecting a quiet evening. Until a mysterious woman arrives in his ER, escorted by police—Lanore McIlvrae is a murder suspect—and Luke is inexplicably drawn to her. As Lanny tells him her story, an impassioned account of love and betrayal that transcends time and mortality, she changes his life forever. . . . At the turn of the nineteenth century, when St. Andrew was a Puritan settlement, Lanny was consumed as a child by her love for the son of the town’s founder, and she will do anything to be with him forever. But the price she pays is steep—an immortal bond that chains her to a terrible fate for eternity.
Read sexy excerpt below or click HERE
The Taker by Alma Katsu
Alma Katsu lives outside of Washington, DC with her husband, musician Bruce Katsu. Her debut, The Taker, a Gothic novel of suspense, has been compared to the early work of Anne Rice and Elizabeth Kostova’s The Historian. The novel was named a Top Ten Debut Novel of 2011 by the American Library Association and has developed an international following. The Reckoning, the second book in the trilogy, is coming out in June 2012. The Taker Trilogy is published by Gallery Books/Simon and Schuster.
Ms. Katsu is a graduate of the Master’s writing program at the Johns Hopkins University and received her bachelor’s degree from Brandeis University, where she studied with John Irving. She also attended the Squaw Valley Community of Writers.
Prior to publication of her first novel, Ms. Katsu had a long career as a senior intelligence analyst for several US agencies.
- Open to US resident only
- ONE paperback copy of The Taker up for grabs
- MUST leave e-mail address in comment field
- Giveaway ends March 21st