Book Giveaway: Vera [Closed] | KCET
Book Giveaway: Vera [Closed]
"Vera" fans: We're giving away a book a day!
Haven’t had a chance to meet "Vera" yet? Now is the perfect time to tune-in. You can start from the beginning as KCET broadcasts Season One of “Vera” starting Sunday, July 3 at 10 p.m.
And to celebrate all things "Vera," KCET will be giving away one copy of the book, Silent Voices -- A Vera Stanhope Mystery, autographed by its author, Ann Cleeves, every day in July. So come on and enter – you have 31 chances to win your very own autographed copy of this thrilling mystery book (California residents only)!
Here’s more about the series:
Academy Award nominee and BAFTA winner Brenda Blethyn ("Secrets and Lies"; "Atonement") stars as Chief Inspector Vera Stanhope in the American Public Television-distributed detective series "Vera". Vera is an experienced and brilliant murder investigator in the North East England county of Northumberland. Kind-hearted but an inherent loner, Vera freely admits she can become obsessed with her job; driven by her own demons, the detective faces the world with caustic wit, guile, and courage.
"Vera" continues to be one of KCET’s most beloved television series. See where it all began with Season One, Sundays at 10 p.m. on KCET.
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