Win a copy of Someone Else’s Skin by Sarah Hilary

Thanks to the lovely Sam Eades at Headline, I have a paperback copy of the fantastic Someone Else’s Skin by Sarah Hilary to give away. I reviewed it here and loved it – it’s tense, dark and brilliantly written.

SomeoneElsesSkin_v13 SH.jpg

To enter, just leave a comment telling me what the last book you read was. You can get an extra entry by following @bibliomouse, tweeting about the giveaway and leaving me the link to your tweet in the comments, and another by following the blog by email or on Bloglovin’ and leaving your follower name in the comments.

 The giveaway closes on Wednesday 26 March at 12pm.


Entry is open to UK  ONLY. No alternative prizes available. Winner will be notified by email and announced in an update to this post. The book is being sent by me but I’m not responsible for items lost or damaged in the post.

Update: The winner, chosen by, is…Debs Riccio! Congratulations Debs, I’ll be in touch for contact details.

7 responses to “Win a copy of Someone Else’s Skin by Sarah Hilary

  1. last book read was mari hannah monument to murder-love to win sarahs book-sounds great


  2. I am just about to finish The Shock of The Fall by Nathan Filer, which I am enjoying, although enjoy doesn’t seem quite to right word as it is heart-breaking too. I did RT this comp!


  3. Just finishing ‘The Things We Never Said’ by Susan Elliot Wright which is a proper pageturner; last one was ‘A Thousand Splendid Suns’ which was breathtaking


  4. Not participating because I live in Spain, but good luck to everyone! I’m waiting for my review copy to arrive and I?m super excited🙂


  5. Crisis of Brilliance by David Haycock. A well written account of the early lives of five artists who were students at the Slade in the run up years to WW1. Really worth a read


  6. Have just finished reading Waiting for Wednesday by Nicci French third in a series featuring a psychotherapist called Frieda Klein…page turning series, recommend reading in order🙂


  7. Hi,I’m sadly coming to the end of Life after Life by Kate Atkinson. I’m also following you on Bloglovin’:
    Mcj ESmith


Leave me a message.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s