Featured debut book giveaway: Black Rabbit Hall
This giveaway is sponsored by Michael Joseph
Endless summer days without an adult in sight: Amber cannot imagine anything ever changing.
The four Alton children spend every blissful summer at their family’s Cornish home, a house nicknamed Black Rabbit Hall, playing on its sun-baked lawns, building dens in its woods.
But no one foresees the storm that will bring it all to a tragic end, turning Black Rabbit Hall into a twisted, unforgiving place that will steal their childhood innocence. A home that not all four will be strong enough to survive.
Decades later, as Lorna winds her way through the countryside in search of a wedding venue, she discovers a disturbing message from one of the Alton children carved into a tree.
Will the truth of that dark summer finally creep into the light? Or should some secrets be buried forever?
Praise for Black Rabbit Hall:
"Black Rabbit Hall’s beautifully crafted mystery is a delight I want to experience again and again" – Stylist
"Atmospheric, with echoes of Du Maurier, this haunting novel enchanted me" – Woman & Home
Eve Chase always wanted to write about families - ones that go wrong but somehow survive - and big old houses, where family secrets and untold stories seed in the crumbling stone walls. Black Rabbit Hall is such a story. Eve is married with three children and lives in Oxfordshire where she is working on her second book which will be available in Spring 2017. You can follow Eve on Twitter @evepchase
We've got 100 copies of Black Rabbit Hall to give away to Mumsnetters to read and share their thoughts about it on the discussion thread. Fill in the form below to apply for your copy.
You don't have to win a free copy to take part in the discussion. Anyone who has read Black Rabbit Hall can post their feedback on the discussion thread. If you miss out on a free one, you can buy a paperback. All who post feedback before 10 August will be entered into a prize draw to win a £100 Love2shop voucher.
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