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Author Kylie Brant stops by... & A Giveaway!

Today I'm happy to welcome author Kylie Brant who's guest blogging here today. Her latest book, Deadly Sins, is all set to release Aug 2nd.


The sixth installment of The Mindhunters releases August 2 and the normal anticipation of a new release is bittersweet this time. That’s because this is the final installment in the series (at least the last for now) and it’s always difficult to say goodbye to a long running series.

All the books have been stand alone titles, but the connecting thread through them all has been Adam Raiker, the enigmatic legendary ex-FBI profiler who is the head of the agency. We’ve come full circle—this is Adam’s book and early reviews have labeled it fast paced, exciting and edgy. A fitting description for Raiker’s personality!

Adam’s last case for the FBI ended spectacularly when he was captured and tortured for three days by the child killer he was tracking. At that time his relationship with FBI agent Jaid Marlowe also came to an end. Fast forward eight years. Raiker’s close friend—a Supreme Court Justice has been brutally executed and the man’s widow gets Raiker named to the task force. Someone is taking out high profile targets all over DC and leaving only a card by the body with one of the deadly sins written on it. To complicate the matter even further, one of Adam’s teammates on the case is Jaid Marlowe, the one woman he’s never been able to forget.

The deeper Jaid and Adam get into the case the more it seems to be wrapped up in his last case for the FBI. And when suspicion falls on Adam, Jaid must make a choice: to protect her career or risk everything for the one man she’s loved all these years….

I’m offering a prequel to The Mindhunters series, detailing Adam’s last case for the bureau. It’s available free to subscribers to my newsletter at
Sounds like a great read! And now here's the giveaway...

** ** GIVEAWAY ** **

A copy of Deadly Sins will go to one lucky reader anywhere in the world! [That means anywhere that Book Depository delivers to]

Winner's name/email/online handle will be announced at this post once the giveaway is over. It's up to the winner to check back and contact me (abookblogger at gmail dot com) with full name and address within 1 week of announcement to claim the prize. Best way to be notified is to subscribe to Email Updates or via feed.

Required :  Leave a comment telling which book series (apart from this one) by which author has been your favorite and why?

Other bonus entries:

Please leave a NEW comment for each extra entry you do.

Deadline   Midnight CST of August 31, 2011.

Eligibility  OPEN WORLDWIDE.

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