What drives a sane person to murder?

Prosecutor Teodor Szacki is about to find out.

What’s it about?

When bones are discovered in a bunker in Olsztyn, everyone assumes they’re relics from the German occupation of Poland, but it soon transpires that the bones are actually fresh, and that their chemical removal began when their owner was still alive…

Prosecutor Szacki quickly realises the dead man’s wife is hiding something, but it seems the investigation is stalling, until another victim is discovered, horribly mutilated. Could someone be targeting domestic abusers?

Famously straight-laced, Szacki has no sympathy with vigilantes, but when his own family is threatened he begins to understand how one can be driven beyond one’s principles into pure rage…

Who’s it by?

Zygmunt Miloszewski is a respected contemporary Polish author who has written two other books featuring Prosecutor Szacki (both set in other Polish cities). Both have been made into films and he has won multiple awards, including the Polityka Passport for Literature 2015 for ‘Rage’. Translation rights to his books have been sold in thirteen different languages.

What am I offering? How can you get your hands on it?

One paperback copy of Zygmunt Miloszewski’s ‘Rage’, sent to you by the lovely folks at Midas PR.

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Giveaway rules:

Competition runs from 05/08/2016-12/08/2016 and is open to UK participants over the age of 18 only. The winner will be chosen by Rafflecopter and will be given five working days to respond to a notification about their prize; in the unlikely event that they do not respond, another winner will be selected, using the same method, from entries already collected. And so on.

Rage by Zygmunt Miłoszewski, translated by Antonia Lloyd-Jones, was published on 1st August (Paperback £8.99, Amazon Crossing). Not a competition winner? You can order the book here.

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