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GIVEAWAY: Knightley and Son Pack

March 3, 2016

*Giveaway posted 3rd March, enter by 9th March 2016*

This week we’d like to introduce you to Knightley and Son – two great detectives for the price of one! This series by Rohan Gavin, perfect for kids aged 9 and up, feature an unlikely hero and a brilliant comic cast, perfect for fans of Sherlock and criminally good storytelling. We’re thrilled to be giving away  three (3) sets, each containing the first 3 book in the series thanks to our friends at Bloomsbury!

In the first book, Darkus Knightley is not your average thirteen-year-old: ferociously logical, super-smart and with a fondness for tweed, detective work is in his blood. His dad Alan Knightley was London’s top private investigator and an expert in crimes too strange for Scotland Yard to handle, but four years ago the unexplained finally caught up with him – and he fell into a mysterious coma. Darkus is determined to follow in his father’s footsteps and find out what really happened. But when Alan suddenly wakes up, his memory is wonky and he needs help. The game is afoot for Knightley & Son – with a mystery that gets weirder by the minute, a bestselling book that makes its readers commit terrible crimes, and a sinister organisation known as the Combination . . .

If you’re after more great kid detectives, check out our article on junior sleuths here!

We have 3 Knightley and Son packs to giveaway, each containing a copy of Knightley and SonK-9 and 3 of a Kind. For your chance to win, post a comment on the GIVEAWAY story which will be on our facebook page from 7.30pm AEDT 3rd March, telling us who your favourite fictional detective is and why!

The three most interesting and original responses by 5pm AEDT 3rd March will each win one set of Knightley and Son books, thanks to our friends at Bloomsbury. Please note the competition is open to Australian residents only. The winners will be announced on our facebook page.

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