J. Taylor Publishing are giving away FIVE ARCs of Burdin of Choice by Alexander Nader!
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Ty Burdin is back. Back to drinking and back to avoiding demons. He is, of course, the leading expert in his field. In both subjects. That’s probably why, when a customer offers him way too much money just to locate a missing car and some mysterious cargo, he readily agrees. The dude is human after all—Ty’s prime target client base. Along with the money comes a slew of disappearances which Ty tries to ignore while tracking down that car, because, of course, those missing people might be demon related, and as he’s said before, that’s agency business. Not his. Period. Until today. Ty Burdin is to back drinking as well as everything he vowed never to get involved with again. Question is, which one will kill him first? The booze, the demons, or the Agency?
Ty is full of quick-draw wit that'll have readers chuckling just as much for the second time around in Burdin of Choice.
And J. Taylor Publishing is giving away FIVE ARC copies.
You don’t even have to be a book blogger!
Nope, so long as you are willing to leave an honest review* by November 14th 2014, you are eligible to enter.
Then, just fill out the form and keep your fingers crossed.
You have until midnight of October 19th, 2014 to enter.
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About Alexander Nader
Alex lives in the tourist infested hills of east Tennessee with his amazing wife/muse and three superb children. He would tell you more about how awesome they are, but you probably wouldn’t believe him. When he’s not hanging out with them he’s making pizzas. When he’s not doing that he’s working at a bookstore and occasionally he jots a few words down. He’s a big fan of good music, good storytelling, and mixed martial arts. He once wrote a short story about pirates to his wife via text message that blossomed into a full length novel and never stopped after that.