Edward Hogan – The Savidge Reads Advent Calendar Day 22

As you will see from the review above ‘The Hunger Trace’ has become one of my very favourite books of the year. It is also a very ‘me’ book not only because it is darkly brooding and darkly humourous but also because it describes my homeland so well, oh those Derbyshire peaks. It also has that lovely feeling of an idyllic setting with a much darker undertone. So I want to give you copies of the books in return for your recommendations of other such books.

All you need to do is leave a comment on this post telling me of books with a village setting in the countryside/wilderness/outback (anywhere in the world)  with some much darker shenanigans going on behind the scenes, though don’t tell me what those shenanigans are of course. Three of you could be in with the chance of a copy of this wonderful, wonderful book – you have until 11am GMT on the 24th of December. Good luck.

P.S I will be announcing all winners of the advent calendar give aways on Christmas Day, present giving galore.

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