Book Spotlight & Giveaway: The Color of Fear

Top Three Reasons This Looks Like a Great Read To Welcome Fall:

1. I crave mysteries in the fall. There is something about colder weather that makes them a delicious read.
2. There is a Native American connection.
3. The subject matter seems timely based on current events.

P.S. - I love the San Francisco at night cover! It is inspiring some serious travel wanderlust in me.

A knock on the door in the middle of the night. It can only be bad news, and it is: Sharon's father Elwood has been the victim of a vicious, racially-motivated attack. A nationally recognized Shoshone Indian artist, he'd been visiting Sharon for the holidays, browsing for gifts in San Francisco's exclusive Marina district when he was set upon by a mob of angry young men. Now, Elwood lies in a coma, hovering between life and death. With little progress on the investigation from the overworked, short-handed police, Sharon resolves to track down Elwood's attackers and bring them to justice herself. But when Sharon starts receiving hate-filled, racist threats, it's clear that Elwood's attackers aren't planning to come quietly...

We have TWO copies of The Color of Fear up for grabs thanks to Grand Central Publishing. This giveaway is open to US and Canadian residents. You must be 18+ years of age to win. Reading Lark is not responsible for lost or damaged prizes. The publisher will be responsible for prize delivery.

The giveaway runs from August 28 - September 4. Winner will be notified via email on September 5.