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Giveaway: The Family Plot by Cherie Priest

cherie-priestDo you have a love for horror and ghost stories? I know I do! We have an exciting giveaway for Cherie Priest’s newest novel, The Family Plot, about a salvage house that is too good to be true. This haunted house story is quite eerie. Look for my review in the next few days!

This contest is provided by Tor/Macmillan and is open to US addresses only.

About Cherie:

Cherie Priest is the author of 19 books and novellas, most recently I Am Princess X, Chapelwood, and the Philip K. Dick Award nominee Maplecroft; but she is perhaps best known for the steampunk pulp adventures of the Clockwork Century, beginning with Boneshaker. Her works have been nominated for the Hugo and Nebula awards for science fiction, and have won the Locus Award (among others) – and over the years, they’ve been translated into nine languages in eleven countries. Cherie lives in Chattanooga, TN, with her husband and a small menagerie of exceedingly photogenic pets.

You can visit Cherie around the web here: Website | FacebookTwitter | Tumblr | Vine | Flickr

Want to read more from Cherie Priest?

Boneshaker Dreadnought Ganymede The Inexplicables Fiddlehead JacarandaClementine (The Clockwork C...Bloodshot HellbentMaplecroft ChapelwoodFour and Twenty Blackbirds Wings to the Kingdom Not Flesh Nor FeathersI Am Princess XFathomDreadful SkinThose Who Went Remain There...The Button Man and the Murd...The Family PlotBrimstone

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contest

This contest is provided by Tor/Forge!

One lucky reader will win a copy of The Family Plot!
(US only)

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Available September 20, 2016 from Tor/Macmillan

About this Book:

The author of the enormously successful Boneshaker returns to Tor with her unique take on the classic haunted house book

Chuck Dutton built Music City Salvage with patience and expertise, stripping historic properties and reselling their bones. Inventory is running low, so he’s thrilled when Augusta Withrow appears in his office offering salvage rights to her entire property. This could be a gold mine, so he assigns his daughter Dahlia to personally oversee the project.

The crew finds a handful of surprises right away. Firstly, the place is in unexpectedly good shape. And then there’s the cemetery, about thirty fallen and overgrown graves dating to the early 1900s, Augusta insists that the cemetery is just a fake, a Halloween prank, so the city gives the go-ahead, the bulldozer revs up, and it turns up human remains. Augusta says she doesn’t know whose body it is or how many others might be present and refuses to answer any more questions. Then she stops answering the phone.

But Dahlia’s concerns about the corpse and Augusta’s disappearance are overshadowed when she begins to realize that she and her crew are not alone, and they’re not welcome at the Withrow estate. They have no idea how much danger they’re in, but they’re starting to get an idea. On the crew’s third night in the house, a storm shuts down the only road to the property. The power goes out. Cell signals are iffy. There’s nowhere to go and no one Dahlia can call for help, even if anyone would believe that she and her crew are being stalked by a murderous phantom. Something at the Withrow mansion is angry and lost, and this is its last chance to raise hell before the house is gone forever. And it seems to be seeking permanent company.

The Family Plot is a haunted house story for the ages-atmospheric, scary, and strange, with a modern gothic sensibility to keep it fresh and interesting-from Cherie Priest, a modern master of supernatural fiction.

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15 Responses to “Giveaway: The Family Plot by Cherie Priest

  1. Kara SNo Gravatar
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    I don’t know; I don’t hope to haunt any myself. I want to rest in peace. Best wishes, Kara S

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  2. Anne CNo Gravatar
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    The only haunted house I have been are those on amusement parks. Thank heavens! I love reading horror books but I wouldn’t like being some place haunted with real poltergeists. :D

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  3. erinf1No Gravatar
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    honestly, no. I don’t believe in it for real life but I do like reading about it! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Sophia DNo Gravatar
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    Yes and we got the hell out of there. Some things you just do not mess with it!

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  5. malenkkaNo Gravatar
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    No, I haven’t but I do love a ghost story.

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  6. BrianNo Gravatar
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    While I’ve definitely stayed in paces that felt wrong, I can’t say for sure they were haunted. part of me wishes to go back and stay longer, and another part of me is much happier at not knowing.

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  7. danielle hammelefNo Gravatar
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    No haunted house for me yet, but maybe someday! Reading about it will be exciting.

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  8. Tammy VNo Gravatar
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    Not a true haunted house but we used to go to the ones they would make for Halloween in the area. One was a haunted forest and you had to walk through it. Very scary.

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  9. LyndaNo Gravatar
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    I’ve only ever been in a haunted house once, but it was a “fake” one at an amusement park! And I don’t think I’d ever care to go in one again. I love scary books, but in real life…? Not so much.

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  10. ChristinaNo Gravatar
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    I was living alone and a towel I had never seen before appeared in my basement. No one had been over. Threw it away.

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  11. Diana P-SNo Gravatar
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    I have lived in a house that was haunted by a lady who played dominos at night and you could always smell the scent of roses when she was there. She never bothered us or anything, just wanted to play dominos in her house. She was my mother-in-law and had died a decade before we moved into the house.

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  12. Amanda PereiraNo Gravatar
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    Ugh, I wish. Rather, I’ve been in houses purported to be haunted, but nver seen or experienced anything :(

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  13. Barbara E.No Gravatar
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    I have never experienced a haunted house, just made up ones. :D I’d love to visit one though, I think it would be fascinating.

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  14. NatashaNo Gravatar
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    No I never have.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  15. MaureenNo Gravatar
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    No, and I’m more than happy about that.

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