CLOSED: Win some books and a Thorntons hamper

win october new releases

This October, we’re giving away a bundle of crime books plus a Thorntons Family Sharing Chocolate Hamper!

win october releases

One lucky winner will get their hands on six boxes of chocolates plus plenty of delicious snacks to enjoy curled up with a gripping book. Whether you’re stocking up for Christmas early or filling up the snack cupboard, this is the perfect hamper for you and your loved ones to dig in to throughout the chillier months.

This bundle will include Agent Running in the Field by John le Carré, The Shape of Night by Tess Gerritsen, The Benefit of Hindsight by Susan Hill, 18th Abduction by James Patterson and The Ex-Girlfriend by Nicola Moriarty.

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

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Terms and conditions. Competition closes 31st October.

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30 Comments

  1. Susan Greer says

    Can’t wait to read the books and eat the chocolate my favourite pastime.

  2. Sharon says

    What an awesome prize – chocolate and books!! What’s not to love 💕

  3. Michelle says

    Would love to win this am pregnant with my first child an by then I won’t be moving much if it’s cold lol great prize good luck everyone 🤞

  4. Sara says

    This would be a prize for the whole family! My mum, myself and my daughter, a good book, box of chocolates, just what could, dark days were made for!

  5. Michelle Currie says

    Would love to win this prize as the books will keep my dad from getting bored while he is recovering from his operation.

  6. Ann says

    What could be nicer on a Wintery day than to snuggle up with a good book and a box of Thorntons! Heaven!

  7. Diane givens says

    This prize is amazing, nothing better than to curl up on a dark winters night with a crime novel and chocolate goodies.