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Old 02-21-2013, 11:11 AM   #2419
J. Garrett
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Right now, and for the next week and a half, I've got Eyes of Diamond, Hair of Gold available in the LibraryThing member giveaway:

http://www.librarything.com/er/giveaway/list

50 copies are available and they're all given away at the end of the giveaway period [which, again, ends in about a week and a half]. If you've got a LibraryThing account and are interested in reading my latest mystery novel, get your name in the pot!

And if you're not sure what the book's about, here's the synopsis:

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Having finally returned from her first case, Detective Allison Newberry is immediately sent on to her next: the murder of a famed inventor. But she won't be solving this one alone. Another detective, the opinionated and unlikable Alistair Mooney, has been sent along as her assistant.

The murdered inventor, Gregory Williams, had surrounded himself with a technological world filled with his own creations, even going so far as to build a fake town to act as the outward expression of his personal obsessions. The few who live in the town full-time were utterly devoted to him, even as they despised each other, making it difficult to determine who might have committed the crime.

However, it is not the people or the town that make this case so bizarre. Living within the walls of the house are dozens of automatons, mechanical servants who will never grow tired and will never complain about any orders they're given. One automaton in particular, Maximilian, is far more advanced than any of the others, and even possesses the ability to speak in the voice of his creator.

Allison is suspicious of him, Alistair despises him, but it is not Maximilian that poses the greatest threat to all those gather for the funeral, but rather it is Gregory Williams himself...
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