Book giveaway: Without a Trace by Lesley Pearse
Without a Trace is the
heart-wrenching new novel by best-selling author Lesley
On Coronation Day in 1953, Molly Heyward slips away from the celebrations and
makes a shocking discovery. Her friend Cassie is dead and Cassie's six-year
old daughter Petal has vanished without a trace. The only clue is a letter
from London, where Cassie once lived.
Now Molly must go on a perilous journey to find Petal and uncover the past
her friend has kept so well hidden.
Meet the author
Lesley Pearse was told as a child that she had too much imagination for her
own good. When she grew up she worked her way through a number of jobs,
including nanny, bunny girl, dressmaker and full-time mother before, at the
age of forty-nine, she became a published writer.
Since then Lesley has
become an internationally bestselling author, with over seven million copies
of her books sold worldwide,
including Survivor, Forgive Me, The Promise, Belle and many more. Find out more
about Lesley's backlist
Find out about Lesley's own reading habits in our author Q&A here.
Read and review the book to win....
We have 50 copies of Without a Trace up for grabs. All those who review the
book or join the discussion about the book will be entered into a draw to win
a fabulous Breville Pick and Mix package worth over
The prize includes:
A Breville Pick & Mix mixer with 10 mixer
speeds, 2 bowl speeds, stainless steel beaters, dough hooks; a Beau
and Elliot Blooming Lovely apron and oven glove set; a classic mechanical
kitchen scale; a Price & Kensington two-tier ceramic cake stand; a Flint
round cake tin; a Retro sugar dispenser; a set of 4 Retro milk shake
glasses; a dipped wooden spatula; a dipped wooden whisk; a large retro
drink bottle; a Tala round 20cm springform cake tin; a Tala square 23cm baking
tin; a Tala 1950s icing syringe set; a Talacooks dry measure; a Mason cash
baker street wooden rolling pin, a Talaflour sifter and a set of 4 Country
We'll email all those who have been allocated books once the giveaway has
closed (Monday 24 August).
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