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Win a signed paperback copy of The Genehunter

Sunday, 28 June 2015

Update: this competition has now closed and the three winners notified. Sorry if the giveaway gods didn't smile upon you. The Genehunter is available for purchase as either an ebook or a paperback from Amazon.

Want to win a signed, paperback copy of The Genehunter? I'm giving away three.


Some secrets are best left buried...

Simms is a genehunter, paid to track down the DNA of the famous and infamous of history for his clients' private collections. What they do with the DNA isn't his problem - even if they are using it to create illegal clones.


"Reminded me of some of the best William Gibson books"
"Read this series and loved it. Read it again and loved it more"
"Cracking good read"




If you're one of the winners, I'll sign the book according to your requirements and cover postage out to wherever you are. The Rafflecopter entry form is below.



Thanks and good luck. Please spread the word!

52 comments:

  1. This sounds like a great read, thanks for the giveaway

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  2. Love this sort of book and I need something to read on holiday so I can ignore the kids! Thank you!

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    1. Heh. You pretty much deserve to win on the basis of this comment alone!

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    2. LOL ... would it be rude to ask how heavy the book is :-D
      (The heavier the better!)

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    3. My scales say it's about 250g, Of course, there are also electronic versions available that weight nothing at all (if my physics is right).

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  3. sounds an intriguing read - thanks

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  4. Not heavy enough for "crowd control" of the kids by the pool then! :-)
    Re mass of electronic book ... I think if data is represented by electrons travelling the WWW then the total mass of data on the internet would be about the same as the mass of a strawberry ... not sure if that's a big one or a little one though!?

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    1. Sorry, will try and write heavier books! So the internet weighs the same as a strawberry? Whether that's true or not I'm going to start telling people...

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    2. The more we repeat this information the truer it becomes!?

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    3. Yes, except we're adding to the weight of the internet by saying it, so sooner or later we'll have to switch to, say, a tangerine.

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    4. as long as it's an "easy-peel" ... gotta keep the kids happy!

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  5. Cool. Good luck with the new books too. Loved Matt's comment above :)

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  6. Perfect material or a book, should be captivating and leave one thinking!

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  7. Hi your new book sounds amazing thanks

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    1. Thanks for dropping by and entering!

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  8. Thanks for the competition! - Harry Alty

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  9. Sounds like my kind of book!

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  10. Hi Simon.

    Your books look very interesting!

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  11. Whooo! This looks like a very successful giveaway. Look at all the comments. Loved the book.

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  12. Book looks like a perfect holiday read!

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  13. Jeff's post at Untethered Rhelms fuelled my booky lust and your generosity meant I had to come and visit. Is it just me, or is this only a step away...

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  14. Sounds like a great read to escape into :)

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  15. Competition entered. Would love to have a read of this,

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  16. Is this like eBay where you stand a better chance of winning towards the end? Glad I entered with plenty of time left...if not.

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  17. Sounds like a spine chiller, and I do love those.

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  18. Awesome hope everyone is well

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  19. Thanks for the giveaway :) Tantalising description - draws you in and makes me want to know more!

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  20. Sounds like an interesting read

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