January 17, 2012

For The Love Of Books #Giveaway: Warehouse 13: A Touch of Fever by Greg Cox

SYNOPSIS:

THE UNKNOWN HAS AN ADDRESS. . . .

Hidden away in the Badlands of South Dakota, Warehouse 13 is a top-secret repository for historical artifacts imbued with dangerous supernatural properties. Secret Service agents Pete Lattimer and Myka Bering are ever on the lookout for loose artifacts threatening to ruin the world’s day. Their mission:“Snag it, bag it, tag it.”

Reports of a genuine psychic healer, along with a simultaneous epidemic of mysterious illnesses, lead Myka and Pete on a hazardous investigation that stretches from a carnival sideshow back to the bloody history of the Civil War. But when Pete is infected with a deadly disease, Myka and the rest of the team, including Artie Nielsen and Claudia Donovan, must track down a pair of cursed gloves—before a madman unleashes a virulent plague upon America!

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26 comments:

  1. Thanks for the giveaway. Just visited Mr. Cox web site and he was a consulting editor for Tor books.

    lizzi0915 at aol dot com

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  2. Greg has written short stories and books bases on C.S.I. and many movies. I love mysteries, thrillers and can't wait to read.

    Some of the spaces for listing link did not show up on entery.?

    misskallie2000

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  3. I learned that he wrote the movie novelization for Ghost Rider. Please enter me in contest. Tore923@aol.com

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  4. I really liked the pictures of his pets.

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  5. He wrote a book based off Buffy.
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  6. The picture of the dog Lyla is ADORABLE!

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  7. The author has written movie AND tv show novelizations, pretty neat.

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  8. His CSI novel, Headhunter, received a Scribe Award from
    the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers

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  9. I learned that Greg won a Scribe award!

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  11. He wrote a CSI novel called Headhunter.

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  12. He wrote quite a few Star Trek books.

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  13. His CSI novel, Headhunter, received a Scribe Award from
    the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers.

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  14. I learned that He wrote the official
    movie novelizations of DAREDEVIL, GHOST RIDER,
    DEATH DEFYING ACTS.

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  15. I learned he helped with writing for Ghost Rider
    Diane Baum
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  16. I learned there is someone (Greg Cox) writing stories about some of my husband's favorite shows. Thanks

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  17. I had learned that he has a book on Roswell.
    erma2167@sbcglobal.net

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  18. I learned he has written movie novelizations, including my favorite, CSI!

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  19. Greg also works as a Consulting Editor for Tor Books

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  20. He wrote the novelization of the Underword films; my wife's favorites.
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  21. I learned that he has written books and short stories based on popular tv series. One of them was Farscape which was my favorite sci-fi show.
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  22. wrote the novelization of the Underword films
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  23. I learned that Greg wrote some Alias novels.

    annettekz2@yahoo.com

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  24. I learned that His CSI novel, Headhunter, received a Scribe Award from
    the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers.

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  25. Greg is a New York Times bestselling author

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