Win copies of The Vanishing of Audrey Wilde for your reading group

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Are you looking for the next captivating read for your book group?

Michael Joseph are giving away a set of ten copies of Eve Chase’s enthralling mystery The Vanishing of Audrey Wilde to three lucky reading groups. This is an evocative story of secrets, sisterhood and an unsolved mystery.

For the chance to win a set for your group, simply email michaeljosephcomms@penguinrandomhouse.co.uk before 5pm on Thursday 31st May 2018. It would be great if you can also 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 online.

About the book:

In the heatwave of 1959, four sisters arrive at Applecote Manor to relive their memories of hazy Cotswolds summers.

They find their uncle and aunt still reeling from the disappearance of their only daughter, five years before.

An undercurrent of dread runs through the house. Why did Audrey vanish? Who is keeping her fate secret?

As the sisters are lured into the mystery of their missing cousin, the stifling summer takes a shocking, deadly turn.

One which will leave blood on their hands, and put another girl in danger decades later . . .

Closing date: 31st May 2018

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