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Compelling and Timely: Read an Extract from The Favour by Rebecca Freeborn

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5 May 2021

Compelling and Timely: Read an Extract from The Favour by Rebecca Freeborn

    Friendship, Power and Loyalty: Read our Review of The Favour by Rebecca Freeborn

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    5 May 2021

    Friendship, Power and Loyalty: Read our Review of The Favour by Rebecca Freeborn

      Rebecca Freeborn Shares How Conformity and Feminism Inspired Her Novel The Favour

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      4 May 2021

      Rebecca Freeborn Shares How Conformity and Feminism Inspired Her Novel The Favour

        Synopsis

        Old friends Hannah and Quinn have grown apart over the years as their lives take them in opposite directions. Hannah cares for her three young children, her career on hold, while Quinn has a successful job in advertising, where she works hard and plays harder. But their friendship hangs together because of a terrible secret they share from their university days – a debt Hannah owes Quinn that they can never discuss. Quinn has always kept her professional and personal lives separate, but these worlds collide when a colleague assaults her. As her life starts falling apart, Quinn decides to take revenge on her attacker – and she expects her old friend Hannah to help. But when things begin to unravel, Hannah must decide how much she’s willing to risk in order to return the favour. A gripping examination of the darker side of friendship, power and loyalty. How far would you go to repay a debt?
        Rebecca Freeborn
        About the author

        Rebecca Freeborn

        Rebecca Freeborn lives in the beautiful Adelaide Hills with a husband, three kids, a dog, a cat, a horse, more books than she can fit in her bookcase and an ever-diminishing wine collection. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Professional and Creative Communications and now works as a communications and content editor for the South Australian Government where she screams into the void against passive voice and unnecessary capitalisation. Rebecca loves strong, witty female characters, and wrote Hot Pursuit because she wanted to escape the focus on fashion and personal appearance that is so common in contemporary women 's fiction. She writes before the sun comes up and spends her moments of spare time reading novels and feminist articles and compulsively checking Facebook.`

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