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Win a hamper worth over £100 and a copy of Swallowtail Summer

swallowtail summer competition

To celebrate the paperback publication of Swallowtail Summer, we're giving one gransnetter the chance to win the Norfolk Indulgence Hamper from the Norfolk Deli, along with a copy of the book. Five runners-up will also receive a copy of Swallowtail Summer.

From Sunday Times bestseller Erica James comes her latest novel, Swallowtail Summer, a sweeping story about a group of long-time friends who learn how to live life to its fullest during one dramatic summer.

Linston End has been the summer holiday home for three families for many years. A rambling thatched house nestled on the water's edge on the Norfolk Broads, it's a haven of long, lazy picnics on the river, gin and tonics in the garden; a place to spend time together.

But this year, the friends are rocked by unexpected news, and it seems that Linston End will never be the same again. For some, this summer feels like the end. For others, it might just be the beginning...

The Norfolk Indulgence Hamper contains a wondrous mix of sweet and savoury artisan products – all made in Norfolk – including some classic Norfolk Mead, blended Norfolk Tea and Coffees through to some award-winning, jams, preserves, mustards and chutneys. The hamper comes in a 14-inch wicker hamper with leather straps and handles. 
 

Swallowtail Summer is published by Orion and is available online and from all good booksellers.


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How to enter

Simply fill in the form below and answer the question by 11am 15 August for the chance to win a a hamper and a copy of Swallowtail Summer.

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