A gripping and emotional story about a young woman fighting to survive and the shocking secret that could destroy her.
I would like to thank Emily Elgar for providing a copy of her book for me to giveaway to one very soon to be happy reader.
I was delighted that Emily Elgar was kind enough to do a Q&A on my blog yesterday, please do take a look it was a terrific post, not only that but Emily also provided a copy of If You Knew Her for this exciting giveaway. This is what has been said so far about…
‘Brilliant and cleverly crafted’ Jane Corry, Sunday Times bestselling author of My Husband’s Wife
‘An addictive read . . . I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough!’ The Chloe Douglas Blog
‘A stunning example of psychological suspense’ Clare Mackintosh, Sunday Times number one bestseller of I See You and I Let You Go
‘A wonderfully insidious build-up of tension’ Guardian
Who wouldn’t want to get their eager hands on this? Well here’s what you need to do….
1. Follow @LBRBsBlogs on twitter or here on LoveBooksReadBooks blog
2. Leave a comment below saying why you would like to have this book and indicate where you have followed
Yes, it’s that simple, but there are a few things you need/may want to know…
1. This is open to UK residents only;
2. The winner will be chosen randomly from the best comment(s) I feel have been given, no discussion will be entered into, and your ‘follow’ has been verified;
3. Giveaways are open for people aged 18 and over only;
4. To ensure your own safety please do not leave personal information in any comments section such as email address or mailing address;
5. Giveaway closes 30 June 2018;
6. Winner will be announced on this blog and twitter by 9 July 2018. The book will be posted out within 10 days and the recipient will be notified directly of posting date;
7. Please ensure you read about giveaways it is important.
Emily Elgar @emily_elgar
If You Knew Her is published in the UK by Little Brown /Sphere
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