Book Giveaway: Ann Cleeves 'Wild Fire' | KCET
Book Giveaway: Ann Cleeves 'Wild Fire'
Are you a "Shetland" fan?
Now’s your chance to win 1 of 10 advance copies of “Wild Fire,” the next novel in the bestselling "Shetland" book series, autographed by acclaimed author Ann Cleeves --before its official September release date! “Wild Fire” has been announced as the final installment in the acclaimed book series.
The detective drama based on the successful series of novels by author Cleeves just debuted a new season airing on southern California’s KCET Mondays at 9 pm. The series follows DI Jimmy Perez, a detective who solves mysteries in a tight knit island community against the stunning backdrop of the beautiful but remote Shetland Isles in Scotland.
Don’t miss your chance to join Detective Jimmy Perez both on the page and on KCET in “Shetland.”
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This giveaway is now closed. Thanks to everyone who entered.
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