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Craving a good book? Well, we’ve got the perfect read for you! Win 1 of 17 copies of Something to Hide, a riveting new novel of rural suspense from the bestselling Voice of the Outback, Fleur McDonald, thanks to our friends at Allen & Unwin.

Detective Dave Burrows returns in an unputdownable new novel from the bestselling author of Red Dirt Country.

With the sickening realisation that his cover has been blown, Detective Dave Burrows knows his family is in serious danger from the vicious stock thieves and murderers, Bulldust and his brother Scotty.

Devastating news brings Dave back to Barrabine, where circumstances force him to question his determination to stay in the police force. How could he live with himself if anything happened to Mel and the kids?

Who Can She Trust?

Mel, understandably frightened, must decide who she’ll listen to. Can she trust Dave to handle this threat hanging over their family, or is her father right to argue that she should leave her marriage immediately?

With her acclaimed skill for tension and drama, Fleur McDonald has delivered another richly compelling story in Something to Hide.

‘McDonald’s knowledge and experience of farming ensures the authenticity of setting and characters … an engaging mystery.’ Book’d Out on Red Dirt Country

Please note this competition is open from 12 May 2021 until 13 June 2021 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. T. JennerQLD
  2. L. SteabbenVIC
  3. K. HammondACT
  4. K. HackettSA
  5. A. MillsQLD
  6. S. ThompsonVIC
  7. C. RobertsVIC
  8. C. BrauerNSW
  9. E. LautaimiNSW
  10. F. ShariqVIC
  11. M. PrioloVIC
  12. L. HazeldineNSW
  13. J. WilliamsQLD
  14. J. SleanTAS
  15. K. SuljicNSW
  16. R. SinclairQLD
  17. R. FloydNSW
  • Agatha Christie so many interesting characters and great sets

  • Michael Connelly. His books have always been a favourite in my household, he really captures the reader and invites them on a journey into the unseen. A true thrill to be able to uncover the mysteries, page by page, chapter by chapter.

  • I love Robert Goddard for mystery. I’ve been reading his novels as soon as they come out for over 20 years now and he’s still my favourite. I live in the same town as Fleur and would love to read her latest book.

  • Ann Cleeves is a power house when it comes to crime fiction – I can never put her books down.

  • Ann Rule who wrote The Stranger Beside Me. It was about Ted Bundy who she knew personally.

  • Would have to be Agatha Christie, written so many books that always have me hooked

  • Kathy Reichs is my absolute favourite. Compelling, riveting and amazingly descriptive, building suspense and suspects whilst keeping you totally captivated…..extremely skillsful.

  • Agatha Christie as you just can’t have any writer ever that is so accomplished with the writing of crime & mystery thrillers. I particularly like ‘Murder on the Orient Express.’

  • Mary Higgins Clark as her books had so many twists and turns and surprises. Entertaining and easy to read. I will miss her books.

  • Agatha Christie for sure! Death on the Nile had me reeling and keeling; the way she organizes the plot line is phenomenal.

  • Michael Connelly is my absolute favourite! He knows how to draw you in and pop a surprise twist on you!

  • Robbie Morrison. There are so many layers to his novels with more flips than a gymnist!

  • I love a good old classic Stephen King book as they are all so different and creative!

  • Well call me a child but I still love reading books by Enid Blyton and my favorite series The Secret Seven.

  • I love Sarah Bailey, she’s an Australian too and has this way of weaving a tale that I can imagine the things she describes like I’m there, even though the towns are fictitious. I also love Fleur’s work.

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