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On the Ninth Day of Christmas…

December 21, 2013

proofToday, I’m giving away a copy of Proof of Guilt by Charles Todd.  This is the fifteenth book in Todd’s Ian Rutledge series, but it’s not the sort of series where you have to start at any particular place, so don’t let that put you off.
It’s Christmas and I’m at the bookstore, so I’ll have to keep today’s entry short.  In this volume Rutledge is searching for the secrets behind the death of an unidentified man whose body was left on a quiet residential street in London.
At first it looks like just another traffic fatality, but closer examination shows that the body was moved.  Things become even more suspicious when it turns out that the house closest to the scene is owned by a man who did intelligence work during the war.  Could that really be a coincidence?

To enter the contest leave me a comment about the strangest coincidence you’ve ever experienced.  And don’t forget to enter the other giveaways!

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Jasmine permalink
    December 25, 2013 8:23 pm

    Let me see, coincidence. On reflection, my life isn’t very coincidence-ful, but coming back home for christmas last year, I did meet a friend of mine in a gas station. This is unusual because a.) I met this friend in a city on the other side of the province, 6 hours away by car, b.) I was 8 hours behind in traveling home because of weather delays, and c.) we hadn’t seen each other in a year and a half. It was a jolly addition to a journey home that was getting pretty drab at this point.

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