Easter 2017 Giveaway #1
Nothing goes better with Easter eggs than a pile of good books, and we’re giving away a pile of good books every day between now and Good Friday. To go in the draw to win this first pack, simply email your name and address to email@example.com by midnight tonight, Monday 10 April 2017 with ‘EASTER #1’ in the subject line.
Sally Hepworth The Mother’s Promise
The new novel from the bestselling author of The Secrets of Midwives. Alice and her daughter Zoe have been a team of two all their lives. With no family to speak of, and the identity of Zoe’s father shrouded in mystery, they’ve never needed anyone else – until Alice gets sick. Alice reaches out to Kate, her oncology nurse, and her social worker, Sonja. As the lives of the three women become inextricably tied, a chain of events is set in motion forcing them to confront their deepest fears.
Courtesy of Pan Macmillan
Gerald Murnane The Plains
This is the story of the families of the plains – obsessed with their land and history, their culture and mythology – and of the man who ventured into their world.
This new hardback edition includes an introduction by Ben Lerner.
Courtesy of Text Publishing
Adrian Mitchell The Beachcomber’s Wife
On an island in the Great Barrier Reef, a woman waits for help beside the body of her husband. For 25 years they have lived in isolation, and while she waits she reviews their years together. The writer EJ Banfield — author of Confessions of a Beachcomber — and his wife Bertha lived on Dunk Island through the first decades of the 20th century. This account imagines what it might have been like from her point of view. As Banfield did, Mitchell tells his story using fact blended with fiction.
Courtesy of Wakefield Press
Sarah Pinborough Behind Her Eyes
Since her husband walked out, Louise has made her son her world. But all that changes when she meets David. Young, successful and charming, Louise cannot believe he would be attracted to her. Then she meets his wife, Adele. Beautiful, elegant and sweet, Adele seems perfect in every way. As Louise becomes obsessed by this flawless couple, she begins to see the cracks … Is David really the man she thought? And is Adele as vulnerable as she seems? ‘The most unsettling thriller of the year.’ – John Connolly
Courtesy of HarperCollins
Remember, to go in the draw email your name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight tonight, Monday 10 April 2017 with ‘EASTER #1’ in the subject line.