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Competition – ‘A Tap on the Window’ by Linwood Barclay

A Tap on the Window

Last week I reviewed ‘A Tap on the Window’ which was published by Orion on the 10th October 2013.  You can read what I thought about it in my last post.

I am now giving away 10 copies of this book.  To enter, just leave a comment telling me which books are on your wish list.

Terms and Conditions

This competition is open to UK residents only.

The closing date is 11:59 p.m. on the 31st October 2013.

Winners will be notified within 7 days and their details will be passed on to Orion who will send out the prizes.

Good Luck everyone! :-)

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25 thoughts on “Competition – ‘A Tap on the Window’ by Linwood Barclay

  1. David Hardy on said:

    Obviously the Linwood Barclay Book. Peter James – Dead Man’s Time. Karen Rose – Watch Your Back. Peter May – Entry Island + many. many more. Thanks

  2. A Tap on the Window, Under a Silent Moon – Elizabeth Haynes, The Dolls House -Louise Phillips, Six Years – Harlan Coben plus 420 others!. Thanks for a great competition.

  3. Sue Gale on said:

    Apart from A Tap on the Window I am looking forward to the new Stuart McBride,The October List by Jeffrey Deaver,The new Elizabeth George and Kathy Reichs and not forgetting Michael and John Connoly to name but a few

  4. Today I’m coveting the entire Booker short list! Especially A Tale For The Time Being by Ruth Ozeki

  5. Janet Emson on said:

    I have about 700 on my TBR, including A Tap in the Window but I’m also looking forward to A Season to Taste by Natalie Young & getting to I am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes which is waiting for me

  6. So, “a tap on the window” (obviously!), “Beauty” by Sarah Pinborough, & “the new watch” by Sergei Lukyanenko.

  7. gosh, right now my wishlist is really small- am excitedly anticipating The Book Of Life- by Deborah Harkness- her final in the All Souls Trilogy! and- a Tap on the Window wouldn’t go amiss! :)

  8. JULIE D. BANKS on said:

    A Tap on the Window, The Black Box by Michael Connelly, Criminal by Karin Slaughter & The Detectives Daughter by Lesley Thomson this I am going to treat myself to next week as the reviews of it sound wonderful and it will be a new author for me to try.

  9. Anahita on said:

    A Tap on the Window, The Silent Wife – ASA Harrison, The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, Watch Your Back – Karen Rose and too many more for me to list. :-)

  10. lindarumsey on said:

    I have such a long list of books I want to read I wouldn’t know where to start! Having just read Gone Girl, I think more Gillian Flynn as a starter and the last few Kathy Reichs.

  11. A Tap on the Window, Dare Me-Megan Abbott

  12. Donna Barrie on said:

    Along with Linwood Barclay I have on my current wish list the new books by Chris Ryan, Andy McNab, Martina Cole, Tim Weaver, Lee Child, Robert Harris, Ian Rankin & James Patterson to name but a few. Being a book worm means a large list & heaving bookshelves

  13. I have so many on my wishlist. Really looking forward to A Tap On The Window, I loved Trust Your Eyes. The new Peter James is a definite too. Thanks for the comp

  14. Jane Wells on said:

    The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton and A Tap on the Window

  15. Diane Carey on said:

    Have recently read a book by Steve Mosby and 3 books by Charlaine Harris. Have enjoyed reading them all, so want to read all the other books they have wrote

  16. Lindsey cross on said:

    Where to start! A tap on the window obviously! I can’t wait for I Heart Christmas and the Body of Souls by James Oswald. I have so many on my birthday wish list!

  17. So may wished for: I’ve cleared my shelves and given my books to the local Macmillan charity shops in the hope the family find my list (posted many times around the house!): So, of course, A Tap on the Window and then the new books by Deborah Harkness, Ruth Orzeki, Elizabeth George, Pat Barker, Martina Cole – to name but a few

  18. Susan Buchanan on said:

    Too long a list to leave, but apart from A Tap on the Window, the new Michael Connelly, John Grisham’s Sycamore Rd as well as a heap of contemporary fiction and chicklit books. We could honestly be here all day with my list!

  19. Victoria Savill on said:

    I’m on the waiting list for A Tap on the Window at the library so this is definitely number 1 on my list. I’m also eager to read Calling Mrs Christmas by Carole Matthews.

  20. Norma Barrie on said:

    I love all crime authors from the one and only Linwood Barclay to Ian Rankin, Mark Billingham, Patricia Cornwell, Sue Grafton and Karen Rose. I could add many more but would be here all day. These are the ones on the top of my wish list for new books.

  21. So many books! I have to say Linwood Barclay’s books are always top of my list. He’s an incredible author and I loved every single one of his books to date. I’m also incredibly excited for the new Jane Fallon, the new Lucy Anne Holmes, the new Lindsey Kelk, the new Giovanna Fletcher…the list goes on!

  22. Love the sound of Tap on the Window. My wish list top three are The Shining by Stephen King, Collected Ghost Stories by M.R.James and The Never List by Koethi Zan. Oh gosh, does that make me sound like some kind of nutter?

  23. Doctor Sleep by Stephen King and the Morrissey autobiography!

  24. Thanks to everyone who entered this competition. I have randomly chosen the winners and have contacted them by email.

    Sonya

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