Elementary Novel Giveaway!

Elementary 1_salesHey Elementary fans!

We’ve partnered with Titan Books to do a giveaway of the first Elementary tie-in novel, The Ghost Line, by Adam Christopher!

Summons to a bullet-riddled body in a Hell’s Kitchen apartment marks the start of a new case for consulting detectives Sherlock Holmes and Joan Watson. The victim is a subway train driver with a hidden stash of money and a strange Colombian connection, but why would someone kill him and leave a fortune behind?

The search for the truth will lead the sleuths deep into the hidden underground tunnels beneath New York City, where answers—and more bodies—may well await them… 

There are two ways to enter (as we’re giving away two copies!)

You can RT [THIS TWEET] to be entered to win. Make sure you follow us on twitter as well.

And you can enter [HERE] by answering an Elementary trivia question!

This giveaway will run until March 12th and winners will be contacted on the 13th by twitter or email.

Also, you can listen to our interview with Adam [HERE] and learn more about the tie-in novels, Adam, Elementary’s secrets, and how similar Batman and Sherlock Holmes are!

 

Elementary Novel Giveaway!

Hey Elementary fans! We’ve partnered with Titan Books to do a giveaway of the first Elementary tie-in novel, The Ghost Line, by Adam Christopher! Summons to a bullet-riddled body in a Hell’s Kitchen apartment marks the start of a new case for consulting detectives Sherlock Holmes and Joan Watson. The victim is a subway train… Read More »

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