Christmas 2023 Giveaway #3
Win books by Chris Hammer, Lucy Mushita, David Cohen and Elise Esther Hearst in our final Christmas giveaway for 2023.
Be quick! It’s your last chance to win in this series of Christmas giveaways. To go in the draw to win all four of the titles below, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Christmas 3′ in the subject line and your name and address in the body of the email by midnight tonight, Friday 8 December 2023. As we cannot afford to post giveaway bundles overseas, entries from Australian residents only please.
Chris Hammer The Seven
Yuwonderie’s seven founding families have lorded it over their district for a century, growing ever more rich and powerful. But now one of their own is found dead in a ditch and homicide detectives Ivan Lucic and Nell Buchanan are sent to investigate. What are the secrets The Seven are so desperate to keep hidden? The closer Ivan and Nell get to the truth, the more dangerous their investigation becomes …
Courtesy of Allen and Unwin
Lucy Mushita Chinongwa
Chinongwa’s family have been displaced from their lands and are very poor. One desperate solution to hunger is to trade young daughters into marriage, but no one is interested in Chinongwa, small and thin. Eventually she is married off to a man old enough to be her grandfather, and Chinongwa must grow up very fast and rely on her instincts to survive.
Courtesy of Spinifex Press
David Cohen The Terrible Event
A new collection of stories from the winner of the Russell Prize for humour writing. A public memorial’s name is changed to avoid any mention of the tragedy it has been set up to commemorate. Activists campaign against a local gift shop. An academic’s research into roadside memorials takes a peculiar turn. The Terrible Event delivers not just one terrible event, but many – something for everyone. ‘Wildly inventive. Delightfully strange. I absolutely loved it.’ – Bram Presser
Courtesy of Transit Lounge Publishing
Elise Esther Hearst One Day We’re All Going to Die
At 27, Naomi is just trying to be a normal person. A normal person who works at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, who cares for lost things, found things, and her family. It would be fine if she didn’t bear the weight of the unspoken grief of her Holocaust-survivor grandmother; if she just knew how to be without feeling the pull of expectation, the fear of disappointing others. Hearst’s debut novel explores questions of culture, identity politics and intergenerational trauma.
Courtesy of HarperCollins
Remember, to go in the draw to win all four books, email email@example.com with ‘Christmas 3’ in the subject line and your name and address in the body of the email by midnight tonight, Friday 8 December 2023.