Wednesday, April 25, 2012

ENTER THE JERUSALEM ASSASSIN "DON'T BLOW YOUR COVER" SPY CONTEST

 Jerusalem Assassin "Don't Blow Your Cover" Spy Contest


You could win $100 and a Signed Copy of Avraham Azrieli's Spy Thriller the 


About the Jerusalem Assassin-


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.

Check the book out on Amazon today 

How to enter:

1- Get tips from your friends on Facebook and Twitter (tag #spycover) on what the best identity would be to go undiscovered as a spy in in the town of Zurich, Switzerland. 


WHAT IS YOUR BEST UNDERCOVER DISGUISE?
 

2- Share your best covert ID as a comment on my blog AND on  Avraham Azrieli,s
Facebook Page

3- You must become a fan of Avraham Azieli for the comments to be counted.

3- Tell others about the contest by sharing on Facebook and Twitter (tag #spycover).

4- Contest ends on 5/15 and the winner will be the person who commented with the most clever covert ID.

5-  Learn more about the contest here: http://spycover.pen.io/


5-  Have Fun and Good Luck!! 

Check out a review of the book!




48 comments:

  1. I really pleased to know that such a mysterious spy contest will be held on very soon. I'm so excited and eagerly waiting to see that interesting contest.
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  2. This sounds like a great story. I'm looking forward to the giveaway!

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  3. In Zurich I'd hang out with a laptop or tablet, looking like a student, and with earbuds in my ears so that people think I can't hear them. Except the earbuds would really be some great gadget to either record conversations or magnify them. And with the tablet or laptop you can input info or contact people.

    When you look like a student people generally disregard you as unimportant and it's no big deal if you're hanging around a park or anywhere else for long periods of time.

    Christina Rita Condomaros on facebook

    ccfioriole at gmail dot com

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  4. In Zurich, I would be a mommy pushing her stroller. In my stroller though would be all my spy equipment.
    I liked the facebook page http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003481762944

    savannah miller
    savannahm1987@gmail.com

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  5. Something like this http://www.zurika.com/2006/06/zurichs-more-colorful-side.html I would be a flea market vendor. Always an excuse to dumpster dive, be found searching in unexpected places.

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  6. like the blog post, shared with friends

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  7. My guise would be one of those annoying tourists who is still stuck to their business phone because if you are talking into a mouth piece it is really easy to seem like you want to wander off for privacy for an 'important transaction' for a moment.

    Amazing contest!!!!
    Sincerely,
    Emma Michaels
    Emma@EmmaMichaels.com

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  8. I think I would wear lederhosen and "Heidi" braids!
    Liked FB: Lexie May Hogan
    lexie.bookbug at gmail dot com

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  9. I'd be a ski guide, with a side business as a restauranteur that is known to hold meeting of the spy ring. I'd have a bug under each table, so I could catch their conversations. I'd be dressed in the local garb to fit into my ski guide and restauranteur positions. I'd be of American/Switz background.

    Linda at: desertrose5173 at gmail dot com

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  10. I will be a little old lady that no one pays any attention to. Have had good practice at this.
    Thanks for the contest.

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  11. https://twitter.com/#!/slehan/status/195695133902114816

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  12. In Zurich, I think I'd be a writer or journalist, with notebook and messenger bag in hand.

    FB: Leah Gonzalez
    email: leahgonz46@gmail.com
    Twitter: @leahgonz

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  13. In Zurich I'd be a photographer in search of new inspiration
    FB like: Latoya Hudson

    lilcrickit at gmail dot com

    @lilcrickit

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  14. I would use several alias in Zurich: An American Lawyer to transfer funds for a Multinational Corporation, A ski bum, a school girl on a class trip from Paris,and finally a Texan who just got divorced and has money to spend on a fun time..hanging out in clubs, bars, the best Hotels to meet and pick up on the info I needed.I would match the places and people I needed to get information and spy on.
    Cyndee Thomas0@gmail.com

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  15. I would use the disguise of a successful American entrepreneur whose linguistic ability avails him the opportunity to travel easily to many countries and blend in. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  16. I would disguise myself as a maid or waitress.

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  17. I think I would be a writer there doing research for my latest book.

    FB Liked Author Page Anna Dase

    berrylicious_cutie(at)hotmail(.)com

    Tweeted https://twitter.com/#!/amdase/status/195930298217799680

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  18. I would just go as myself and look like an average tourist! I'm in a wheelchair and that would help to make the perfect disguise as they would never expect a spy to be disabled!

    debbie(underscore)griffith(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  19. an artist
    anna pry
    thepryfamily@gmail.com

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  20. No one ever remembers me. Really. My husband will have met a person once and they will always remember him and even where they met him. Me, no. I'm average looking all around and shy. So, I don't think it would be hard for me to go undercover. I'd probably be able to walk right in and take pictures etc. and not even be noticed or remembered. I'd be a tourist with her camera. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  21. I would disguise myself a parton that lives there walking my dog
    greeneyesamytolley@aol.com
    amy tolley
    already a facebook fan thanks for the giveaway

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  22. I'd be a waitress in the busiest part of town

    Dina

    dlsmilad at yahoo dot com

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  23. I would be just a random civilian taking a walk.

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  24. My covert disquise would be to dress like Tevya (or maybe Golda) from Fiddler on the Roof. laurisawhitereyes at yahoo dot com

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  25. I would be handing out samples of cheese and chocolates on the street.

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  26. 1- Get tips from your friends on Facebook and Twitter (tag #spycover) on what the best identity would be to go undiscovered as a spy in in the town of Zurich, Switzerland.
    ceis8009 at yahoo dot com

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  27. a tourist spy
    ceis8009 at yahoo dot com

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  28. fan of Avraham Azieli
    ceis8009 at yahoo dot com

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  29. I would be a building restorer and land developer. I would have access to many types of critical buildings in the city and knowledge of what to hide in the walls or uncover secrets hidden in them. People would need my expertise in advising them on either repairing a building damaged by warfare, or fortifying one in preparation or building it to special specifications. Sometimes a client might have an unsual request for hidden doors and exits.

    FB fan of Avraham Azieli
    Cambonified(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  30. I would pose as a ski enthusiast.

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  31. In Zurich I'd dress as an arab oil shiek banking capital of the world who would fit in better judy gregory preciousyipperbear@gmail.com

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  33. Shared on his page

    jessicasweepsmail@gmail.com

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  34. i would be a homeless person, since most people instinctively look past and even through them! (Corey Olomon)(olomon@hotmail.com)

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  35. I liked his Facebook page (Corey Olomon)(olomon@hotmail.com)

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  36. I shared on Facebook and Twitter (Corey Olomon)(olomon@hotmail.com)

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  37. I am assuming you can only list one alias. If so, I would disguise myself as cleaning help. If I am in a corporate building spying then I would disguise myself as a member of the service they use. I would have hidden spy devices such as a camera in a button or two of my shirt, a hidden microphone under my ID tag or hat brim and other assorted goodies. I would be very low-key and unobtrusive so as not to draw attention to myself. If I need to spy in a household setting then I would disguise myself as a member of a local cleaning service and if that didn't work then a city employee that cleans the streets.
    Facebook page already liked.
    Name: Meir G. Email: meirg at netzero.net

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  38. In Zurich, I'd dress like a typical British tourist.

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  39. In Switzerland I would wear a pretty flower dress and work in a coffee shop!

    pokergrl8 at gmail.com

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  40. tweet

    https://twitter.com/#!/aes529/status/202415113884549121

    pokergrl8 at gmail.com

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  41. I like Avraham's fb page and wrote on his wall as amanda sakovitz


    pokergrl8 at gmail.com

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  42. I would go undercover as a musician on the street, they get noticed but not as much.It's easy to watch people.

    Kristie Betts
    Momsfreebies17@yahoo.com

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Thanks for stopping by. I look forward in reading all of your great comments. Have a great day!

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