July 16, 2013

'The Tudor Conspiracy' Giveaway


As a follow-up to my review of The Tudor Conspiracy by C.W. Gortner, I have been given a copy of the novel for giveaway to one luck reader!

To enter, leave a comment here with your name and which historical Tudor figure you would like to see another Tudor 'mystery' involve!

All entries must be in by July 22nd at midnight. The winner will be randomly drawn and announced on July 23rd. Good luck!

30 comments:

  1. Can't wait to read this one! I'd love to know about the siblings raised with Elizabeth I following the death of Anne Boleyn.

    Sandy

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  2. Charles Brandon, because he is my 14th Great Grandfather.

    ~Cristiana Bell

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  3. I would love to read about Jane Rochford - The Lady in Waiting to two queens who was a very vindictive and vicious woman.

    Sharon

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    1. I feel like she would be a good one, too. She certainly got herself wrapped up in a lot of drama.

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  4. What an interesting book! I would love to own it. Every single Tudor is unique, and the research dedicated to them reveals more and more interesting aspects, but I've noticed that there are not many works dedicated to Lady Jane Grey. Having her as a main character in a mystery novel would be great!

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    1. With her inquisitive mind, she would have been a great detective!

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  5. What a fantastic book to have as a give-away! I would love to see Margaret Wyatt as a main character in a Tudor Mystery novel, as I think that she would have a wonderful insight to offer, having known the Boleyns since childhood, and being involved in their day to day lives.

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    1. Though not a mystery, Sandra Byrd's 'To Die For' is told from Margaret Wyatt's point of view. It's excellent, if you haven't read it yet!

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  6. Great Question!! I would love to see another Tudor mystery involving the children of Mary Boleyn...

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    1. I haven't really read a lot about them, other than the occasional mention in a book on Anne, Elizabeth, or Mary. I think something focusing on them would be great!

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  7. Can`t wait to read this,enjoyed the first book. Thx 4 the chance!!! I agree w/Beth, a mystery with Lady Jane would be great.

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  8. I'd like to see Thomas Wyatt featured. All tat traveling...so much intrigue!

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    1. That is an excellent point! He did a lot of traveling, and with his connection to Anne Boleyn, I'm sure he would have a lot of drama and intrigue to share!

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  9. I would absolutely love to have another Tudor novel to add to my library! I'm with one of the commenters above. I love reading about Jane Rochford- what an intriguing sociopath!

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  10. I have often wondered what Margaret, the sister of Henry VIII and Queen of Scotland was thinking from the northern border as her brother kept marrying and remarrying. She would have heard gossip, been mindful that her own descendants might becomes heirs to the English throne (as they finally did) and possibly involved herself in a little meddling. I'd like to read a perspective on Henry VIII from her point of view.

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  11. Anne Boleyn or Katherine Parr!

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  12. Thank you for the chance to win. I would love to see Mary Boleyn involved in a mystery.

    griperang at embarqmail dot com

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  13. Thank you for the giveaway! I would like to see a mystery story involving either Mary Tudor (sister of Henry VIII) or Anne Boleyn. denannduvall@gamil.com

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  14. Blanche Herbert, Lady Troy

    Sandra Taylor

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  15. Jane Seymour didn't last long after having prince Edward, I would love to see what you could do with her character.
    I love any Tudor based books though and would love to read about anyone.

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  16. I loved the first book and can not wait to read the sequel. I would love to see a Tudor mystery featuring Robert Dudley. His relationship with Elizabeth was so interesting and the mystery behind his wife's death is so mysterious--new evidence suggests that she was murdered. Dudley's wife was ill, I have always wondered if someone who was against the Queen had her murdered so that Dudley could not marry the queen.

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  17. I've never read this author before. The book sounds great. I'd love to see a Tudor mystery featuring Mary Tudor, Lady Jane Grey, or Charles Brandon.

    jenalang(at)live(dot)com

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  18. Everyone linked to the Tudors was intriguing - they couldn't help being dragged into every conspiracy going. I'd like to see a book focussing on the Dudleys.

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  19. I would love to read a novel about Jane Grey! :-)

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  20. I would love to see a mystery of Henry Percy.
    campbellamyd at gmail dot com

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  21. Hello, of course I am going to read The Tudor Conspiracy , but I also will like to read about Margaret Countess of Salisbury.

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  22. Kathryn Parr. I visited Sudeley Castle where she died and would love to learn more about her life after Henry's death.
    Ann

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  23. I forgot to leave my e-mail
    cozyintexas@yahoo.com

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  24. Probably any Boleyn...

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