Win a $25 gift card or free book!

A Secondhand Life book and $25 gift card giveaway

In celebration of my latest psychological thriller release of “A Secondhand Life,” I’m hosting a giveaway. I’m giving one $25 Amazon gift card, one paperback copy of the book, and five eBook copies. To enter the drawing, all you have to do is sign up for my quarterly newsletter by e-mailing me at pamela@pamelacrane.com and in the Subject line type: Newsletter and Giveaway Entry. Simple, right? Contest ends on June 1, 2015. Winners will be selected by Random.org.

As an added bonus, all entrants will receive a free eBook of “A Fatal Affair,” my best-selling novella.

About A Secondhand Life:

In a freak collision when she was twelve, Mia Germaine faced death and the loss of her father. A heart transplant from a young murder victim saved her life, but not without a price. Twenty years later, chilling nightmares about an unresolved homicide begin to plague Mia. Compelled by these lost memories, she forms a complicated connection to the victim—the girl killed the night of Mia’s accident—due to a scientific phenomenon called “organ memory.”

Now suffocating beneath the weight of avenging a dead girl and catching a serial killer on the loose dubbed the “Triangle Terror,” Mia must dodge her own demons while unimaginable truths torment her—along with a killer set on making her his next victim.

As Mia tries to determine if her dreams are clues or disturbing phantasms, uninvited specters lead her further into danger’s path, costing her the one person who can save her from herself. More than a page-turning thriller, A Secondhand Life weaves a tale of second chances and reclaimed dreams as this taut, refreshing story ensnares and penetrates you.

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6 thoughts on “Win a $25 gift card or free book!

  1. that gospels aren’t biographies. Would that they were—a fabulous wealth of key pieces would then not be denied us. I suppose we’re supposed to be grown up about this, and accept with equanimity what we don’t and can’t know. I admit to a considerable sense of frustration, however childish it may be.

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