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Thrillers4U competition

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If you fancy yourself as a bit of a sleuth, or a puzzle-solver at least, head over to the website Thrillers4U where they’re holding a wordy competition to win books by a range of authors.

Each day this week a new question will be released based on a book they’ve featured on their site. You may know the answer, or be able to discover it by reading relevant areas of the website. If you can gather all the clues you’ll be able to unscramble the word and could be up for the big prize – your choice of two books from the following authors: Philip Kerr, John Murray, Deon Meyer, Thomas H Cook, Gerald Seymour and SJ Watson. Today is day one.

Thrillers4U specialises in crime books that mainly come out of left-field, and has its own way of presenting plot synopses and other information about the storylines. Check it out the competition here and see what you think. It’s also being run on their Facebook page.

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