Readers’ Club Newsletter Giveaway!

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With fantastic early review quotes coming in (yay and phew!) for The Mystery of Four, I’ve got an advance copy to give away to new subscribers to my Readers’ Club newsletter. It’s not out until January 2023 but uncorrected proof copies are circulating to reviewers now, and if you win, you can read it ahead of everyone else!

And not only that – I’m giving away a pile of books I’ve *loved* with it (UK & Ireland only, apologies folks further abroad). The Mystery of Four was inspired by Agatha Christie’s Murder is Easy so I’m starting with that…

Murder is Easy by Agatha Christie

Run Time by Catherine Ryan Howard

The Belladonna Maze by Sinead Crowley Author

The Empty Room by Brian McGilloway

and They All Lied by Louise Phillips

All you have to do to enter is sign up for my Readers’ Club newsletter here by 1pm 19/09/22 at The newsletter gives you an inside track on my writing process and an insight into what I’m reading and watching – you can read the most recent one here. I’ve got some exciting giveaways coming exclusively for newsletter subscribers, plus you’ll find exclusive content that’s just for my Reader’s Club.

The Mystery of Four isn’t out until January but here’s the blurb:

Murder is easy … when it doesn’t look like murder.

Tess Morgan has finally made her dream of restoring beautiful Kilfenora House and Gardens into a reality. But the week before the grand opening, her dream turns into a nightmare when a devastating accident looks set to ruin her carefully laid plans. There are rumours that Kilfenora House is cursed, but this feels personal, and increasingly terrifying, as people begin to die in a pattern that mirrors past events.

Could Tess herself be in danger? Clarissa Westmacott, ex star of stage and screen, certainly believes so, particularly when she discovers that someone has been picking purple-flowered aconite in the Poison Garden. And Clarissa will stop at nothing to save the friend she has come to see as a daughter..

And you can preorder here🙏🥰

Pop over to to join my Readers’ Club and you could be reading that VERY early copy.

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Join the Sam Blake Readers’ Club and be in with a chance to win all of these brilliant books!

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