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Win 1 of 10 copies of The Ripping Tree by Nikki Gemmell

The Ripping Tree is the latest novel from international bestselling author and columnist for The Weekend Australian Magazine, Nikki Gemmell.

 

An illustrious family. A beautiful home. A shipwrecked young woman left on its doorstep. Don't think they're going to save her.

 

The Ripping Tree is an intense, sharp shiver of a novel, which brings to mind such diverse influences as The Turn of the Screw, Rebecca and the film Get Out as much as it evokes The Secret River. A powerful and gripping tale of survival written in Gemmell's signature lyrical and evocative prose, it examines the darkness at the heart of early colonisation.

 

The Australian Plus is giving subscribers the chance to win 1 of 10 copies of The Ripping Tree, each valued at $32.99.

 

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Entries open at 9.00am AEST on 01 May, 2021 and close 11.59pm AEST on 30 June, 2021. Australian residents 18 years and over only. Limited to one entry per eligible member. Winners determined on 01 July at 4pm AEST at Nationwide News Pty Ltd, 2 Holt Street, Surry Hills, NSW 2010. Winner’s names to be published by 08 July, 2021 on The Australian Plus website. Individual prize valued at $32.99 each, total prize pool valued at $329.90 There are 10 copies of The Ripping Tree by Nikki Gemmell to be won by eligible subscribers. ACT Permit No.TP 20/01039. Full terms and conditions apply.

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