Friday, April 27, 2012

Win 100$ and copy of Jerusalem Assassin!

Happy Friday!

I will relaunch the contest for winning 100$ with a spy contest!

The author Avraham Azrieli is celebrating his spy thriller The Jerusalem Assassin with a contest. Several blogs have received different destinations for spy contest and my destination is Paris!

Summary of the book:




In the wake of the 1995 Oslo Peace Accords, a wave of Palestinian terror hits Jewish targets. Israel responds with a clandestine war in Paris, Zurich, and Tel Aviv. When a beautiful Mossad agent is critically wounded in Amsterdam, master spy Jerusalem Gerster pursues the attackers back to Israel, where he uncovers a sinister conspiracy to perpetrate an unprecedented national catastrophe—the assassination of Prime Minister Rabin.
 

What can you find this time?

The contest is to find the best undercover disguise for an agent in Paris. What you have to do is to describe what would be the perfect undercover disguise for an agent in Paris. Use your imagination and think of everything which is characteristic to Paris which could be used!


There will be 1 winner who will receive 100$.

Contest details:

Mandatory entries:

Visit FB page of the author Avraham Azrieli and Like it.

Leave a comment with your suggestion for spy undercover disguise in Paris.
Leave you name, email.
The contest will run for three weeks until 16th of May.

If you want to increase your chances to win, then there are other 3 blogs participating, each of them giving away 100$. Visit the link here: http://spycover.pen.io/ and increase your chances! They have other destinations!

Don't forget to Like the author page!
Good luck and happy reading!

9 comments:

  1. Like author Avraham Azrieli facebook page @Jeanne Bates Tennant. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway.
    :) Jeanne B. T., jeannebates_t@yahoo.com

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  2. As an undercover spy in Paris I would be a tourist whose child is attending college and I would go to Paris for an extended visit.(Would have to hire a college student as my child and make up a big tell as to why I was hiring them. lol).
    :)Jeanne, jeannebates_t@yahoo.com

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  3. I did this on your other post. Do we need to do it again?

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  4. No Lexie, you do not have to do it again here, unless you have new suggestions and want to increase your chances! :) You are more than welcome to enter with new ideas for being a spy in Paris!

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  5. I'd be a street artist, the kind who sketches people's portraits on the street. Most people don't even notice you're there if you're doing something like that, and you can easily watch a location.

    I'm Christina Rita Condomaros on facebook

    ccfioriole at gmail dot com

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  6. Liked on facebook as Sheen-kay Graham. As a spy undercover in Paris I'd be a social worker taking care of troubled kids.

    Sheena-kay Graham
    queendsheena@hotmail.com

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  8. I would go undercover as an American college student. :)

    Melanie
    litaddiction@gmail.com

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