Friday, 12 September 2014

Giveaway #418 : Win 1 of 5 hardback copies of A Trick of the Mind by Penny Hancock - closed - winners Gill Williams, Spencer Broadley, Lyndsey Beckford, Becci Cleary, Sarah Robertson


Driving down to the cottage in Southwold she's newly inherited from her Aunty May, Ellie senses she is on the edge of something new. The life she's always dreamed of living as a successful artist seems as though it is about to begin. So excited is she that she barely notices when the car bumps against something on the road.
That evening Ellie hears a news flash on the radio. A man was seriously injured in a hit and run on the very road she was driving down that evening. Then Ellie remembers the thump she heard. Could she have been responsible for putting a man in hospital? Unable to hold the doubts at bay, she decides to visit the victim to lay her mind to rest, little knowing that the consequences of this decision will change her life forever.

Penny Hancock’s debut, Tideline, was a bestselling Richard & Judy pick, establishing her reputation as an author who can turn an everyday situation into a terrifying plausible nightmare. Her new psychological thriller, A Trick of the Mind publishes in hardback on 11th September.

I'll have a review of the book coming up shortly but, in the meantime, the publishers have kindly offered five hardback copies of the book to give away to lucky Madhouse Family Reviews readers. Just fill in your entries using the Rafflecopter widget below.



UK only. Closing date : 26/9/14

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !

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103 comments:

  1. I don't have a favourite Author yet, I'm still looking

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  2. John Green of course :) He's an amazing author!!!

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    1. oh and btw my email is silviaspears95@yahoo.gr :)

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  3. i dont have just one favourite author i have lots

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  4. Jane Austen is also my all time favourite, but I'm enjoying Sophie Hannah at the moment.

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  5. Colin Dexter - the Inspector Morse novels
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  6. Laurie Graham

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  7. Fyodor Dostoyevsky. I love Russian lit.

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  8. Evelyn Prentis. Shares memories, with humour.

    Rachel Craig

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  9. I commented on the blog :- Veronica's Snacks Crunchy Creatures : Review.

    Rachel Craig

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  10. Stephen King

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  11. jk rowling for the harry potter series

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  12. I don't really have a favourite one.

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  13. Chris Carter. :) Rereading The Night Stalker again (for about the 11th time this year).

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  14. I commented on the "Love Your Pet, Love Your Home" post.

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  15. commented on Kids' DVD review : Milkshake! Stars

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  16. Agatha Christie

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  17. Pam Francis Gregory16 September 2014 at 08:54

    George R R Martin

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  18. Pam Francis Gregory16 September 2014 at 09:09

    I commented on Globe-cooking recipe : Kimchi (Korea)

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  19. My favourite author of all time is Jacqueline Wilson

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  20. Francine Rivers is one of my favourites.

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  21. Leave me a comment below and tell me who your favourite author is ............Jean M Auel

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  22. Martina Cole
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  23. Gerald Durrell, his books are very funny

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  24. My favourite author is ernest hemingway

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  25. I don't think I have one, it really depends on my mood. Possibly John Grisham

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  26. Carole Matthews

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  27. Wilkie Collins

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  28. Difficult to choose just one but I really enjoy Michael Morpurgo's books. Looking forward to reading his new one published today :)

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  29. James Patterson

    Becci Cleary/rcleary57@yahoo.com

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  30. It varies all the time but I always enjoy Ken Follett's work :-)

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  31. I have loads but most favourite is J D Robb

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  32. H G Wells - classic! ;-)

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  33. Lynn Grabhorn

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  34. Changes all the time...currently Harlan Coban

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  35. Lesley Pearse

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  36. Joseph Heller
    Stephen Little
    steve_c_little@yahoo.com

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  37. Robin Jarvis. I love the Whitby Witches trilogy! I would have said J K Rowling for Harry Potter but I think Robin just pips her to the post. I think it helps I love Whitby!

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