10/03/2010

GIVEAWAY WINNER + NEW GIVEAWAY!!!



Last week I posted both on Fly High and on My Jane Austen Book Club about Carrie Bebris's latest MR & MRS DARCY MISTERY, THE INTRIGUE AT HIGHBURY based on Jane Austen's Emma. 


Commenters on both blogs could win the latest Italian translation of  Bebris's Mysteries
L'ENIGMA DI MANSFIELD PARK offered by TEA Libri (Bebris's Italian publisher)

These are the Italian readers I entered for the giveaway

ON FLY HIGH
1. Karen
2. lunarossa

ON MY JANE AUSTEN BOOK CLUB
3. Alesya
4. lunarossa
5. Ms Lucy

AND THE WINNER IS ....


LUNAROSSA

CONGRATULATIONS!!!

Now, for all my readers a new giveaway thanks to Carrie Bebris and her American publisher, Tor Books.
You can win a copy of her brand new
THE INTRIGUE AT HIGHBURY!!!


Read Carrie's guestpost and/or  my review on My JA Book Club, come back here

1. Tell why you would like to read The Intrigue at Highbury, what aspect or character intrigues you
2. Add your e-mail address
... and good luck!

Winner will be announced next week on Wednesday 17th March


11 comments:

Ruth said...

I would love to win a copy of this book! Since I recently got to see the latest Emma adaptation, I'd love to revisit Emma & Mr. Knightley as a married couple, investigating a murder no less! :) ruthellenanderson (at) gmail (dot) com Thanks for the opportunity!

Katherine said...

Both your review and that of another blogger have made me want to read this novel and I'd love to win a copy of it. Like Ruth, I too would love to see the relationship of Emma and Mr. Knightley as a married couple. I also want to find out why Mr. Blunt made Mrs. Bates tongue-tied! ;)
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lunarossa said...

That's fantastic! Thanks very much, MG, I'm looking forward to reading it. Ciao. A.

Sweet Lady Jess said...

I have not found an Emma sequel that I like and this book had caught my complete attention. Nothing like a good mystery to run the blood... Thank you for your time! ^_^

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Mystica said...

Mr Darcy and Elizabeth were my favourite couple ever. Add to that Emma and Mr. Knightley. The mix is awesome.

Ms Bebris's books were my first introduction to Austen fan fiction genre. I would love to win this book. Please count me in.

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Karen said...

Well, I'd like to read The intrigue at Highbury because of your very good review, MG :)
And also because I'm pretty sure that the not-so-good impression I got from reading the first novel of Ms Bebris wasn't her fault, but mostly due to the poor Italian translation.

librarypat said...

The whole idea of revisiting Jane Austen's characters and bringing them together is brilliant. I can see Elizabeth in her quiet manner making her deductions and Darcy efficiently working to make things happen.
I had not heard of this series, but will definitely be getting them soon. I know a few other Janites who will enjoy these. Will be spreading the word.

librarypat AT comcast DOT net

buddyt said...

I think any Jane Austen fan wishes she had written and published more novels. I know there have been quite a few attempts to continue her stories but this one written by a fan who appears to understand her writing and the period, seems as if it would be close to what we could have expected had Jane actually written.

So I would love to get the book and see if it is as good as it sounds.

Thank you.

Carol T

buddytho {at} gmail DOT com

Nancy said...

Jane Austen's novels created as a mystery and with her characters the Darcys and the Knightleys altogether this should an interesting read.

I want to read it count me in, thanks.

Sylvia said...

Hope I'm not too late for this. I would love to be entered in this giveaway. The reason is I would love to know how the different couples work together to solve this mystery.

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MARIA GRAZIA said...

@Sylvia
I'm sorry, Sylvia. I posted the name of the winner earlier this morning. (It's March 17th , 10 a.m. now) You'll be luckier next time. Stay tuned. There will be other interesting giveaways next week!
Thanks for dropping by and commenting anyway!