Monday, May 4, 2009

Giveaway: BoneMan's Daughters Audiobook



Military intelligence officer Ryan Evans is married to his work; so much so that his wife and daughter have written him out of their lives. Sent to Fallujah and captured by insurgents, he is asked to kill children not unlike his own. The method: a meticulous, excruciating death by broken bones that his captor has forced him to learn.

Returning home after the ordeal, a new crisis awaits. A serial killer is on the loose, and his method of killing is the same. Ryan becomes a prime suspect, which isn't even the worst of his problems: Ryan's daughter is BoneMan's latest desire.

In a story that is devaststing in its skill and suspense, - Ted Dekker brings to bear his ability to terrify and compel in BONEMAN'S DAUGHTERS.

This is open to residents of the United States and Canada only, and no P.O. Boxes are allowed. Entry deadline is May 25th at 11:59PM, Arizona time.

I Heart Monster in conjunction with Hachette Book Group is giving away one copy of Ted Dekker's BoneMan's Daughters Audiobook.

How to win this title:

+2 Leave in a comment the name of the serial killer that made the biggest impression on you (real or fictional!).
+2 Become a new Follower using Google Follow or Subscribe via RSS (tell me in the same comment!)
+3 Already google follow or subscribe? (tell me in the same comment!)
+3 Post this giveaway on your blog or website, sidebar is fine. (leave link in comment)
+1 Tweet this contest (make sure you put @iheartmonster in the tweet somewhere, and tell me in your comment)
+1 New or Existing Twitter followers. (tell me and leave your username in the comment)
+1 Becoming a Fan of IHM on Facebook.



Jorge said...

I like Ted Bundy, he even escaped from prison

klavergne said...

I LOVE Ted Dekker's books! This is just awesome!

I already follow on Twitter (@klavergne) and subscribe via RSS. I also posted a link on my blog ( which is also sync'ed with my notes in Facebook. I also became a fan on Facebook.

Kay said...

Hi, I'd like to enter the contest to!

I just added you on twitter (I'm infinishelf)
I'm also already following you via RSS via Google Reader (that's how I saw the contest! :) )

As to a serial killer, I don't know if you meant a real or a fictional one? But the first one that comes to mind was the "Miniature Killer" on C.S.I. I just loved that story and the miniatures that came with it!

my email is: karynlapierre at hotmail dot com

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I Heart Monster said...

real or fictional is fine! The miniature killer on CSI was a great character.


+2 The biggest serial killer that made an impact on me was ted bundy. He was probably the first one I ever heard about in my life and his story has always haunted me.

+2 I now follow you on google.

Renee G said...

The first book that told the story of a serial killer that I read was on Ted Bundy. I was struck by how he would fake a broken arm to get people to let their guard down and let him get close. However, the most haunting case for my was the Yates serial killer of prostitutes in my hometown. My husband was involved in the investigation and their children were close to my children's ages. It was just a little too "close to home".

Rebecca C said...

Hannibal Lecter has been my most interesting and scary serial killer of all time.

wandajb said...

Jeffrey Dahmer

Carlene said...

Please include me in your giveaway.

Summerdaiz said...

I love true crime stories and fictional ones are good too! Serial killers intrigue me. The Zodiak Killer, Ted Bundy, Son of Sam are 3 of the scariest, but Jack the Ripper is probably the one that impresses me the most, especially after I watched the movie, Time After Time, (about Jack the Ripper escaping to the future - today and HG Wells following him in the time machine to try to catch him and stop him) and in the next issue of USA Today a headline that went something like this, WORST RIPPER SINCE JACK!

Summerdaiz said...

I forgot to put in my comment that I already follow IHM in google follow, I'm a fan on FB, and I tweeted IHM. Got carried away thinking of serial killers....