You've been reading about it all week. Now your chance to win a copy of David Leavitt's The Indian Clerk is upon you at last. A signed copy no less, inscribed by the author to one lucky TEV reader.
In the unlikely event you've been away all week and only came by for the giveaway, you can find out everything you need to know about this wonderful title right here. So let's give away a book.
The first reader who can prove the Riemann Hypothesis ... no, no, no, we keed. Everyone knows the rules. Drop us an email please, subject line "PRIMED FOR LEAVITT." We'll take all entries until 3 p.m. PST, at which time we'll turn to the Random Number Generator - especially apt this week - to anoint a winner. As ever, please include your full mailing address and previous winners remain ineligible. And if you don't win the book, please pop over to Powells and pre-order it. Surely, we've convinced you by now. (And feel free, in your emails, to let us know what you think about the whole one-book-a-week model. We'd enjoy the input.)
UPDATE: Congratulations to Jerry Pace of Atlanta, GA. And thanks to all who made this a memorable week around here, especially David Leavitt for his fine stint as guest blogger. Have a great weekend, all.