Fancy a thriller? Paperback giveaway of The River at Night

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Looking for an adrenaline fuelled page-turner of a read for your book group?

We are giving away sets of ten copies of The River at Night to ten very lucky reading groups. For the chance to add some adventure to your summer and win a set for your group, simply tell us about your reading group, why you would love to get your hands on a copy, and if you would be happy to review this title for us.

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About the book:

“Raw, relentless and heart-poundingly real, this book knocked me off my feet like a river in flood”

Ruth Ware, bestselling author of In a Dark, Dark Wood

‘A thought came to me that I couldn’t force away: What we are wearing is how we’ll be identified out in the wilderness.’

Win Allen doesn’t want an adventure. After a miserable divorce and the death of her beloved brother, she just wants to spend some time with her three best friends, far away from her soul-crushing job. But athletic, energetic Pia has other plans.

Plans for an adrenaline-raising, breath-taking, white-water rafting trip in the Maine wilderness. Five thousand square miles of remote countryside. Just mountains, rivers and fresh air.

No phone coverage. No people.

No help…

Soon the trip of a lifetime turns into a battle to stay alive.

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