Monday, May 16, 2011

Win Snitch!

What would you do? That's the big question that comes to mind about Booker T. Mattison's Snitch. The synopsis:


Leave a comment to win a copy!
On the streets of Jersey City there is a simple code. You don’t talk to the cops. You don’t snitch. Period. But when young bus driver Andre Bolden witnesses a crime on his route, he is compelled to make a choice. If he keeps silent, he might lose his job and be gnawed by his conscience. If he snitches, he could lose his family—even his life.

This explosive story explores the clash between a working man and the code of the street. Gifted storyteller Booker T. Mattison has crafted a realistic tale full of tension and raw suspense yet infused with spiritual truth. Snitch rewrites the rule to mind your own business, peers into the hearts of those who seek revenge and redemption, and celebrates the ability of a community to triumph over violence and intimidation.

When I posted the trailer, so many of you watched it, it caught Booker's attention. To say thank you to my blog readers, he's offering 2 free copies of Snitch!

If you want one, leave a comment below by Monday, May 23rd at 5 pm MST. I'll use the randomizer to select our 2 winners. Good luck!

Go to his site to read an excerpt or see the trailer if you missed it last time.  Go here to read the Starred Review in Publisher's Weekly!

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7 comments:

Ladysilver said...

I would love to win a copy of this book.

BethAnneMandia said...

I would love to win a copy of this book. Growing up in North Jersey, I was in Jersey City a lot because it was where my father worked. I always find it fun and interesting to read novels set in my childhood stomping ground!

mrstdj said...

Sounds like a great novel. I'd love to win!

Dean K Miller said...

Definitely sounds like a great story line and book. Count me in to win. Love the blog title too.

JaPulp said...

I'm up for that!! \(^_^)/ How very kind of Booker!

Ronnica said...

Sounds interesting!

storm indigo said...

looks interesting, I would love to win a copy