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Sacrificial Lam, Free or $.99, Get It Now During This Promotion

If you’re looking for a Summer Read, Felony Fiction is doing a promotion through the rest of this month (May). You can get a free e-copy of Sacrificial Lam at their page. Here’s the link:  .  Just follow the link and get it from the publisher for free.Sacrificial Lam cover image

If you’d rather get it through Amazon, the e-book is on sale there for $.99 through May 25. Here’s the link: .

If you know anyone who might want to get the novel while it’s being promoted, feel free to pass this on. Or just post it anywhere you like.


Book Giveaway on Rafflecopter: Sacrificial Lam


Just wanted to let you know that I’m doing a giveaway on Rafflecopter. Hit the link at the bottom of this post to go and enter for a chance to win a copy of Sacrificial Lam. Good luck.

Here’s the blurb and excerpt:

Blurb: When English professor Lam Corso receives a death threat at work, he laughs it off.  A liberal activist at a small Southern conservative college, he’s used to stirring up controversy on campus.  It’s just part of the give and take of life.  Even when violently attacked, Lam is convinced it must be a mistake.  He can’t imagine anyone who would want to kill him for his beliefs.

When his home is broken into and his wife’s business vandalized, Lam is forced to face the truth. His wife—a passionate anti-gun crusader—is outraged when Lam brings a gun into the house for protection. The police can’t find a single lead. Left to their own devices, Lam and Susan are forced to examine their marriage, faith, and values in the face of a carefully targeted attack from an assailant spurred into action by his own set of beliefs.

What will it cost to survive?

Excerpt: When he dropped Lam back to the pavement, he said, “You dodged a bullet Friday afternoon. My bad. But I won’t miss this time.” And then the attacker stepped away and waited, breathing hard.

Another shock of fear and clarity ran through Lam. The car had been trying to kill him. He’d been a fool. He thought of Susan, sitting with the boys on the sofa, watching TV and sipping a glass of wine. He couldn’t let go of her, he couldn’t bear to leave her and the boys, lying there in an empty parking lot. It wasn’t supposed to be this way. He had imagined dying hundreds of times—cancer, car wreck, drowning, plane crash—but never this, beaten to death by a lunatic who didn’t like his politics.

A desperate sound, short, high, and strained, broke from him. Blind without his glasses in the dark, he was helpless, but he refused to lie there and be killed without a fight. He tried again to stand. But as he struggled to his knees, a blow to the side of his head sent him sprawling against the bike rack, and he thought he was passing out.

The voice came again, “Time’s up, Lambert.”

When Lam looked up, the man stood above him with something, a knife Lam thought, in his hand.

The voice said, “You were warned.”

The link:  a Rafflecopter giveaway





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