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Win a Fortnum & Mason hamper and a signed copy of Dilly Court's new book

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Nettie's Secret is the latest novel from Dilly Court, one of the bestselling saga writers of all time. To celebrate its publication, we're giving you the chance to win a luxury hamper from Fortnum & Mason worth £100 and a signed copy of Nettie's Secret. Five runners-up will also receive a copy of the book. 

Set in London in 1875, Nettie Carroll is forced to leave behind the only home she has ever known. Taking one last look around her little room in Covent Garden, Nettie is unable to even say goodbye to her friends. Her father had trusted the wrong man, and now they would have to go on the run, once again. 


Praise for Dilly Court

‘A fast-paced, riveting read’ - Sunday Express
‘As always Dilly keeps you absorbed right to the end’ - Choice
‘A rollicking, fast-paced adventure with a hint of romance!’  - My Weekly
‘Spellbinding . . . you just keep turning the pages’ - Daily Mail

Dilly Court is the Sunday Times Top Ten bestselling author of over thirty novels. She grew up in North East London and began her career in television, writing scripts for commercials. She is married with two grown-up children and four grandchildren, and now lives in Dorset on the beautiful Jurassic Coast with her husband.


Nettie's Secret by Dilly Court is out now and available online from all good bookshops. 

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Simply fill in the form and answer the question below by 11am on 17 June for the chance to win a luxury Fortnum & Mason hamper and a signed copy of Nettie's Secret by Dilly Court.

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