Nov/Dec Competitions

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We have three copies of the rather beautiful new novel by Mark Frost entitled The Secret History of Twin Peaks and if you would like to win yourself a copy tell us what is the link between Twin Peak’s very own Log Lady and David Lynch’s debut film, Eraserhead.

The mighty Ben Aaronovitch is back with The Hanging Tree, the latest installment in the Rivers of London series (which is basically a little bit Harry Potter meets grown up police procedural). You can give yourself the chance to win a copy if you tell us the name of Aaronovitch’s erstwhile hero…

You may have already read our review of Jarett Kobek’s I Hate the Internet (if you haven’t read it here) but reviewer Tamim Sadikali regards it as his book of 2016. To win, all you have to do is tell us where Kobek currently calls home…

You all know how we love our graphic novels here at Bookmunch and JM DuPont’s Love in Vain, which tells the story of legendary bluesman who sold his soul to the devil (apparently) Robert Johnson. To be in with a chance of winning, tell us who wrote the definitive Johnson bio, Searching for Robert Johnson.

Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals, a movie adaptation of the 1993 novel Tony & Susan by Austin Wright is certainly setting the hares racing and earning some dynamite reviews the length and breadth of the country right now. To win a copy of that original novel, tell us who the principal leads of the movie are.

Another book we’ve been raving about this last few weeks is Cynan Jones’ Cove, published by Granta. Jones appears to be carving out quite the name for himself as a sort of Welsh Cormac McCarthy. You can get on the Jones train, if you tell us the title of his debut…

Margaret Drabble’s latest, The Dark Flood Rises, is garnering some pretty damn terrific reviews – and “seethes with apocalyptic intent” according to the Guardian. We have three copies to give away. All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning a copy is tell us which Beckett play features in the early stages of this book…

Christine Sneed’s deeply perceptive collection of short stories, The Virginity of Famous Men, is set to be published very soon by Bloomsbury and we have three copies to share with our readers. To win a copy tell us which prize she won in 2009…

Set the Boy Free is Mr Johnny Marr’s biography, so the flipside to Morrissey’s Autobiography, if you will. We have a copy to give away to an eager Marr fan. All you have to do is tell us which US sketch show devised by Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein did Marr cameo in back in 2012.

Jack Reacher is back in Night School, his 21st outing if you can believe it, and you can get your hands on the new Lee Childs if you tell us what is Jack Reacher’s middle name…

Please send your answers to us at winbooksatbookmunch@gmail.com – the deadline is end December and we’ll send out prizes in the new year🙂




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Coming soon on Bookmunch

Wood Green by Sean Rabin

Himself by Jesse Kidd

Hag-seed by Margaret Atwood

Cove by Cynan Jones

All that Man Is by David Szalay

Glue Ponys by Chris Wilson

Utopia by Thomas More

Cormorance by Nick Hayes

The Terranauts by TC Boyle

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