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Free books in February

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MoriartyWell, under Labour we had the credit crunch, and since then we’ve had five years of austerity under the ConDem coalition. We know things have been tight, tight, tight in the wallet department for hard working lovers of crime fiction. So we’re going to help you get through the austerity blues, and the tail end of a long winter, by giving away a FREE CRIME NOVEL EVERY DAY THIS MONTH on our Facebook page.

Beat_Goes_OnFirst up, on 1 February, is a lovely hardback copy of Moriarty by Anthony Horowitz. It’s his second Holmesian mystery and this edition looks particularly lovely with its artful jacket. During the month look out for titles by Iceland’s Arnaldur Indridason, Norway’s Karin Fossum, Scotland’s Ian Rankin, our Texan friend Sam Hawken and many more top authors. There will be police procedurals, private eyes, psychological thrillers and serial killers galore to warm up your February.

So it’ll be worth your while to visit www.facebook.com/crimefictionlover to enter our daily draws to win. Some of these draws will be UK-only due to postal costs on heftier titles, others will be worldwide.

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