CLOSED: Win new books and a Hotel Chocolat Hamper

april new releases

Easter is just around the corner – and we can’t wait to spend the long weekend cosied up with a thrilling new read and an endless supply of chocolate treats.

To celebrate, we’re giving one lucky winner a bundle of our favourite new releases, plus a Hotel Chocolate Happy Easter Hamper.

This bundle will include The Death of Mrs Westaway by Ruth Ware, Past Tense by Lee Child, Unnatural Causes by Dr Richard Shepherd, The Confessions of Frannie Langton by Sara Collins and From the Shadows by G R Halliday.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply enter your details below. Good luck!

This competition is now closed.

Terms and conditions. Competition closes 14th May 2019.

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  1. Anonymous says

    nothing as good as the feel, smell and anticipation when opening a new book

  2. Karen Sankar says

    Lovely to read books and eat chocolate
    Makes Easter special

  3. Jane cooper says

    Love be the feel of a new book in my hands and some lovely chocolate to eat x

  4. Diane Webb says

    Love books. Have been reading for as long as I can remember. The last couple of years have managed 60 to 70 a year. To be able to read with all that chocolate, yum yum. 😃😃

  5. Lesley Griffiths says

    A really “Dead Good” site and with chocolate whilst you read – what better?

  6. Susan McClenahan says

    Just the job!! My favourite chocolate and good books to read!!!

  7. Anonymous says

    Part of a book club, love escaping into a good book. The words on the page can make the world melt away.

  8. Angela Stacey says

    Always want a proper book – love the smell of new books and the pristine pages!

  9. Alison Middleton says

    I think my name should be Book Worm, I definitely get withdrawal symptoms when I haven’t a book at hand!

  10. Suzanne says

    Can’t bet a real book in your hands. No tablet to recharge at the exciting moments. Long live the paper copies., machines need energy to be read. Paper will last longer. Read and pass it on.