On the Second Day of Christmas…

Continuing with our Twelve Days of Christmas Giveaway:

Virgin and the Crab by Robert Parry

On the second day of Christmas my true love gave to me… the chance to win Robert Parry’s exceptional novel Virgin and the Crab.

All you need to do to be in the running to win a copy of Virgin and the Crab is to leave a comment after this post. A winner will be randomly selected and notified once the competition closes on January 12, 2013.

This is an international giveaway.

Book Blurb:

12 Years, 2 Kings, 3 Queens – the Ultimate Tudor novel. The brilliant young mathematician and astronomer John Dee has one overwhelming obsession: liberty. Abandoned and humiliated, Elizabeth Tudor has one simple aim: survival. This is their story. Against the background of the English Reformation, and threatened by a vengeful and unforgiving Queen, the mysterious brotherhood of the Rose Lodge attempts to guide the nation towards enlightenment and stability. Here, the special alchemy of the Virgin and the Crab works its magic: growing from childhood friendship, through adolescent flirtation, to mutual respect and admiration as together they prepare to sacrifice everything for the world they wish to inherit.

Read my interview with Robert here.

Read my review of Virgin and the Crab here.

Its amazon page is: http://www.amazon.com/Virgin-Crab-Sketches-Mysteries-Elizabeth/dp/1449515711 

Its showcase page is: http://virginandthecrab.yolasite.com

Visit Robert Parry’s website here.

Good luck! Don’t forget to check back tomorrow for your chance to win Virgin Widow by Anne O’Brien.


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  1. Amanda Kooky Ward says:

    Ooooooo loving the title x

  2. Would love to be the winner!

  3. Thank you everyone for entering! The competition is now closed and I have the exciting task of selecting the twelve winners. Good luck. Natalie 🙂

  4. Congratulations to Denise on being the winner. Special thanks to Natalie for organising such a great competition, and thank you, also, to everyone who took part.

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