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Win a signed copy of Oblivion by Arnaldur Indridason

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oblivion_compo_02_signatureSaturday 22 August 2015 — Today only you can win a signed copy of Oblivion by Arnaldur Indridason on our Facebook page. The draw ends at midnight Pacific time (US & Canada). This is a brilliant opportunity to own a Nordic noir collectible. Not only that, but you’re in for a treat as inside Erlendur and Marion try to solve the case of a man who appears to have died on the US military base at Keflavik. Plus, as is his wont, Erlendur tackles the cold case of a teenage girl who went missing back in the 1950s.

Set in the late 1970s, this is the second Young Erlendur novel to have been translated into English and we’ve got the signed hardback you can see below up for grabs. A thank-you to Harvill Secker for providing the prize.

Enter our draw here, or read the review here.

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