Monday, July 22, 2019

Giveaway - The Possession - Michael Rutger

I enjoyed The Anomaly last summer - the first book in Michael Rutger's Anomaly Files. (my review) The second book, The Possession, releases tomorrow - and I have a copy to giveaway to one lucky reader!

What's it about? From Grand Central Publishing:

"From the author of The Anomaly comes the second installment in The Anomaly Files, a series in the tradition of James Rollins of a team investigating American myths and legends.

Still recovering from the shocking revelations they uncovered deep in uncharted territory in the Grand Canyon, American myth and legend investigator Nolan Moore and his team take on a new mission, investigating a rumored case of witchcraft and possession.

Nolan hopes their new case, in a quaint village in the middle of the woods, will prove much more like those he and his team investigated prior to their trip to Kincaid’s cavern.

But as the residents accounts of strange phenomena add up, Nolan and company begin to suspect something all too real and dangerous may be at play. A force that may not be willing to let them escape the village unscathed." Read an excerpt of The Possession.

"Michael Rutger is a screenwriter whose work has been optioned by major Hollywood studios. He lives in California with his wife and son."

And if The Possession sounds like a book you'd like to read, enter for a chance to win a copy using the Rafflecopter form below. Open to US and Canada, ends August 3/19.


Danielle H. said...

I enjoy thrillers and this one is set in a place on my travel bucket list.

traveler said...

A captivating and intriguing novel which I would enjoy. Thanks.

Dianna said...

I just got my copy of Anomaly -- would be glad to have book 2 on hand.

Mayor Sonni said...

The Possession sounds intriguing. Thanks for the giveaway. Fingers crossed to win. I saw this post in the Tuesday, Jul. 23, 2019 edition of The BookTube Your Shelf Daily Reader.

Marjorie/cenya2 said...

I always enjoy a good mystery .

Nancy P said...

Sounds very intriguing. Thanks.