Omnimystery News is pleased to welcome Spencer Seidel, whose debut mystery is Dead of Wynter (Publishing Works, May 2011 Trade Paperback, 978-1-935557-69-2). You can read more about the book below.
Today we're hosting a giveaway for his new book. Visit Mystery Book Contests, click on the "Spencer Seidel: Dead of Wynter" contest link, enter your name, e-mail address, and this code (5514) for a chance to win! (One entry per person; contest ends 05/16/2011.)
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About Dead of Wynter: "Dolly, it's your mother." Dolly. Jackie Ruth Wynter had called Alice that for years. The conversation that followed led her right back to the place she had run from for years. Her twin brother, younger by just a minute or so, had been fading, transforming into an image of their drunken, narrow-eyed father. Now her father was dead, and her brother, Chris, missing.
Alice resigns herself to return, helping her mother and the local police with the mystery surrounding the crime. But there are some family secrets her mother would sooner take to the grave than reveal.
Reacquainting with her past brings fresh pain and new friendships as she struggles with who to trust with the details of her father's murder and brother's disappearance. As the authorities come closer to solving the mystery of the men in her family, she begins to realize her past life as Alice Wynter is the missing part of the puzzle. But who is searching out the former Alice? The sinister mysteries of the Wynter family will capture the reader's attention well past when the fire has gone out.
Dead of Wynter is available in Trade Paperback and popular eBook formats (see icons below book cover).
For a chance to win a copy of Dead of Wynter, courtesy of the authors, visit Mystery Book Contests, click on the "Spencer Seidel: Dead of Wynter" contest link, enter your name, e-mail address, and this code (5514) for a chance to win! (One entry per person; contest ends 05/16/2011.)
Read the first chapter of Dead of Wynter below; use the Aa settings button to adjust font size, line spacing, and word density.