Win 150 ebooks from Sainsbury’s

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ebooksoftheyear2013Not to be outdone by Tesco or Amazon, UK supermarket chain Sainsbury’s has its own online bookshop which is selling ebooks across platforms. Whether you’ve got an iPad, Nexus, Kobo or Sony eReader, you can fill it up with crime fiction at the Sainsbury’s ebook site.

During the month of December, Sainsbury’s is inviting visitors to vote for the eBooks of the Year. Quite a number of crime books are amongst those on the long list of 150 titles compiled by the website’s editors. To vote, you have to visit the site, register, and then go to the eBooks of the Year section where you can make your selection. If you do vote, you’ll be entered into a draw to win more than 150 top eBooks.

If you head over there, watch out for some of the crime fiction titles that we’ve reviewed and rated in the past. They include:

cuckooscalling100Norwegian by Night by Derek B Miller
The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith (AKA you know who…)
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
The Dark Winter by David Mark
Close to the Bone by Stuart MacBride
Never Coming Back by Tim Weaver
The Black Box by Michael Connelly
Standing in Another Man’s Grave by Ian Rankin
Safe House by Chris Ewen

There are several more crime picks too. If you see one of your favourites on the list, go ahead and vote for it. Wouldn’t it be great if a crime fiction novel came top of the pile? And wouldn’t it be even better if you won those 150 books? There are also teen and children’s books categories which you can vote in as well.

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