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The Four Corners of the Sky by Michael Malone

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In Michael Malone’s brand new novel The Four Corners of the Sky, Annie’s father gave her a lot more than an old broken-down airplane when he took off.  After leaving her to be raised by her aunt and uncle, he also gave her a mystery to solve years later; a mystery that would change everything.  Annie’s father Jack is a con artist who, after abandoning his daughter for years without any word, has resurfaced and suddenly needs her help.  Now a successful Navy pilot, Anne isn’t so willing to take the bait – but perhaps if he agrees to finally tell her who her mother is…

The Four Corners of the Sky is suspenseful, humorous, and filled with mystery.  New York Times Best-Selling Author Michael Malone gives us a host of unforgettable characters, both dramatic and humorous, and a plot that will keep you guessing right up to the end.  This his tenth novel, Malone offers an entertaining read to a large audience base.  Whether you’re a mystery, romance, thriller, or comedy reader, you’ll find it in aces in The Four Corners of the Sky.

Want to win your own hardcover copy?  The book debuted this week, so enter to win while you’re still the first in your book club to hear about it! ($24.99 retail)

Multiple Options for Entry:

1.) Just give me a con!  Try and sell me a watch, snow me, or tell me about a con you experienced or heard about.  Ever buy some land in Florida?  Get creative!  (You may enter once a day.) Remember, leave an interesting comment.  If I cannot contact the winner, you might be chosen instead based on your comment.

2.) Email subscribers get an extra entry for as long as their subscription is active.

     Already a subscriber?  Leave me a separate comment on this post to let me know you’re interested in this giveaway.

     Want to subscribe?  Just enter your email address in the “Subscribe” box on the left. (Please make sure to verify your Feedburner subscription by responding to the email they send you. If you do not receive it, check your junk mail. Only verified subscriptions are entered for all the giveaways.)

3.) Blog about this giveaway on your blog with a link back to this post.  Come back and leave me a Comment with a link to your blog post. (If your comment doesn’t show up right away, don’t worry – I may have to approve it first.  My blog might think it’s spam but gosh darn, I certainly don’t!)

4.) I’m feeling Twittery.  If you Twitter a link to this giveaway, come back and comment here to let me know your Twitter name for another entry! (I’m dkmommy if you want to follow me.)

Feel free to do all four to gain several entries to win! You have until midnight EST on Tuesday, May 19, 2009, to enter.

130 comments to The Four Corners of the Sky by Michael Malone

  • I would like to sell you a small bottle of special, fizzy water straight from the fountain of youth! Oh, but I wish that was true! Thanks for this giveaway. The book looks very interesing.

  • Ann

    My husband once told me that I HAD to rinse canned beans really, really well because the liquid they were canned in was dangerous to eat. I was so naive and believed him for years!

  • Karen Gonyea

    My 05/18 entry :)

  • Katelyn Watkinson

    I am just out of my teens. My job was working on conning my parents!

  • Carol Thompson

    No cons to report on but I am a subscriber so please enter me in the giveaway.



  • Sabine Blanch

    My husband came home on day with a suround sound speaker system that he had bought from someone selling it out of his truck for $200 dollars. He was very exited about this “great” deal. The same day I had seen the same speaker system sold at a local store for $40 dollars!

  • Lindsay

    You know I’m really good friends with a VERY famous actress(I’m not naming names here) Anyway, she’s invited me to vacation with her in Como, Italy (George Clooney lives right down from her!)And she said I can bring along a friend…Wanna come? All you have to do is give me your credit card info and I’ll book you a flight….She’s flying from somewhere else otherwise we’d go with her on her private jet…Just let me know, k?

  • Christina

    My significant other was working outside repairing household items in the little yard/concrete area (we live in a city) and a guy came up to him and asked to borrow his drill! He GAVE it to him, based on the guy writing down his address (two blocks away) and misspelling the name of the street, which was a simple name! He was duped because the guy said he would bring it right back!

  • Buddy Garrett

    I haven’t fallen for them but every morning there are ads for schools advertising for careers in the medical fields, criminal justice and food service. They lead you to believe you will have a fabulous career in 18 months. Come on you would be lucky to get a job paying the minimum wage if you get a job. Another of my favorite is these personal injury attorneys saying one call that’s all.

  • Aliya D.

    I think all the late night promo ads are all scams. Please accept this as my entry for May 19, 2009… Thank you!

  • gloria

    I was at a flea market and a guy wanted to sell me a “diamond ring” for $500. He said it was worth $5,000.00. He said he inherited from his aunt. I didn’t believe him of course. What a con man!

  • Helen Watkinson

    sadly, we’ve all been victims at one time or another

  • Lorie Shewbridge

    Not too proud to admit being conned YWICE! First: joining an online travel agency, didn’t make any money but it cost us about $800. Second, funny you should mention buying land in Florida….. we DID. Now we’re out too much to mention. Remember those words in “The X-Files?” TRUST NO ONE!!!! That is now our motto….
    Thanks for the chance to win what looks like a really good read.

  • Lorie Shewbridge

    I subscribe to your blog.

  • Lenae Swrtz

    I get tele calls daily offering bail-outs for my debts. I don’t have debts.

  • Phyllis Jenkins

    My future in-laws wanted to sell me magic crystals. There was a magic crystal for everything even one to triple gas mileage.

  • R Schulz

    I subscribe.

  • R Schulz

    If I had the money from all the email lotteries I have won I’d be one of the richest people on earth.

  • R Hicks

    A great con that happened in our neighbor hood was when some people went door to door begging for money with a sob story that was not true

  • R Hicks

    subscribe via email

  • I bought a set of three “pen inhalers” that you were supposed to sniff when you were feeling hungry in order to lose weight. What a con that was. I still shake my head wondering how come I ever thought it would work!

    tammys last blog post..Zenses Rainforest Review – Nintendo DS

  • Lily Kwan

    I heard about these magnetic bracelets that are supposed to make you immortal. What a laugh!

  • Lily Kwan

    I subscribed by email.

  • Heather C

    I have the BEST investment opportunity. Put money in, the banks use the money to loan to other corporations world-wide, then your return is around at least 20%. You can take it out whenever you want, and the more you put in, the higher your return. Plus, you don’t have to pay taxes!

  • I just read this book and am very impressed. A great read.

  • I am about half way through this book and like it so far. I need to find some time to finish the rest of it though.

  • I don’t really regret to visit a site like this. it’s really good to see some great information on how you can deal with things.

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