Saturday, November 19, 2011

Second Chance Giveaway: The Assassination of Governor Boggs by Rod Miller

Consider this your lucky day. The participants for this original giveaway didn't leave contact information, so I am running this giveaway for a second time, so you'll have a chance to pick up a copy of this great book by Rod Miller.

Here is what the book is about in the author's own words:

"The Assassination of Governor Boggs is a cold-case investigation into the 1842 attempted murder of Lilburn Boggs, former governor of Missouri. Given up for dead, and reported so in the newspapers, he survived. The crime was never solved. Twenty-five years later, following the Governor’s death, his family hires a Pinkerton agent to determine who fired the shot. We follow the investigator as he tracks down clues across the Old West on a trail that leads to Salt Lake City and Mormon gunfighter Porter Rockwell.

As a historical novel, the book is based on real people and events; it also a detective story, an Old West frontier novel, and something of a mystery."

To read our entire interview, please visit:

Since this is a second chance giveaway, there won't be any bonus entries. Here are the details:

1) You must be a follower of The Book Connection in order to win.

2) Leave a comment including your email address (you can't win if we don't have your email address).

3) Winner must be 18 years of age or older and reside in the United States.

Deadline to enter is 11:59 PM Eastern on Sunday, November 27, 2011. Only those following the rules of this contest are eligible to win. Book will be shipped to the winner via the author or his representative. The Book Connection is not responsible for lost or damaged goods.


rubynreba said...

I'm a follower and would really like to read this! Thanks!

Linda said...

How wonderful to have a second chance at this book. It sounds so intriguing.

I'm a Google follower. Thanks for the giveaway.


smokymtman said...

I am a follower connected through Yahoo and Google. I love books and intend to try my hand at writing. I especially enjoy nonfiction and fiction(based on fact) books about crime-solving. I would really like to read this book.

Crystal said...

I'm a follower. Thank you for the 2nd chance giveaway.