Monday, June 16, 2008

Fatal Deduction by Gayle Roper


I'm giving away a copy, so leave a comment!
The first book I ever read by Gayle Roper was Caught in the Middle. I was excited to read such a well-written, page-turning romantic suspense and I knew I'd found an excellent Christian writer.

In Fatal Deduction, Gayle writes another great romantic suspense. The heroine, Libby, has to share a house with her twin sister, Tori. Not a happy prospect, since the two of them don't get along and never have. They only have to live together for six months in order to claim their rich aunt's inheritance, but a dead body turns up on the front doorstep her very first night there. What's worse, the murder seems to have something to do with Libby's twin. But Tori's not talking. Libby has to figure out what to do to protect herself, her sister, and her thirteen-yr-old daughter before the killer strikes even closer to home.

Throw in a love interest, a single dad who is her close neighbor, and you've got a winner. Love Gayle Roper. I highly recommend this and all her books, especially if romantic suspense is your thing. Let your comment and you might win a copy.

25 comments:

Andrew Clarke said...

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Robin Johns Grant said...

I'd love to read this one. Count me in!

Cheryl Shryack said...

This sounds like a great book. Please enter me in the drawing. My email address is shryackmom@charter.net

bigguysmama said...

Hi Melanie. Thanks for blogging on this book. I'd love an opportunity to read it. Please enter me!

In Him
Mimi B

mnjesusfreak at gmail dot com

Bethany said...

Gayle Roper is a fantastic writer. I've loved everything she's written, and I'm sure "Fatal Deduction" would be no exception. Please enter me in the drawing.
Thank you!
momofjimmy [at] yahoo [dot] com

Chandra said...

I'd love a chance to win Gayle's book. Please eneter me in the drawing!

Jessica said...

I'd love to win her book. I feel like I might've read a novel by her years ago. Her name gives me a good feeling, so I must've liked it. :-) Thanks Melanie! And Gayle!

Grateful Gramma said...

I'd love to read the book. Please enter my name in the drawing. Thanks!

D.H.F.C. said...

Hi, Melanie. Great blog! I was just wondering if you have done any reviews on any of Diann Hunt's books. I would be interested in possibly publishing it on our website if you have. Thanks!

shirlnay said...

I would love to win a copy of this book. Several months ago I ran across the suspense novels. I think I'm ruined now, it has been hard to settle in with a regular one.
So yes! please enter me. (-:

rene1designs (at) yahoo.com

Rose McCauley said...

I have read several of Gayle's well-written books, and would love to win this one! And Gayle is as sweet and lovely a person as she is a great writer!

Jo said...

I'd love to win a copy of this book. Sounds interesting and I have not read Gayle's books yet.

Blessings,
Jo
ladijo40(at)aol(dot)com

Terri Tiffany said...

I've read books by Gayle Roper before! She's great Please enter me in your contest.

~Ley said...

This book sounds great. Toss my name in!

ashley.vanburen[at]gmail[dot]com

Patricia W. said...

My favortie Gayle Roper books are the Seasons series but she writes wonderful suspense. I'd love to read this one. Count me in.

Pamela J said...

I'd love to win Fatal Deduction. I have not read any books by Gayle Roper yet but this sounds like a great one to start with. Thanks for entering me in your contest.
Pam
cepjwms at yahoo dot com

Stacey said...

Ooh, please toss my name in for the drawing. I've never read Gayle Roper, but I ADORE Christian romantic suspense. Thank you.

stacey_dale[at]yahoo[dot]com
word-up-studies.blogspot.com

Susan Stitch said...

Melanie,
I've never read any of Gayle Roper's books, but this sounds intriguing. Please include me in the drawing. I'm a parent of twins, so this is especially interesting.
Thanks,
Susan
likes_to_stamp@sbcglobal.net

Anonymous said...

I just recently discoved Gayle Roper na loved ever page of Caught In the Middle. Please count me in the drawing for Fatal Deduction.
AnnKnowles03@aol.com

Becky C. said...

This looks like a wonderful book.

Please enter me in the contest.

Becky C.
rec(at)hiwaay(dot)net

Beth said...

I'd love to win a copy of Fatal Attraction. Please enter me in the contest. ervin[dot]beth[at]gmail[dot]com.

Hope Chastain said...

Please enter me, too. I love Gayle's books! Thanks!

hope _ chastain [at] yahoo [dot] com (no spaces)

becca dowling said...

Love romantic suspense. Please enter me in the drawing for Gayle's Fatal Deduction.

Blessings,
becca.dowling[at]yahoo[dot]com

Lucie said...

Oooh count me in! "Fatal Deduction" by Gayle Roper sounds fantastic! Please enter me in the contest.

Thank you!

Blessings,
Lucie

LucieInCA (at) aol (dot) com

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