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I very much enjoyed having all of you participate in deciding what book I should read next.  It was a surprise that I anxiously awaited opening.  I hope all of you enjoyed participating and maybe you even found some new authors that you would like to try!

As you can see, I am going to do another “What Should I Read Next?” book giveaway.  This time I decided to narrow the field down to Suspense books.  As you can see, there are good authors here with some really interesting book premises.

I have picked out six suspense books that I would be interested in reading next.  You will have the opportunity to vote on which one you want me to read.  You can vote once a day if you want and you can vote for a different book each time or keep on voting for a favorite.  At the end of the month, whichever book has the most votes will be the one that I will read next!  AND…  I will give that book to the winner when I am finished with it!  You will also be able to earn extra entries for commenting about why you chose that book and for sharing about this giveaway on social media.

Here are the six books you can choose from…

What Should I Read Next? Book Giveaway May 2016 |

Click on the links to find out more about each one (these are not affiliated links):

Centralia by Mike Dellosso

Dandelion Moon by Hannah Alexander

Frame 232 by Wil Mara

Gone To Ground by Brandilyn Collins

Taken by Dee Henderson

Visible Threat by Janice Cantore


To enter the giveaway, just fill out the Rafflecopter form below.  Open to readers with USA mailing addresses only.  No purchase necessary.  Void where prohibited by law.  The winner will be notified via email and will have one week to respond back to me with their mailing information.  Good luck and Thank you for stopping by.

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52 thoughts on “What Should I Read Next? (May 2016) Book Giveaway

    1. Hi Gail! Hannah Alexander certainly has a way of pulling you into the story. Thanks for voting and good luck! 🙂

  1. They are all such good sounding books and I wavered between about 3 of them but always Dee Henderson has such good books that she always has to be top of the list.

    1. I know Stella. All really good choices, I think. Dee is really talented. Thanks for voting and good luck! 🙂

  2. It sounds intriguing w/ the women each blaming a different man! I read Centralia and it is a very good suspenseful book.

  3. I voted for “Dandelion Moon”. I really enjoyed the review of the book and also liked the cover. Adding to my TBR list. This is a new author to me.

    1. That is awesome Dianne 🙂 – I am so happy to be able to introduce you to a new author! Thanks for voting and good luck.

  4. Centralia sounds like a book along the lines of the movie Flightplan staring Jodie Foster. Hopefully it will be a good twist.

    1. I have not read any of Brandilyn Collins books before but I have heard good things about them. Thanks for voting Caryl and good luck! 🙂

  5. It’s a toss-up for me between Centralia, Taken and Visible Threat. I really want to read more Janice Cantore books, but I’m choosing Taken by Dee Henderson. Out of the three that’s the one I would read first.

    1. Keep coming back and voting Terrill, you can throw a few votes toward the other two if as well if you want 🙂 – Good luck!

  6. I voted for Centralia because I’ve heard so many great things about it! But I can make an argument for several of these 😀

  7. The book, “Dandelion Moon” sounds intriguing.
    Thanks for entering me in your giveaway,

  8. Several great choices are given! I know Dee Henderson’s name on a book mean that it will be excellent.

  9. “Visible Threat” is a wonderful read with lots of twists that you don’t see coming.

  10. I’ve only read Brandilyn of these so that’s the one I choose. At some point I’d like to branch out to Dee Henderson as I’ve heard her books are really good.

    1. I have not read Brandilyn’s books although I’ve heard good things about them. I have read quite a few of Dee’s and can highly recommend them, particularly her O’Malley series. 🙂 Thanks for voting and good luck!

  11. I voted for Gone to Ground — I’d vote for ANYTHING Brandilyn Collins. Oh, my, that woman can write suspense! Better make sure you have a copy of the runner up book, coz you’ll probably finish it in one day. They are impossible to put down!

    1. LOL Oh Susan, I am definitely intrigued now. I love suspense books that are hard to put down! Thanks for voting and good luck! 🙂

  12. Visible Threat sounds intriguing to me along with the photo of the woman with the gun!

    1. I think there are some really good covers here, don’t you Sally? Thanks for voting and good luck! 🙂

  13. I picked Dee Henderson’s “Taken” because I really like her stories! I think I’ve just about read everything my library has of hers. She’s a great suspense author & always pulls me into the story 🙂

    1. I completely agree with you Trixi 🙂 – Dee’s O’Malley series is a keeper series on my bookshelves. Thanks for voting and good luck!

  14. Today I voted for Gone To Ground because it is the one I would choose to read first. There are several on this list that would be great ones to read but this one sounded the most suspenseful to me. I haven’t read any books by this author yet but will have to add this one to my TBR stack!

  15. I chose Taken, because I read all of Dee Henderson’s books and I haven’t read this one yet.

  16. I chose Hannah Alexander Dandelion Moon love her books as well as Brandilyn Collins.

    1. Both good choices Elma – don’t forget you can vote every day to give your favorites a boost. Thanks for voting. 🙂

  17. I LOVE Dee Henderson’s books! She has a way of weaving the plot & characters that keeps me guessing!

  18. Taken is the only one I’ve read of this group and it was excellent! The ones by Hannah Alexander, Janice Cantore and Brandilyn Collins are definitely on my TBR list though!

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