Book Giveaway: Tigers In Red Weather by Liza Klaussmannn

Triple Winner Giveaway!

I'm tickled to be part of this promotional book tour sponsored by Little Brown & Company for the book Tigers in Red Weather by Liza Klaussmann.    It looks really interesting and is definitely on my to-read list.

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Synopsis from GoodReads:

Nick and her cousin, Helena, have grown up sharing sultry summer heat, sunbleached boat docks, and midnight gin parties on Martha's Vineyard in a glorious old family estate known as Tiger House. In the days following the end of the Second World War, the world seems to offer itself up, and the two women are on the cusp of their 'real lives': Helena is off to Hollywood and a new marriage, while Nick is heading for a reunion with her own young husband, Hughes, about to return from the war.
     Soon the gilt begins to crack. Helena's husband is not the man he seemed to be, and Hughes has returned from the war distant, his inner light curtained over. On the brink of the 1960s, . . .a brutal murder, the intrusion of violence causes everything to unravel. The members of the family spin out of their prescribed orbits, secrets come to light, and nothing about their lives will ever be the same. . . . read more

Things to know:

  • Tigers In Red Weather will be released in paperback on July 17, 2012.
  • Three copies will be awarded from entries on this blog.
  • Contest is  open to residents of US and Canada only.
  • Prizes will be sent directly from Little Brown & Company.
  • I have not read this book and cannot comment on the content.
  • I receive no compensation for participating in this promotion.
  • Prizes cannot be awarded without inclusion of contact information in your comment. 

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32 comments:

Shelly said...

My favorite genre would probably be anything with a paranormal twist.

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

I love nonfiction and literary fiction.

Denise Z said...

I am a pretty eclectic reader and enjoy most. Right now I am really enjoying books with a paranormal twist and a post apocalyptic theme, although I love a good cozy mystery, women's literature, and detective/mysteries. Thank you for the invite to the fun. I have signed up to follow and am looking forward to the journey.

Lori said...

Oh wow, just one?
I love Jane Austen sequels/prequels (should have its own genre), mysteries and thrillers, chick lit and true crime.

Thanks so much for the opportunity to win!

psychoticbooks@yahoo.com

Kaylee Baldwin said...

Sounds like a great book. Thanks for letting us know about it. :)

kayleebaldwin at gmail

Kitchen Witch of the West said...

Oh, just one? Today it is Fantasy. Yesterday it was Romantic Historical Fiction. By tomorrow it will be Urban Fantasy.
In other words the genre of the book I'm devouring that day!

aka Larisa
larisa.labrant(AT)gmail.c0m

Marsha Ward said...

Tigers in Red Weather sounds really intriguing, and, as a bonus, it's set during a time I lived through, so I'd like to read it.

marshaward DOT az AT gmail.com

Joan Sowards said...

Looks like an interesting book. Enter me.

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kristy1504 said...

Anything YA is good for me! Especially dystopians, contemporaries (with not too much fluff!) and paranormals! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

Carolyn said...

Ok, I entered, I hate to see a lady beg.

Scarlett Rains said...

I'll give you my penny...maybe even two cents. :) My favorite genre would have to be historical fiction.

Catalina Egan said...

I like a wide variety of genres as long as a book is well written. I am not too keen on Horror or Erotica. I love Sci Fi and that often gets blended with Horror. So glad you have many participants! :)

Jennifer Waggoner Hartling said...

Nonfiction, literary fiction :)

Donna K. Weaver said...

You want me to pick only one? O_o No can do! I've got too many different books on my "I have to have these books if I'm ever stranded on a tropical island" list--that's why I need a solar panel for my iPad. ;)

Interesting sounding book.

Britney Gulbrandsen said...

I mostly read YA and middle grade books. Dystopian YA is probably my favorite, if I had to choose!

The Zoo said...

Mystery.
Thanks for making this open to Canadians.

I follow you on Twitter (https://twitter.com/zoojourneys) and GFC (Journeys of The Zoo).

Besos, Sarah
Zookeeper at Journeys of The Zoo
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Tammy Sparks said...

My favorite genre is probably horror, but I read just about everything.

I've heard great things about this book!

Dallas said...

I've recently discovered how big the difference is between text books and nonfiction.

Dallas said...

I've recently discovered how big the difference is between text books and nonfiction.

Carrie said...

My favorite genre is historical fiction. I love when a good author has done their homework and I can learn a lot of historical facts in an interesting way.

Three Suns said...

though I read and write a lot of sci-fi I can't say I have a favorite genre. What's more important to me is a good story with good characters.

Tanya Parker Mills said...

Definitely interested since it comes off as literary suspense. Count me in! You've got my contact info on FB and elsewhere.

tomiannie said...

Sounds like an interesting one! I love lots of different books, but I've been on a big Agatha Christie kick lately.

Jennifer said...

I love historical fiction, like Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, Charlotte Bronte, etc. ...Also fantasy.

Raejean said...

I'm always up for a free book!

Marjorie/cenya2 said...

I enjoy Lisa's Sees book the best and mystery.

Lewis Family said...

I don't think I have a favorite, I love a good book, no matter what the genre. I suppose I gravitate towards historical fiction and sci-fi/magic. Does that explain my split personality?

Carl said...

Like so many commenters I find it difficult to pick a single genre. Historical, sci-fi, contemporary, classic, all of the above. If it's well-written, I'm there.

Carl said...

Of course I forgot the contact information. Color me: carlscott(at)prodigy(dot)net(dot)mx

Beverly S. said...

I like many kinds of books....best seller fiction, historical novels, biographies, etc. If it's a "good" book I'll read it...no matter what genre. :) Thanks for the chance to win Tigers in Red Weather....really want to read this one. :)

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Amy Meyer said...

I love the classsics and literary fiction as well as some contemporary fiction. I'm not a fan of the paranormal or vampires, werewolves etc.

This book sounds terrific. Thank you for hosting a giveaway.

~ Amy
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