Thursday, 31 January 2008

Blog Tour of Reluctant Smuggler by Jill Elizabeth Nelson and Aussie Giveaway!

Synopsis:~

Looting of archaeological sites is big business in a thriving art and antiquities black market. When a desperate foreign government hires Desiree Jacobs’s security company to stop the hemorrhage, she runs afoul of a deadly art-for-drugs operation. Tony Lucano risks his rising career in the FBI to dive into the international underworld after her. Before either of them can come up for air, they must navigate through a deepening murk of ruthless looters, hair-trigger DEA agents, crooked government agents, and innocent bystanders caught up in an illegal trade beyond their understanding. Even if a miracle delivers Desi and Tony from evil, will their love survive the test?

Complete with a reader’s guide, this third book in the To Catch a Thief series explores the power of hope in the darkest of circumstances.



Author Bio:~

Jill Elizabeth Nelson graduated with a degree in literature and creative writing from Southwest State University in Marshall, Minnesota. She served for three years as the senior inspirational reviewer for Romantic Times BOOKclub magazine and is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Christian Writers Group, and Christian Authors Network. In 2004, she served as a Christy Award judge in the romance category. Jill and her husband have four children and live in Madison, Minnesota.

To purchase this book, click here.

I was hoping to post my review but due to family illness, I am only halfway through the book but as another famous PI would say, "...and loving it"! Check back soon for my thoughts on this final instalment. You can read my review of the second book Reluctant Runaway, here.

I am thrilled to be giving away two copies of Reluctant Smuggler so:~

1. Provide an Aussie mailing addy;

2. Post a comment by midnight Thursday 7th February: and

3. Tell me one famous art treasure you have seen or would like to see!



Here's mine ~ the Mona Lisa ~ Steve and I saw it at the Louvre in 1996 and what a shock! Let's just say it's reputation
is a whole lot bigger than its size :)

10 comments:

Ausjenny said...

You know im not really into art but i did enjoy seeing Sydney Nolans paintings of Paradise Garden series
in the victoria arts centre
Please enter me.

Jill said...

Thanks so much for featuring Reluctant Runaway on your blog. I hope my readers have at least as much fun reading the book as I did writing it!

Excellent Blessings,

Jill
http://www.jillelizabethnelson.com

Tracy said...

I have not long since finished 'Reluctant Burglar' and absolutely loved it. Can't wait to read the rest of this series!

Could you put me in the draw?

And the famous painting I've seen. Hmmm....golly. I've only been to the NGV twice in my life (yeah, I'm not art person) and I do remember seeing some beautiful paintings by Monet. I love his stuff. Muted gardens with gentle colours suits me better than a Picasso!

Angela said...

Rel, I have to agree, I too have seen the Mona Lisa painting and wow, I had to lean in close (not that you can get too close) to see much at all.

I've seen Picasso's works.

Please add my name to the hat

Tamara Leigh said...

Wow! Sounds like another winner. I thoroughly enjoyed "Reluctant Burglar". Another one for my TBR list!

Jewlz said...

I'm not really into art, so I guess I'd like to go and see the Mona Lisa.
Please enter me.
itsmyemail (at) bigpond.com

ad said...

Sounds like a good book so please add me in too.I love Micheal Angelos work especially the Sistine chapel.

Naomi said...

I don't really know which one I would like to see either. But I know I would love to go to the Louvre and see them all.

Jen said...

Not sure there is one particular art piece I want to see but I did enjoy looking at some of Monet's work in Europe and liking them. Ta Rel

Nolene said...

I know nothing about art. So the only thing I can think of is that I would like to actually see some of Da Vinici's work(not necessarily the Mona Lisa) and also Michael Angelo's apparently magnificent things.

Even though I am not into art. I love these books and can't wait for this one!

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