ENTER TO WIN: Cash, Wine, and Chocolate in Celebration of ‘Danger in Plain Sight’

Life may have slowed down in a lot of ways this year, but for Callie James, it has never been more action-packed. In Burt Weissbourd’s latest thriller, the reader is transported right onto Seattle’s streets, with a story that will keep you at the edge of your seat! To commemorate the new release, we have some incredible prizes that one very lucky winner will be going (or rather staying) home with.

To celebrate the release of Danger in Plain Sight, we have got a collection of prizes that will make even your French ex-husband jealous. From cash and literature, to fine wines and chocolate, we’ll have you sorted for any drama your past throws at you!

 

What can I win? 

 

  • $200 Visa gift card to put a downpayment on your own Seattle restaurant (or pay off the damages from the SUV in the window!)
  • Start building your wine cellar with $150 wine.
  • Not only that, $50 of Godiva chocolate is yours for the taking.
  • To keep you on the edge of your seat – but entertained – we have a signed hardcover copy of Danger in Plain Sight!

ENTER TO WIN!

Celebrate in Style! Enter for a Chance to WIN Cash, Wine, Chocolate and a Signed Book (Contest on Hive.co)

 

 

About the Book

 

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Celebrated Seattle restaurateur Callie James is more than a little thrown when her ex-husband, French investigative reporter Daniel Odile-Grand, shows up after fourteen years asking for her help. Even more disturbing: as she throws him out, Daniel is deliberately hit by a car, hurled through the front window of her restaurant—broken, bloody and unconscious. He flees from the hospital and breaks into Callie’s apartment, where he passes out. Reluctantly, Callie hides him. When she gets back to her restaurant, two assassins walk in, insisting that she find Daniel for them by tonight or pay the consequences.

Overwhelmed and hopelessly out of her depth, Callie hires the only man she knows who can help her: Cash Logan, her former bartender, a man she had arrested for smuggling ivory through her restaurant two years earlier, and who still hasn’t forgiven her.

The assassins blow up her restaurant. It’s Callie’s nightmare. And the worst is yet to come as she and her unlikely, incompatible ally discover that the most perilous dangers are far closer to home than they’d imagined.

 

This is a thrilling read that will keep you hooked from the very first page. From Callie’s French restaurant in the heart of Seattle, to its underbelly rife with terrorism, death, romance, guns, the novel is action-packed and paced to perfection. Beyond the action and the drama, the character development is solid, you’ll be rooting for Callie, Cash, and their love/hate relationship. Whether you’re looking to spice up quarantine life with a bit of action, or get lost in the pages of an engaging thriller, Danger in Plain Sight is the one for you. Get your hands on a signed, hardcover copy here!

 

 

About the Author

 

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Burt Weissbourd is a novelist, screenwriter and producer of feature films. He was born in 1949 and graduated cum laude from Yale University, with honors in psychology. While a student, he volunteered at the Museum of Modern Art in Paris and taught English to college students in Thailand. After graduation, he wrote, directed, and produced educational films for Gilbert Altschul Productions. He began a finance program at the Northwestern University Graduate School of Business, but left to start his own film production company in Los Angeles. He managed that company from 1977 until 1986, producing films including Ghost Story and Raggedy Man. In 1987, he founded an investment business, which he still runs.

His previous works include: Corey Logan Trilogy (Inside Passage, Teaser, and Minos), and In Velvet. Danger in Plain Sight is his fifth and latest novel, and the beginning of Callie James’ story!

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