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Monday, December 17, 2012

A Super Stocking Stuffer Deadly Straits by Bob McDermott


Deadly Straits - A Great Stocking Stuffer at $1.49

I really enjoy Bob’s work and Deadly Straits was terrific!  Jump on this for a great and inexpensive holiday gift.

From Bob: for the next 7 days, Deadly Straits will be available on Kindle and Nook for only $1.49.
So why am I telling you, a previous reader of Deadly Straits? First, because I hope you'll help me spread the word about the sale, either by forwarding this email, or on Facebook, Twitter, etc.  And secondly, because at $1.49, Deadly Straits would make a great stocking stuffer.

So how do you give an ebook as a stocking stuffer? Actually, it's pretty easy.

On Amazon
1. Go to the Deadly Straits page at http://www.amazon.com/Deadly-Straits-ebook/dp/B0057AMO2A

2. Click on "Give as Gift" in the upper right hand corner.

3. When the next screen appears, send the gift to your own email.

4. You will get an email with a redemption code and instructions for claiming the book. Just print this email out, fold it, and put it in the recipient's stocking.

(Note to Amazon UK users. I'm sorry but the 'gift' function doesn't seem to be there on Amazon UK.)

On Nook

1. Go to the Deadly Straits page at http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/deadly-straits-re-mcdermott/1103871471?ean=2940012871121

2. Click on "Buy as Gift" just to the right of the orange "Buy Now" bar near the bottom center of the screen.

3. Follow the on screen prompts, and when the screen appears asking you where to send the gift, send it to your own email.

4. You will get an email with a redemption code and instructions for claiming the book. Just print this email out, fold it, and put it in the recipient's stocking.

(Full Disclosure - I've used the Amazon process before and it works well. I have no personal experience with the B&N gift process.)
This book may have been received free of charge from a publisher or a publicist. That will NEVER have a bearing on my recommendations.

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