Friday, August 20, 2010

Entering our weekly drawing is easy:

1. Leave a comment on Fridays or...

2. Sign up to follow The Borrowed Book. Followers will automatically be entered for a chance to win that week's drawing!

This week, The Borrowed Book is drawing THREE winners. Winners receive THEIR CHOICE of three great books:

Polly Dent Loses Grip by S. Dionne Moore ~ Polly Dent loses grip on the treadmill and takes a fatal spill that’s ruled an accident. Helping her mother-in-law move into Bridgeton Towers Assisted Living, but the scars from LaTisha Barnhart’s surgically removed bunions tell her something’s afoot. The residents’ gossip is revealing all kinds of motives for murder. Gertrude Herrman is out looking for love in the form of Thomas Philcher’s fat wallet, and Polly’s fall eliminates her competition once and for all. Otis Payne, the venerable director of Bridgeton Towers, is over a barrel when his wife demands cash, or she’ll carry on without him. Mitzi Mullins’s penchant for rhyme puts her in direct line as perpetrator of the crime, and Sue Mie’s mistake seals Polly’s fate.

Promise of Tomorrow by S. Dionne Moore ~ Johnston , PA, 1889. Jack Kelly is struggling to quell the demons of poverty he has known all his life and live down his father's drunken legacy. This ambition drives him to invent a better method of turning iron ore into steel, to guarantee himself andhis fiance a financially secure future.
Alaina Morrison, raised by her embittered mother to distrust all men,must choose between Jack, or becoming the self-sufficient woman her mother has pushed her to become.
Jack's commitment to prove himself blinds him to Alaina's needs. She walks away from their engagement. But when the storm of angry floodwaters tears apart the town, will they survive to see the promise of tomorrow?
Murder on the Ol' Bunions by S. Dionne Moore ~ LaTisha Barnhart’s bunions tell her something’s afoot as she delves deeper into the murder of her former employee, Marion Peters. When LaTisha becomes a suspect, the ante is upped, and she is determined to clear her name and find the culprit.

She’s burping Mark Hamm’s bad cooking to investigate his beef with Marion. . .getting her hair styled at a high falutin’ beauty parlor to see what has Regina Rogane in a snarl. . .playing self-appointed matchmaker between the local chief and a prime suspect. . .and thinking Payton O’Mahney’s music store lease might be the reason he’s singing out of tune when discussion of Marion’s murder arises. LaTisha’s thinking she just might use the reward money to get her bunions surgically removed. But she’s got to catch the crook first.

Winners will be announced on Saturday, 08/21/10.


  1. OK, was this the contest you were referring to in the e-mail, Sandra? ;) Either way, I would love to be entered to win either of the cozy mysteries! Can't wait to have you visit my blog!!! Interview questions should be on their way to you sometime soon...



  2. They all sound good and I am going to keep my fingers crossed! Thanks for this awesome chance!

    Mollydedwards AT yahoo DOT com

  3. Would love a chance to read any of these books!

  4. These books sound great! Please include me! Thanks for the chance. I am also a followe.

    nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net

  5. Enter me. I'd love to read this author. She sounds like a real wacko. Just my kind of person.

  6. LOL! Sandra, you can't hide behind that S. Dionne Moore nomer. I still know it's you. Don't make pull out my disclaimer...the one where employees and their families are not eligible to win.

    What? You don't get paid? You receive no compensation from this blog at all? Then who's been cashing your checks???

  7. Never mind! No need to enter me for this contest--we just went to check the mail a little bit ago. ;) Sandra, you're the greatest!!!

    Still can't wait to host you on my blog!


  8. Please enter me to win any of these great sounding books! Thanks! I think Polly Dent is my fave.

  9. Ah, Lisa, you busted me. But man, I sure wish you could add a few more zeroes on the end of that sum, the teller looks at me funny everytime she has to cash that check for a penny.

    Surprise, Amber! Enjoy!

  10. thanks for the chance to read these fabulous novels :)

    kmkuka at yahoo dot com

  11. Thank you all for stopping by, and good luck in the drawing!


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