Monday, December 10, 2012

Giveaway: Hobbes End Publishing presents "Khost" by Vincent Hobbes

Today I'm hosting Hobbes End Publishing, founded by Vincent Hobbes (who has since moved on to full-time writing) and now run by Jairus Reddy. Jairus Reddy is giving away three copies of Vincent Hobbes' latest book, Khost, to three lucky winners today!

Please note: You must be able to accept an e-book gifted to you from Amazon to receive the e-book.  If you do not have a Kindle, that's okay - you can read the e-book in the Amazon Cloud or by downloading the free e-book desktop reader.

Some information on Khost, since it is brand new and I haven't had a chance to pick up and read a copy of it yet:

Synopsis (courtesy of Goodreads): 1984. The Soviet Union is locked in a bitter war in Afghanistan against the Mujahideen. To make matters worse, they are losing. With little hope left, and all odds against them, the Soviet Union grows desperate. In response, they create an exotic chemical weapon with a single purpose: To enhance their soldiers on the battlefield.

To test their creation, a secret mission is underway, and they test it on a Mujahideen hold-out, a massive cave complex on the far eastern border of Afghanistan.


2010. The United States is now at war in Afghanistan. To make matters worse, an elite team of Delta Force Operators have gone missing. There remains a lone survivor: Sergeant C. York.

Sergeant York describes a horrifying tale, a nightmare that has been awakened after two decades.

In response, a top-secret CIA team is brought in. These are members of the elite Special Activities Division, the best of the best. Made up of Delta Force, DEVGRU and a famous Marine sharpshooter, they face sheer terror as they are sent in to do one thing:

Kill everything inside the cave.

So, there you have it. If you are able to accept an Amazon e-book gift, then here is the giveaway! Thanks for stopping by!

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  1. Thanks for the opportunity, Katy. That does sound interesting. I hope December is treating you well. Happy Holidays!


    1. Thanks! And thanks for dropping by - it looks really good, doesn't it? This is one that is definitely on my wishlist :-)


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