Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Beer Money Book Blast: Giveaway for a $100 Amazon Gift Card!

Beer Money
Beer Money
In the explosive opening to an exciting new mystery series, private investigator Burr Ashland learns that his best friend, a history professor, has been murdered.

Burr is plunged into an investigation that puts him in the middle of a violent struggle, not just between the present and the past, but between good and evil.

With nonstop action and breakneck twists, BEER MONEY is the next bestseller from Dani Amore, whom Mystery Tribune calls “a sensation among Kindle owners who love fast paced thrillers.”

About Author Dani Amore
Dani Amore is a bestselling crime novelist living in Los Angeles, California. She is the winner of the 2011 Independent Book Award for Crime Fiction. Her books include THE CIRCUIT RIDER (a Kindle serial), The Mary Cooper Mystery Series, THE KILLING LEAGUE, The John Rockne Mystery Series, and TO FIND A MOUNTAIN.

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169 comments:

  1. I accidentally clicked that I followed the author on facebook ut it actually has an error message and the only other option was to friend request so I actually have not dont that entry but do not know how to undo saying I did that lol does that make sense?

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  2. I would say Nancy Drew because I grew up reading about her. :)

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  3. I would have to go with Sherlock Holmes

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  4. Not necessarily a PI but I love the Alex Cross series

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  5. I'm going to say Stephanie Plum, although she's a bounty hunter, she's more PI & she cracks me up.

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  6. Absolutely Sherlock Holmes! A more modern choice would be Kinsey Milhone (A is for alibi, etc) Thanks for a chance to win this generous prize!

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  7. I liked Magnum PI with Tom Selleck.

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  8. sherlock holmes - old and current

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  9. Sherlock Holmes - agreed! Never out of style!

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  10. My favorite is Magnum PI with Tom Selleck.

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  11. I would have to go with Sherlock Holmes

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  12. sherlock holmes

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  13. Ellery Queen

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  14. sherlock holmes !!!!

    annabee818@Yahoo.com

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  15. Sherlock Holmes

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  16. Sherlock Holmes!!!

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  17. Sherlock Holmes... hands down!

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  18. Sherlock Holmes, of course!

    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  19. Yes, Sherlock Holmes.

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  20. Best PI series has to be Sherlock Holmes, I even like the new one too. Very interesting with Watson as a female.

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  21. I used to love Nancy Drew, so since that's all I've ever read, I would have to say she's the best.

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  22. Definitely Sherlock Homes.

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  23. I would have to with Cagney & Lacey, because it directed toward the female fan base, and showed you that women can just as good as men when trying to catch the bad guys.

    Lonerwor@aim.com

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  24. Nancy Drew will always be my childhood favorite!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
    hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com

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  25. I miss EA Hass's INCOGNITO MOSQUITO series--loved the puns as a kid!

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  26. I like Miss Marple, or any of the Agatha Christie ones for that matter!

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  27. Alex cross definitely!
    rafflecopter name Tammy Dalley

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  28. What's the best PI series of all time?

    Cannon

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  29. If TV PI's count, I"m going with Veronica Mars :)

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  30. SHERLOCK HOLMES

    jimpat34@wowway.com

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  31. Nancy Drew is the best
    elysesw@aol.com

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  32. Sherlock Holmes. - Judith R.

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  33. Sherlock Holmes

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  34. Nancy Drew! loved those growing up

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  35. Robert Parker's Spenser is my favorite.
    jstetson2@cfl.rr.com

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  36. I still love watching "Jim Rockford" and seeing Los Angeles from the older days.

    Judwah@sbcglobal.net

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  37. Sherlock Holmes who used cocaine when the drug was legal.

    Hope to win!

    xxbowietipxx@gmail.com

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  38. Encyclopedia Brown overall.

    misusedinnocence@aol.com

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  39. The Famous Five!

    nehsarang at yahoo dot com

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  40. The Mary Cooper Mystery Series.

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  41. sherlock holmes

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  42. Have to go with Sherlock Holmes as well; hard to top a classic!

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  43. What about Hercule Poirot? I might be biased, since I'm belgian, but I always loved him!

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  44. coreybrennan26@hotmail.com
    I always read the Hardy Boys growing up.

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  45. Gotta love Guy Noire, to be honest.

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  46. I would say the Trixie Belden series because I was hooked on it as a kid.

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  47. only ones i've read was when i was a kid the hardy boys - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  48. I would have to say Nancy Drew
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  49. Definitely the scooby doo gang

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  50. Actually the one I like best is Temperance Brennan, but she is not really a PI, but a forensic scientist.

    cgclynsg0 @ gmail dot com

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  51. I like Sherlock Holmes.
    Thanks for the chance!

    raceracegirl at yahoo dot com

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  52. Sherlock Holmes! of course :)

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  53. I like eave dallas from in death books by jd robb

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  54. nancy drew
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com

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  55. really liked columbo back in the day - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  56. Nancy Drew because That's what I grew up reading :-) Thank you!

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  57. I go with Hardy BOys!
    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

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  58. The Alex Cross books are my favorite

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  59. Janet Eanovitch's Stephanie Plum series.

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  60. Nancy Drew was my favorite growing up.

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  61. Hands down would be Sherlock Holmes. No one is better at deduction, reasoning, and pure awesomeness!

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  62. I loved Nancy Drew as a kid. :)

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  63. Tie between Sherlock Holmes and Nancy Drew!

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  64. Does Girl with the Dragoon Tattoo series count? She was an awesome detective

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  65. Inspector Wexford, by Ruth Rendell.

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  66. the old nancy drew were the best
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  67. I'm a big fan of the classics. Holmes, Miss Marple, and Poirot all the way!

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  68. Girl with the Dragoon Tattoo

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  69. Scooby doo :) Sherlock holmes! :)

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  70. I love the Stephanie Plum series, but Sherlock Holmes rocks!

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  71. My first detective book was The ABC Murders, Agatha Christie with Hercules Poirot and after reading many many mysteries I still have a soft spot for the little Belgian.
    elaineneal389(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  72. Robert B. Parker's Spenser is the best.

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  73. The Hardy Boys

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  74. Sherlock Holmes
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  75. Holmes, Sherlock
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  76. Dr. WHO..thanks simmsmba@gmail.com

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  77. Sherlock Holmes is the best! thank god 'Elementary' came about

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  78. Sherlock Holmes of course!
    Amber Porter

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  79. Sherlock Holmes is the best!

    annemarie562000(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  80. Bowery Boys series. I love old movies

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  81. Sherlock Holmes pepperqueen@ comcast dot net

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  82. Kinsey Milhone

    Thanks for the giveaway >^..^<

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  83. Miss Marple is my favorite PI!

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  84. (lisa lo) rc form

    I always liked The Hardy Boys.

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  85. Sherlock Holmes in books and Columbo on television.

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  86. thischickwins said:
    Nancy Drew, inspiring young girls for so long
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  87. Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot. sleveene@hotmail.com

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  88. Nancy Drew has also had a special place in my heart, so I gotta go with her!

    Geoff K
    gkaufmanss at yahoo dot com

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  89. It has to be Sherlock Holmes. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  90. Nancy Drew!
    holliister at gmail dot com

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  91. I LOVE Nancy Drew. I have all of her games, and most of her books. :)

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  92. Nancy drew.. that is what I grew up on.

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  93. almanyc said:

    Sofie Metropolis

    almanyc_1 at netzero dot com

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  94. Sherlock Holmes of course!

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  95. I actually LOVED The Three Investigators (an Alfred Hitchcock series for kids), Trixie Belden, and Encyclopedia Brown. LOL.

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  96. The Jack Ryan series. :-) Thank you.

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  97. The Boxcar children were investigators in their own right solving mysteries!

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  98. sherlock holmes
    julie hawkins
    honeypie411 at yahoo dot com

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    In Response To Your Question Of
    What's the best PI series of all time?
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  100. Rediscovered Sherlock last year. Love that stuff!

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