Blog Tour Book Giveaway: Complete Set of Books by Sara Foster

Well, what would the kick-off of a fabulous blog tour be without a fantastic opportunity to win some books?

To celebrate the upcoming release of her fourth novel, All That is Lost Between Us and, in conjunction with Sara Foster and Simon & Schuster Australia, we'd like to offer you this fabulous giveaway - a full print copy set of Sara's books, including All That is Lost Between Us.

My own thoughts are that Sara writes taut psychological thrillers which tend to ask big questions and that's one of the things I love about her writing. Having had the opportunity to read all of her books, it's no secret that I'm a fan.

Here's some info on this very talented author's novels:

One fateful introduction threatens to unravel everything that Alex and Chloe have worked towards in their relationship – her name is Julia. If you're looking for a multifaceted psychological thriller and a complicated story of love which combine with multiple twists and turns, then this debut novel by Sara Foster will keep you enthralled right to the last chapter - Book Muster Down Under

Do you have to honour a promise you made in the past if it means losing all that you have now?

When Mark introduces his date, Julia, to Chloe and her husband at a London restaurant, it’s obvious something is very, very wrong. Alex and Julia pretend not to know each other, but the shocked expressions on their faces tell another story.

As the mystery of Julia’s identity unravels, a terrible tragedy from ten years ago gradually comes to light. While Chloe struggles with a secret of her own, Alex has to decide whether he should take Julia back to Australia to try to lay the past to rest, when doing so will risk all he has with the wife he loves.

And Julia must decide whether to finally confront Alex with the whole truth about what happened back then.

Set in London and Perth, Come Back to Me is a taut psychological drama that will keep you enthralled until the very last page.

In Beneath the Shadows, Sara's second novel, she tests her Protagonist by asking her to explore a difficult question -

How do you begin to move on, if the past won’t let you go?

When Grace’s husband, Adam, inherits a cottage on the isolated North Yorkshire moors, they leave London behind to try a new life. However, a week later, Adam vanishes, leaving their baby daughter on the doorstep.

The following year, Grace returns to the tiny village of Roseby. She is desperate for answers, but it seems the slumbering village is unwilling to give up its secrets. As Grace learns more about the locals and the area’s superstitions and folklore, strange dreams begin to trouble her. Are the villagers hiding something, or is she becoming increasingly paranoid? Only as snowfall threatens to cut them off from the rest of the world does Grace begin to understand how close the threat lies, and that she and her daughter may be in terrible danger if she cannot get them away in time.

Sara Foster has created this love letter to the ocean with her emotions and passions shining through the characters she has created and being put on display for all to see. Compelling, emotional and graphic, each character has their own story to share, seamlessly combining to create an authentic plot that will make you question the true meaning of freedom - Book Muster Down Under

How far would you go to save someone you love?

Two years ago, Desi Priest made a horrific mistake and destroyed her family.

Now, she is coming home to make amends: to her daughter Maya, who’s nurturing her own dangerous plan; to her brother Jackson, who blames himself; and to her close friend Pete, who has spent years shielding her from a devastating truth.

But as Desi returns to her beloved house by the ocean, there is a stranger waiting for her. Someone who needs her help. Someone whose arrival will reveal a chain of secrets hidden for over twenty years.

And one by one the family will be forced to confront the possibility that they have somehow got things terribly, tragically wrong …

Set across five continents, Shallow Breath is a compelling novel of dashed dreams and second chances. But most of all it is a story about love, and what it really means to be free.

A story that I think a lot of parents of teenagers, like myself, will be able to relate to because it not only opens up to us the world that our young adults inhabit but a world that us, as parents, are constantly trying to navigate in order to guide our children - Book Muster Down Under

The lies we tell for love are the most dangerous of all.

Seventeen-year-old Georgia has a secret – one that is isolating her from everyone she loves. She is desperate to tell her best friend, but Sophia is ignoring her, and she doesn’t know why. Before she can find out, Sophia is left fighting for her life after a hit and run, with Georgia a traumatised witness.

As a school psychologist, Georgia’s mother Anya should be used to dealing with scared adolescents. However, it’s very different when the girl who needs help is your own child. Meanwhile, Georgia’s father is wracked with a guilt he can’t share; and when Zac, Georgia’s younger brother, stumbles on an unlikely truth, the family relationships really begin to unravel.

Georgia’s secret is about to go viral. And yet, it will be the stranger heading for the family home who will leave her running through the countryside into terrible danger. Can the Turner family rise above the lies they have told to betray or protect one another, in order to fight for what matters most of all?

Set against the stark, rugged beauty of England’s Lake District, All that is Lost Between Us is a timeless thriller with a modern twist.

So, what do you have to do?

All we're asking is for you to answer one simple question and post your response in the comments below.

Why would you like to read Sara's books?

This competition is open Australia wide (apologies to International visitors but due to high postage costs we are unable to offer the prize worldwide) and closes at midnight EST on Friday, 5 February 2016.

One winner will be selected at random and announced here on the blog (which feeds through to both my Facebook Page and Twitter handle) and will be contacted via email or social media (Facebook/Twitter) within 24 hours of the draw.

If you are not on social media but would like to enter, don't despair. Please email me at and provide me with your details.

Disclaimer: I reserve the right to re-draw if the winner does not contact me within 24 hours of them being notified.

Best of luck everyone! We look forward to reading your comments.


  1. My favourite genre ..... I love that an Australian female is writing such engrossing work.

  2. This is a fantastic giveaway thanks Marcia. I'd love to read Sara's books because I enjoy that breath holding heart pounding feeling you get from psychological thrillers. I want to be pulled into a book and not let go.

  3. (sorry if this posts twice - computer was being stupid!)
    I haven't had a chance to read Sara's books yet but they are on my wish list. And you have to read a good thriller in paperback because you will get to the good part and your battery is guaranteed to die!

  4. Australian fiction, especially by female authors is my favourite genre. I love to support Australian authors and even better writers from my own home state, West Australia. II would love to read all Sara's books as a fellow West Aussie :-)

  5. Stories that I can lose myself in. The sort of reads that stay with you and haunt. Got to love that.

  6. They sound like such an interesting range of settings and characters - I love Yorkshire, and I'm excited by the ocean one as well.

  7. I haven't had a chance to read any of Sara's booms and I really want too, heard many great things about her writing from other readers thst I am very keen :)

  8. I've only read Sara's latest and very much enjoyed it. I'm really only just getting into Australian authors more and more!

  9. I'd love to read more of Sara's books, my sister and I both loved "Beneath the shadows" and we talked about it for weeks afterwards.
    The new one sounds really good and I'd love to share it with my sister. I love books that leave you wondering about what you'd do in the circumstances.

  10. There's nothing I love more than getting caught up in the fictional psychological thriller world. I'm a pretty sensitive Person and I think that's why I get so caught up in these books, feeling all the feelings and relating to the characters. Id love to read Sara's books as I love supporting Australian authors, and am always extremely proud of the wonderful stories we can produce.


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