Radio 2 Book Club giveaway - Seven Days of Us

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Seven Days of Us by Francesca Hornak will be featured on the Radio 2 Book Club on Monday 11 December.

We have the chance for you to win a set of 10 copies of this fantastic festive novel for your reading group.

To apply, please log in and fill in your details below before Friday 15 December.

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Seven Days of Us

It’s Christmas, and the Birch family are coming together at their second home in Norfolk.

Emma and Andrew’s daughter, Olivia, is back for the first time in years, and while Emma is elated, her younger, more frivolous daughter Phoebe is braced for inevitable clashes.

But aid worker Olivia is only home because she has nowhere else to go. Having recently returned from Africa, where she’s been treating a life-threatening virus, she has been instructed to stay in quarantine for a week, and so, too, should her family. For the next seven days, no one can leave the house, and no one can enter. It doesn’t sound too hard.

But a week with your nearest and dearest can feel like eternity, especially when they’re all harbouring secrets.

One of whom is about to come knocking on their door…

Francesca Hornak is a journalist and writer, whose work has appeared in newspapers and magazines including the Sunday Times, Guardian, Grazia, Stylist, Elle, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan and Red. Her previous books include History of the World in 100 Modern Objects and Worry with Mother. Francesca lives in London.

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