Monday, February 6, 2012

Giveaway - Crime Novel: Luck of the Draw by Anthony J. Cardieri

Thank you to Anthony for sending me this book for my honest review, which you can find here.  He has also agreed to a giveaway of Luck of the Draw, he said he can handle book giveaways not BMW's ;-)

International Giveaway - Ends Feb 29

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About the author

Anthony J. Cardieri was born and raised in the great CITY of Brooklyn, NY on July 16, 1965. His father, Vincent, is a retired NYC police detective. His mother, Mary, is a retired postal worker and homemaker. Anthony is one of eight children (4 boys, 4 girls) and learned to tell stories as a defense mechanism to get himself out of constant trouble.
Anthony attended Sts. Simon & Jude Catholic School and Lafayette High School, both in Brooklyn, and worked as an accountant, electrician, and as an employee of the NYC Dept. of Sanitation when his studies were completed. He rose through the ranks of the DSNY and is now a District Superintendent in the Brooklyn South area. Anthony moved to Staten Island in 1997 and still resides there.
Anthony is married to his wife, Tammy, and has three children, Nicholas 14, Matthew 12, and Lauren 7. He is signed to a contract with St. Martin's Press and is represented by Nancy Coffey of Nancy Coffey Literary & Media Representation.


  1. This sounds likes a good one.

  2. Wow, he comes from my neck of the woods. My Mama went to Lafayette, and St.Simon and Jude was her Parish. I actually went to a rival High, New Utrecht. Small world. My hubs is retired NYPD.


  3. I know you weren't sold on this one, but since I love the genre and debut novels I'd love a chance to win!
    stacybooks at yahoo

  4. I'd like to be counted in anyway for this one!


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