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WIN! A hamper of seven top thrillers.

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It’s Halloween month and time for chills down the spine, intrigue, and mystery, and we’re giving away a hamper of seven thrillers and chillers to keep you up at night.

Ava Marsh’s Untouchable – Stella is an escort, immersed in a world of desire, betrayal and secrets. It’s exactly where she wants to be. Stella used to be someone else: respectable, loved, safe. When a fellow call girl is murdered, Stella has a choice: forget what she’s seen, or risk everything to get justice for her friend. In her line of work, she’s never far from the edge, but pursuing the truth could take Stella past the point of no return.

Patrick Flanery’s I am No One  – Jeremy O’Keefe, a middle-aged Professor of History, returns to his native New York after a decade teaching at Oxford, hoping to reconnect with his daughter and rebuild the life he left behind. Then a strange encounter with a young man who presumes an acquaintance he cannot remember and a series of disconcerting events leave him with a growing conviction that he is being watched.

I Am No One explores the tenuous link between fear and paranoia in our post-Snowden lives: a world of surveillance and self-censorship, where privacy no longer exists and our freedoms are inexorably eroded.

Karin Slaughter’s The Kept Woman – With the discovery of a murder at an abandoned construction site, Will Trent of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is brought in on a case that becomes much more dangerous when the dead man is identified as an ex-cop.

Studying the body, Sara Linton—the GBI’s newest medical examiner and Will’s lover—realizes that the extensive blood loss didn’t belong to the corpse. Sure enough, bloody footprints leading away from the scene indicate there is another victim—a woman—who has vanished . . . and who will die soon if she isn’t found.

Christobel Kent’s The Loving Husband – Fran Hall and her husband Nathan have moved with their two children to a farmhouse on the edge of the Fens – a chance to get away from London and have a fresh start. But when Fran wakes one night to find Nathan gone, she makes a devastating discovery. As questions about her husband and her relationships start to mount, Fran’s life begins to spiral out of control.

What is she hiding from the police about her marriage, and does she really know the man she shared her bed with?

Paula Daly’s The Mistake I Made – We all think we know who we are. What we’re capable of.

Roz is a single mother, a physiotherapist, a sister, a friend. She’s also desperate. Her business has gone under, she’s crippled by debt and she’s just had to explain to her son why someone’s taken all their furniture away. But now a stranger has made her an offer. For one night with her, he’ll pay enough to bring her back from the edge. Roz has a choice to make.

Described as a page-turning thriller with heart.

Michelle Rowe’s Hour of Darkness – It’s Earth Hour. People worldwide are switching off their lights to mark the global energy crisis. In an exclusive housing estate outside Cape Town, violent criminals wage terror under cover of darkness.

When a woman and her baby are abducted, Detective Persy Jonas is brought onto the case. That very hour, a young female patient of psychologist Marge Labuschagne disappears from the same estate. Despite their combative relationship, Persy and Marge join forces.
Dean Koontz’s Ashley Bell – Bibi Blair is a fierce, funny, dauntless young woman—whose doctor says she has one year to live. She replies, “We’ll see.” Her sudden recovery astonishes medical science. An enigmatic woman convinces Bibi that she escaped death so that she can save someone else. Someone named Ashley Bell. But save her from what, from whom? And who is Ashley Bell? Where is she? Bibi’s obsession with finding Ashley sends her on the run from threats both mystical and worldly, including a rich and charismatic cult leader with terrifying ambitions.

 

It’s super easy to win. Enter below. (Please note prize can only be delivered in Johannesburg).

 

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6 comments

  1. Oh my goodness this would be an amazing win! I would start with Patrick Flanery’s I am No One first for sure with a lot of goodies by my side so I don’t have to move a muscle!

  2. Carla Van Der Westhuizen

    Michelle Rowe’s Hour of Darkness looks super interesting! I love books based locally!

  3. Karin Slaughter’s The Kept Woman is one of my very favorites.

  4. Karin Slaughter’s The Kept Woman this is the blurb I am most drawn to.

  5. Wish I was in Jun, else I would have entered. Great giveaway

  6. I am dying to read The Kept Woman – have my eye on it for quite a while 🙂

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