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Saturday, August 17, 2013

Charity Fish Trilogy Giveaway

Author Kaye Giuliani
I recently published a guest post on the Four Misconceptions People Have About the Paranormal by Kaye Giuliani. The author of the article, or at least her publicist, has offered up the author's complete Charity Fish series as a prize for here. This includes Charity Fish, The Farmer Takes a Child, and Grains of Truth. Worthy reads if you like the paranormal.
Charity Fish: One teen gets an education in what death is like when you haven't read the rule book. Should she have stayed with her body? Where is this "light" that everybody was always going on about? Does she have any ghostly superpowers? Is she supposed to solve her own murder? Please enjoy this page-turning journey into the afterlife.

The Farmer Takes a Child: Against all odds, a monster remains on the run and unpunished 10 years after brutally raping and murdering four young girls in Fredericksburg, Virginia. We know his name. We've established his guilt. Yet still, this monster eludes capture. This is the story of Jack Emile Garrett -- the "Shortcut Stalker." Prepare yourself for a first-car, hands-in-the-air, coaster ride that will leave you breathless and shaken.

Grains of Truth: A dark husk of a building looms above S. Carroll Street in Frederick, Maryland. It stands, a 16,000 square foot monument to the lives of those who have lived, worked and died within its walls over the last century. Charity's brother, Billy Fische, is now a grown man preparing to marry a bright, brown-eyed girl who shares his gift for communicating with the dead. Will they be able to free the imprisoned spirit of William James Poston from the Frederick granary? "Grains of Truth" is a work of fiction inspired by this dark, yet strangely beautiful, building and its enchanting history of love, loss, and renewal.

Our giveaway today runs until 9/1 at 11:59 pm EDT and is for the three books by Kaye Giuliani in the Charity Fish series. The giveaway is open worldwide. If you're in the US, you have your choice of Kindle or paperback versions. If you're outside the US, the prize is the Kindle versions.
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Disclosure: I received no compensation for this publication. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own. Java John Z's is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment.

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