Giveaway Monday: The Art Forger

Shapiro_ArtForger_pbk_jkt_LRTomorrow is its official publication day, but The Art Forger is already climbing up the paperback bestseller lists — #6 on IndieBound’s list, #5 on the Boston Globe’s list. And today is your chance to win a free copy of the book everyone will be talking about this summer — if they know what they’re talking about…

The Art Forger

by B.A. Shapiro

A New York Times bestseller in hardcover, The Art Forger is a Costco Pennie’s Pick for June in paperback and the winner of the New England Society Book Awards winner for fiction.

“[A] nimble mystery…Shapiro’s brisk narrative takes the reader through Boston’s art world, the logistics of forgery and the perils of attribution.”
—The New York Times Book Review

B.A. Shapiro will be touring the country this summer with artfully crafted events for this “not just emotionally involving but addictive” book, as Entertainment Weekly called it. Click here for her tour schedule.

Enter to win The Art Forger paperback

Please fill out this form for a chance to receive a free copy of THE ART FORGER. The winner's name will be chosen at random. You may enter only once before 5pm Eastern Tuesday, May 21, 2013. (Residents of the United States and Canada only, please.)
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5 Comments On This Post:

May 20, 2013
5:07 pm
Hattie Norman says...

Very excited about joining and making friends with Algonquin. Also, hope to win a copy of The Art Forger.

May 20, 2013
5:12 pm
Deborah Yarborough says...

A highly sought out read for me. Blending mystery with works of art is a great match to my preferred reading tastes.

May 20, 2013
6:01 pm
laurie blum says...

thx for the chance to win…I am a fan!

May 21, 2013
2:45 pm
Marybeth Andersonartybeth says...

This is one I REALLY want to read! Having been an art teacher, I love books like this. Go Algonquin! It looks great.

June 10, 2013
11:17 am
Lesley Fry says...

An enjoyable, light mystery/crime story based upon the art thefts at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston 20+ years ago. I usually read books with more depth to them, but I really enjoyed this one for a change of pace and I learned some interesting things about art forgery. Look up photos of the museum on the web as you read and you will enjoy this book even more.

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