Pre-order a copy of THE STOLEN SISTERS for the chance to win an indulgent Fortnum & Mason hamper!

Pre-order a copy of The Stolen Sisters for the chance to win an indulgent hamper of treats – the perfect accompaniment for a night of sitting on the edge of the sofa while reading Louise Jensen’s brilliant new thriller.

They survived their abduction. But can they ever escape their past?

Twenty years ago The Sinclair Sisters were taken. But what followed their return was far worse. Can a family ever recover from such a trauma especially when not everyone is telling the truth? This suspenseful new psychological thriller from bestselling author Louise Jensen is the perfect read for an autumnal night in.

All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning this great prize is to pre-order your copy of The Stolen Sisters. Simply fill in your details and proof of purchase on the form below. Your pre-order can be from any retailer, just fill in the order confirmation number in the form. Don’t worry if you’ve already pre-ordered your copy, you can still enter in the same way.

 

The Stolen Sisters Pre-Order Competition

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