Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Giveaway #357 : Win crime fiction The First Rule of Ten - closed - winner Aaron Milne


The Rules of Ten is a brand new detective novel series by Gay Hendricks and Tinker Lindsay.

The main character, Tenzing 'Ten' Norbu, spent many years in a Tibetan monastery before becoming an LA cop. Now he's going solo as the city's first Dharma Detective.

Battling old grudges and new cases, Ten has got his work cut out for him. Whether he's tackling sleazy film stars, is on the trail of strange cults or is just trying to keep his love life on track, Ten has got to be prepared for what the City of Angels has in store for him.

Find out more at: http://rules-of-ten.com/





I've just started reading The First Rule of Ten so I'll be sure to share my review with you as soon as I've finished. In the meantime, Hay House Publishers have kindly offered to send a copy of the first book in the series, The First Rule of Ten, to one lucky Madhouse Family Reviews reader. To be in with a chance of winning, just fill in your entries on the Rafflecopter widget below.


UK only. Closing date : 11/2/14

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners.



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134 comments:

  1. My favourite fictional detective is Adam Dalgleish from the PD James books

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  2. There are too many I can't pick one

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  3. Christine Shelley28 January 2014 at 16:22

    Foyle - Ilove it

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  4. My favourite detective is probably Quintilian Dalrymple from Paul Johnston's Books.

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  5. I've also commented on your post - Recipe : Black Cherry Crisp
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  6. It's such a cliche but I'd have to say Sherlock Holmes!

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  7. Sherlock Holmes

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  8. Matthew Shardlake from the pen of C. J. Sansom does it for me with his sidekick Jack

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  9. I do love Holmes, but of more modern detectives, I love Rebus the most. Always happy to try new 'tec fiction.

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  10. I don't normally read detective novels, well not since the Secret Severn when I was a child! The write up on Tenzing Norbu hss sparked my interest though.

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  11. commented on Maggi Honey & Mustard Chicken review

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  12. I commented on treacle toffee

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  13. Can I have a pair? Bryant & May as written about by Christopher Fowler - Brilliant!

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  14. Pretty predictable - Sherlock Homes

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  15. Got to be Sherlock Holmes. He is the ultimate detective.

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  16. Miss Marple
    tizliz at btinternet dot com

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  17. can't read all of your facebook page name!

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  18. I love Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple.

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  19. Love to win this

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  20. poirot and sherlock holmes
    from samantha price

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  21. Dr. Mark Sloane from Diagnosis Murder!

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  22. Columbo

    Rachel Craig

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  23. I commented on Picture Book Review : Mr Hendrix - A.J. Foxx.

    Rachel Craig

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  24. I like the Jack Reacher novels by Lee Child

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  25. morse - loved the series and the jag

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  26. I love Hercule Poirot & his leetle grey cells!

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  27. sherlock or monk or doctor sloan

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  28. Sara Lund from the Scandinavian thrillers The Killing

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  29. I commented on the Little Mix post

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  30. Rebecca Gransden8 February 2014 at 12:26

    Jane Tennyson

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  31. Basil! (the great mouse detective! dont judge me!)

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  32. Do you remember The Equaliser? Oh Edward Woodward was so good!

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  33. It has to be Sherlock Holmes, especially after the excellent BBC dramatisation

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  34. I love the Jack Reacher series of books by Lee Chid

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  35. Agatha Christies Poirot!!

    Kel Ellen Hirst

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  36. it would have to be Foyle

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  37. Jessica Fletcher from murder she wrote

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  38. Jack Frost - David Jason is just fab at playing him :)

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  40. I don't normally read detective books but I am an avid book reader and this has sparked my interest!

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  41. Sherlock would always be my favorite

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  42. Morse and the follow-up Endeavour :)

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  43. I know he's more of a cop but I love Harry Bosch from the Michael Connolly books, wish they'd make the rest of the films x

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  44. DS Jessica Daniels (series by Kerry Wilkinson)

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  45. @veridianstorm (twitter)11 February 2014 at 06:16

    Gil Grissom

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  46. My favourite fictional detectives are Hercule Poirot, Sgt James Hathaway (from Lewis) and Jonathan Creek :-)

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  47. Got to be Poirot played by David Suchet
    Spencer Broadley
    s.broad@hotmail.co.uk

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  48. Milo Sturgis, from the Alex Delaware books y James Patterson :)

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  49. The ultimate - Sherlock Holmes

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  50. Used to love Bergerac!
    They are a bit dated now mind but still fab!

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  51. i also commented on http://welcomebacktothemadhouse.blogspot.co.uk/2011/07/we-found-new-park.html

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  52. alex cross form the novels of james patterson

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  53. has to be Sherlock Holmes ;-)

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  54. Roy Grace from the Peter James' novels

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  55. Sherlock Holmes

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