Women’s Month Celebrates Fearless Females with incredible prizes!

August is the month of celebrating women, strong women who marched against their government for what they believed to be an injustice in their country. August 9th 1956 saw 20,000 women march on the Union Building in Pretoria to stand united against the Apartheid regime. Let’s be honest… these women kicked ass! They showed the strength each and every women holds inside herself and showed the fearless female instinct we all have inside.

Reader’s Warehouse and Penguin Random House SA are celebrating fearless females everywhere for the month of August with an incredible competition. Women’s Murder Club by James Patterson follows a group of women all working in crime investigating fields as they band together to solve some of the most horrific murders ever imagined! With the fourteenth and latest book in this spine-tingling series having just been released, Reader’s Warehouse and Penguin Random House SA would like to offer fans of the series the chance to win!

All you need to do is to purchase your own copy of 14th Deadly Sin from Reader’s Warehouse web store before August 31st and you’ll be in with a chance of winning one of TEN Sorbet vouchers to the value of R500!! If that doesn’t make you rush out to buy a copy we also have FIVE runner-up hampers of: 8th Confession, 9th Judgement, 10th Anniversary, 12th of Never & Unlucky 13.

Celebrate the women in your life and stand a chance to get pampered and completely engrossed in the incredible Women’s Murder Club series by the King of thrills James Patterson.

14th Deadly Sin
14th Deadly Sin – James Patterson & Maxine Paetro

14th Deadly Sin by James Patterson & Maxine Paetro

A new terror is sweeping the streets of San Francisco. And the killers look a lot like cops…

As Detective Lindsay Boxer investigates whether the perpetrators are brilliant impostors or police officers gone rogue, she receives a chilling warning to back off.

On the other side of the city, an innocent woman is murdered in broad daylight in front of dozens of witnesses.

But there are no clues and no apparent motive. With killers in disguise, a maniac murderer on the loose, and danger getting ever closer to Lindsay’s door, could this be one case too many for the Women’s Murder Club?



This competition is now closed.

Rachel Reeves

A Bibliophile through and through, Rachel is a firm believer that the right sentence, read at the right time can be life-changing.
When she doesn't have her nose buried in a book, Rachel can be found surrounded by furry friends or cooking up delicious plant-based feasts.

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