Twelve Days of Christmas: Day Eight

The Why:

I’ve decided that I wanted to do something nice for the authors that have given me paperback review copies or have let me edit their work. So, in the hopes of getting them some more exposure and reviews, I’ve come up with a “Twelve Days of Christmas” giveaway. Every day until Christmas, I’ll be giving one paperback that I’ve reviewed &/or worked on. I do ask that you consider reviewing the book that you win, as this can always help the author and future readers!

The Book:

Golden ChariotToday’s book is Golden Chariot by Chris Karlsen. Charlotte feels the pull of Hektor as if he were speaking to her, begging her to prove his existence. From this feeling comes an obsession (though she wouldn’t call it that) with the Trojan War and her research topic. Hoping to find evidence to support her theory, she embarks on the archeological recovery of a ship from that time period off the coast of Turkey. However, the agent assigned to guard the sight is murdered and the replacement agent, Atakan, must find his killer — even if it is Charlotte.

I’d recently participated in the blog tour for this book and was lucky enough to get a paperback review copy. It is well written and exciting, especially if you like mythology, diving, or murder mystery. Check out my review and enter below to win!

The Giveaway:

Follow the link below to enter to win. Each contest is open for one week and the books will be sent out after the winner is chosen. Some options are available to do each day to increase your chances of winning. Good luck!!

Eighth Day of Christmas Giveaway

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