Win a Copy of "Once Upon a River" by Diane Setterfield
About "Once Upon a River"
"Once Upon a River is a whimsical story with dark undertones, that will leave you guessing until the very end. Amelia. No, Alice. Or is it Ann? – is saved from drowning late on the night of Winter Solstice. All who encounter this four-year-old, have a strong affinity to her. But what is it that draws people to her? Does she belong in this world? If you like Setterfield’s Thirteenth Tale, then this book is for you."
Reviewed for you here by librarian Karen. Publication date is set as December 4, 2018.
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- The winner will be contacted by email on Thursday, April 4.
- The winner can pick up their prize at the Library location of their choice.
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