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Win ‘A Matter of Life and Death’

Uncategorized | December 4, 2012 | By

Yesterday someone tweeted that they were fed up with looking at Christmas food already, so I’m taking the opportunity to give you a little break from feasing your eyes and giving you the opportunity to win a little something to put in your own Christmas stocking.  A good read to be enjoyed in those quiet moments after you have eaten all that food.

You may have heard about this book already as it was recently mentioned on Simon Mayo’s  
The Book Club Review of the Year 2012 on BBC Radio 2

WIN A SIGNED
COPY!
BUYING
THE PERFECT CHRISTMAS PRESENT DOESN’T HAVE TO BE…
A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH
If, by
Christmas Day, you’ve had enough ‘festive cheer’ for one year, then fill your stockings with
presents with a darker edge. 
If woolly jumpers,
over-indulgent hampers and a box of old-lady soaps are not your thing, then how
does ‘A Matter of Life and Death’ sound?
This
must-have debut novel by Paul Carroll is a satirical reflection of contemporary
Britain.  A witty, black comedy with a
thought-provoking core. 
Paul
draws upon the age-old saying: “Everybody should be famous for fifteen
minutes.  After they die” and questions
if society has gone too far.
Both
entertaining and shocking, this book is a perfect present for those looking to
add a bit of depth to this year’s Christmas stocking. 
For
a chance to win a signed copy of A Matter Of Life and Death, simply leave a comment telling me the
name of the debut author and a contact email address:
a)   Paul Carroll
b)   Caroll Paul
c)    Lewis Carol
For
more information visit www.amolad.co.uk
Competition is open to UK residents and ends on 14th December, 2012 at 8pm

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