Thursday, December 27, 2012

Cozy Cull [6] - Sketch Me If You Can by Sharon Pape

According to Merriam-Webster:
Definition of CULL
1 : to select from a group : choose  
2 : to reduce or control the size of (as a herd) by removal (as by hunting) of especially weaker animals; also : to hunt or kill (animals) as a means of population control
This is a (semi-)weekly giveaway.  Please spread the word, even if you've already read this week's book. 

The plan is:
  1. Each week I read one of the MANY cozy mysteries I have among my personal books.  
  2. I write a post about it. 
  3. Then I offer it in a giveaway in order to cull my "herd" of cozies... as "a means of population control."

 This week I have a copy of the first in the Portrait of Crime Mystery series, Sketch Me If You Can, by Sharon Pape (published August 2010). 

You can find my thoughts on Sketch Me If You Can here.

From Goodreads: 
She's a police sketch artist. He's a dead lawman. Together, they put a face on murder.
When her uncle dies suddenly, police sketch artist Rory McCain inherits a list of clients from his private detective business and a beautiful, old house with a ghostly inhabitant: Federal Marshal Ezekiel Drummond, aka Zeke.
Having a ghost as a housemate is bad enough, but as Rory's drawn into one of her uncle's unsolved cases and faces a cold-blooded killer, she may need the marshal's supernatural help to stay alive.
Just comment that you'd like to enter and provide an email address to contact you should you win. Open to everyone.

Giveaway ends Thursday, January 3rd (11:59 pm CT). I'll give the winner 48 hours from the time of notification to respond before I move on to someone else. The winner will be announced here once I've received a reply to my email. 

The winner of this Cozy Cull giveaway is Sue!


  1. I would love to win this and be entered in your giveaway! Thanks for doing this!


  2. Please enter me in your contest. Thanks!

  3. I've just recently started to read cozy mysteries. I am loving this genre. Would love to win this book.

  4. It is great when a book can bring you out of reading doldrums.I love women as police dectectives so I know this is a winner!


  5. Can I enter, please?

  6. It sounds great! Please enter me in your giveaway!


  7. Sounds like an interesting read:) Thanks so much for the giveaway!



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