Giveaway: Grave Goods (Mistress of the Art of Death) by Ariana Franklin

grave-goods-franklinI’ve had some real life stuff going on that has delayed my plans to have a review up for this book on its release day. My apologies. I am working on it. Meanwhile, I will go ahead and offer up a giveaway of the ARC that I have for GRAVE GOODS by Ariana Franklin which features Adelia Aguilar, a forensic scientist in 12th Century England. She is a woman well ahead of her time. This is the third book in the series, the first two books are Mistess of the Art of Death and The Serpent’s Tale.

In this entry Adelia is asked by King Henry II to investigate a bard’s claim of a hidden grave that may have the remains of King Arthur and Guineverre that his uncle saw in a “vision” in Glastonbury. King Henry wants Adelia to authenticate the bones to squash the Welsh rebellion. Adelia utilizes the skills that has made her the “Mistress of the Art of Death” by giving Henry II the peace that he wants while also solving the mystery of some missing companions.

As for the giveway, it’s easy. Just leave a comment below. The winner will be picked randomly. It is requested that if you win, please share your thoughts (good or bad) on message boards, Twitter, blogs, Face Book, My Space, wherever people like to congregate these days. The comments for this entry will close at 11:59PM CST Tuesday (Central Standard Time). International readers are welcome. Winner announced the following day. Good luck. Any questions, email me at keishon@avidbookreader.com. Also, note, this book is already out in hardcover.

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8 Responses to Giveaway: Grave Goods (Mistress of the Art of Death) by Ariana Franklin

  1. Heather says:

    Adelia Aguilar does sound a very internesting woman ahead of her time – thanks for this opportunity to win the book

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  2. stezton says:

    A forensic scientist in 12th century England? Now that sounds interesting.

  3. Jo says:

    A historical forensic scientist especially about Arthur and Guinevere has to make a fascinating story, please add my name to the giveaway.

  4. Oriana says:

    I just loved The Mistress of the Art of Death! Adelia is such a wonderful character. Can’t wait to read the rest of the series.:) Thanks for organizing this giveaway!

  5. Nicole says:

    I love this series!! I have read the first two books and posted a review of The Serpent’s Tale on my blog. Thanks for holding this contest!

  6. jennygirl says:

    I just read the first one in the series and loved it! Please enter me.

  7. Marg says:

    Diana Norman writing under either that name or Ariana Franklin is one of my favourite reads! I would love to be entered for the draw for this book, and I will blog about it over at Historical Tapestry for you.

  8. Tili says:

    okay, put me on the list!

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