Wednesday, November 7, 2012

The Coop Blog Tour: spotlight & Kindle Fire giveaway

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A psychological thriller about the destruction of innocence.

Enter The Coop, a dark and mysteriously misleading psychological thriller.

A girl, apparently imprisoned in a room, is the thread of mystery running parallel to the tale of Thatchbury village.

Meet Howard and Lilly. They take you on a journey through Thatchbury where Mathew, the child from thecoop, shoots Jodie Tiding, and so unravels the history of his loveless raising, her innocence and thedramatic events leading them to disaster.

The Coop is a darkly compelling vision of the layers of consciousness. Although conceived as the first novel in a trilogy, The Coop stands alone as a brilliant individual work of fiction.

About the Author:

Rebecca Reid was withdrawn from school due to illness at fourteen. Being limited in the things she was able to do, she wrote all the time − poetry, stories, feelings, thoughts. At 16 she had her own page in thelocal weekly newspaper, the Bangor Spectator, in which she covered anything and everything: fashion, beauty, film, teen issues etc. At 17 she became a model, doing catwalk, photographic work, and TV. In 2008 she graduated in English from Queens University, Belfast, and she was awarded an Arts Council writing grant in 2009. Married in 2007, she lives in N. Ireland with her husband and their three daughters.The Coop is her first novel, and part of the Thickets Wood Trilogy.

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  1. what i love about psychological thrillers is they keep you guessing

  2. I like psychological thrillers, especially those that get into your head. I still think about a few that I read many years ago.
    steph 0828 at hotmail dot com

  3. I can actually take them or leave them. It's not the genre that grabs me. It takes a good plot, great characters, and a nice flowing story to grab me.

  4. Psychological thrillers keeps me in suspence also being a fast page turner

  5. I like it but in small amounts.

  6. I like the fact that they get you going and get into your head. Thx for the givewaway.

  7. Psychological Thrillers can really get into your head and have you thinking about what is going in someone else's head. They are full of suspense and I love it!
    Bonnie Hilligoss/

  8. I don't like how they can sometimes leave you scarred for a while, but they often make you think, which is good.

  9. They are totally a mind game!Some things that aren't scary to you might be otherwise to someone else--based on your life experience.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  10. I love the mind games! Trying to figure out who the bad guy is, what is going to happen, and the great surprise of the author going in a totally different way.

  11. I love how psychological thrillers force you to think deeply about issues.

    (Melissa T in Rafflecopter)

  12. I think that psychological thriller make you think and tend to stay with you longer than thrillers which are focused more on gore.

    Thanks for having the giveaway!

  13. I like psychological thrillers because they are scary without being too graphic and gory like horror novels.