Joseph Finder book giveaway


Thanks to the good folks at Riffle, the Word Nerds are giving away not one, but TWO copies of Joseph Finder’s new thriller, “Suspicion.”

To whet your appetite, here’s the synopsis from Finder’s website:

Single father Danny Goodman would do anything — anything — to protect his teenaged daughter, Abby, from more unhappiness after her mother’s death. Struggling to keep her at the private school she loves, he accepts a favor from an unexpected benefactor: Thomas Galvin, father  of Abby’s best friend and one of the wealthiest men in Boston. Galvin offers Danny a loan that would be enough to pay Abby’s tuition and relieve some of Danny’s other financial pressures, and Danny can’t help but be charmed by Galvin’s generosity and kindness.

Danny’s new friend, however, turns out to have some dangerous enemies — including some Federal investigators who think Danny’s in a perfect position to collect evidence against Galvin. The moment Galvin’s loan hits Danny’s account, Danny finds himself trapped into a dangerous undercover assignment that will put both his life and his daughter’s at risk. Danny tells one lie after another to hide more and more secrets, weaving a net that will ultimately require a desperate plan of action.

Enter the giveaway here!


4 thoughts on “Joseph Finder book giveaway

  1. Rhonda says:

    Book sounds perfect for me

  2. Morgan says:

    Sounds great! Thanks for the giveaway!

  3. cguard says:

    Perfect hammock read

  4. Becky VanGinkel says:

    I’m a sucker for mystery and romance novels so I’m hoping there’s a love interest in there for Danny somewhere too 🙂 Thanks for the chance!!!

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