When William Kent Krueger was in yesterday, he was quite excited about his upcoming stand-alone novel, Ordinary Grace (Atria, $24.99, March 26, 2013, signed copies probably available, if Kent has anything to say about it).
New Bremen, Minnesota, 1961, the summer when tragedy strikes thirteen-year-old Frank Drum, when the murder changes his world forever. Told from Frank’s perspective forty years after that fateful summer, this is not just a murder novel but a story that William Kent Krueger felt compelled to tell about the power of family and faith.
Here’s the cool part, and where you come in.
Kent gave us a signed Advanced Reader’s Copy of Ordinary Grace, with specific directions that we give it away, so we will.
You must email us with “Ordinary Grace” in the subject line. Our email address is email@example.com.
Comments left on the blog, on Facebook or on Twitter do not count. You must email us.
You have until midnight on September 30th. We’ll put all your names into our drawing hat, and on October 1st, we’ll randomly select a name to receive the book. It’s as simple as that!
Kent is really excited about this book and he wants to share it with as many people as he can. There are a limited number of these ARCs running around, so we feel really fortunate to be able to offer this to you.
-Seattle Mystery Bookshop