From the author of the international best-selling thrillers The Cleaner, The Killing Hour, Cemetery Lake, Blood Men and Collecting Cooper.
A gripping new thriller from crime writing sensation Paul Cleave.
Theodore Tate never forgot his first crime scene – ten-year-old Jessica found dead in the ‘Laughterhouse’, an old abandoned slaughterhouse with the ‘S’ spray-painted over. The killer was found and arrested. Justice was served. Or was it?
Fifteen years later, there’s a new killer on the loose and he has a list of people who were involved in Jessica’s murder case, among them Doctor Stanton, a man with three young daughters.
If Tate is going to help them, he has to find the connection between the killer, the ‘Laughterhouse’ and a growing list of murder victims. And he needs to figure it out fast, because Stanton and his daughters have been kidnapped, and Stanton is being forced to make an impossible decision: which one of his daughters is to die first.
It’s time for another competition dear readers! And this is a doozy too… I’ve got three copies of The New Zealand Woman: 80 Glorious Years of Fashion, Food and Friendship From the Pages of the New Zealand Woman’s Weekly by Bee Dawson to give away! Check out my review here.
Wooden spoon? Check. Bowl? Check. Cookbook? Check. Red lipstick? You’re darn right I’ve got my red lipstick.
Winning is, as they say, a snap. Just fill in the form below and you could be one of three randomly drawn lucky readers! That’s it. The competition is open until 6pm Saturday 28 July.
This competition is now closed.
Plus I’m going to run an extra bonus draw for my lovely Twitterers…. between now and 6pm Wednesday 25 July just tweet using the hashtag #BookieMonsterandNZWW and the URL to this post (it’s http://wp.me/pw2ad-1oF ) and you’ll go in the draw!
Here’s some suggested tweets:
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Or just make up your own splendiferousness! Just don’t forget to follow me, otherwise I won’t be able to DM you to tell you you’ve won. Doh.
That’s a total of four copies going, plus you can enter both draws. Get to it, what ho!
Rules and Conditions:
The website competition will run from Sunday 22 July 2012 to Saturday 28 July 2012, 6pm. The Twitter competition will run from Sunday 22 July 2012 to Wednesday 25 July, 6pm.
Each winner will win one copy of The New Zealand Woman, posted to a New Zealand address. Winners will be randomly drawn. Judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
We cannot post outside New Zealand, sorry.
Entrants’ details will only be used for the purposes of this promotion and will be discarded following the close of the promotion.
One entry per person.
The website draw winners will be notified by email, the Twitter draw winner will be notified by Twitter Direct Message.
The name of the Winners may be published on the BookieMonster website.
When a Winner is unable to be contacted via the information given, due to no reply or emails returned, a second winner will be drawn after 7 days.
The New Zealand Woman: 80 Glorious Years of Fashion, Food and Friendship From the Pages of the New Zealand Woman’s Weekly by Bee Dawson, Whitcoulls, RRP $24.99, ISBN 9781877327513, Available now.
The New Zealand Woman’s Weekly. It’s an institution and now it’s 80 years old. Yes, 80! I didn’t realise it had been around that long but it has, first gracing news-stands in 1932. With all those years of free patterns, up to the minute advice and endless photos of Rachel Hunter, there aren’t many NZers around who haven’t read a copy (or two).
The New Zealand Woman is a well produced, wonderfully illustrated celebration of the past 80 years of the EnZedDubDub (or NZWW if you insist), that pulls together articles, photography, illustrations and advertising to produce quite a repository of New Zealand history in the 20th century.
From recipes for pork brawn to handy hints on dusting with kerosene to cigarette advertising (“It’s the tobacco that counts!”), The New Zealand Woman also provides an interesting study on the rise of celebratory culture and the change to “women’s magazines” over the last half century, from inspirational (about “our” lives) to aspirational (about “their lives”).
Congratulations, I will email you guys shortly for your postal addresses. Thanks everybody for entering – keep an eye out as I have books I need to find new homes for, so I’m going to run more giveaways soon.
In the meantime, are we all looking forward to New Zealand Book Month?
In the 19th Century-set story, Jane Eyre (Mia Wasikowska) suddenly fleesThornfield Hall, the vast and isolated estate where she works as a governess forAdèle Varens, a child under the custody of Thornfield’s brooding master, EdwardRochester (Michael Fassbender).
The imposing residence – and Rochester’s own imposing nature – have sorelytested her resilience. With nowhere else to go, she is extended a helping hand byclergyman St. John Rivers (Jamie Bell) and his family. As she recuperates in theRivers’ Moor House and looks back upon the tumultuous events that led to herescape, Jane wonders if the past is ever truly past…
Available on Blu-ray and DVD from 25th January.
That’s right, chickens! I have THREE (count them) THREE copies of the Jane Eyre brand spanking new release DVD to give away to you lucky readers, thanks to Universal Home Pictures. Just fill in the form below and hit submit, then prepare to feast your eyes on the beauty that is Michael Fassbender. Or Mia Wasikowska. There’s even some literature.
Something for everyone!
Competition ends 8pm, Sunday 29 January, and I’ll announce the winners the following Monday evening. One entry per person. Winners will be randomly drawn, all judges decisions are final, blah blah blah, Michael Fassbender!