Two For One Books @ WHSmith

2 June 2013

Breakthrough Breast Cancer has teamed up with Penguin and WHSmith to launch the new and exciting Read Pink. Make a Difference campaign. They're selling the books listed below in a two-for-one offer, with a donation for each sale going to cancer research.

Throughout the eight-week campaign they're encouraging you to head down to your high street and pick up one of the selected women’s fiction books by bestselling authors including Marian Keyes, Sue Townsend and Jojo Moyes.

Each of the Read Pink titles carry a 50p donation to Breakthrough’s life-saving work and, with holiday season around the corner, there’s no better time to get involved in Read Pink. Make a Difference as WHSmith is offering a "buy one get one half price" promotion on the titles.

Books available in the offer are:

  • Belle - Lesley Pearse
  • Stolen - Lesley Pearse
  • Trust Me - Lesley Pearse
  • The Promise - Lesley Pearse
  • The Help - Kathryn Stockett
  • Foursome - Jane Fallon
  • The Ugly Sister - Jane Fallon
  • The Patchwork Marriage - Jane Green
  • Mr Maybe - Jane Green
  • Accidental Husband - Jane Green
  • The Mystery of Mercy Close - Marian Keyes
  • Anybody Out There - Marian Keyes
  • Sushi For Beginners - Marian Keyes
  • Rachel's Holiday - Marian Keyes
  • The Seamstress - Maria Duenas
  • The Postmistress - Sarah Blake
  • The Girl You Left Behind - JoJo Moyes
  • Me Before You - JoJo Moyes
  • Lake of Dreams - Kim Edwards
  • The Memory Keepers Daughter - Kim Edwards
  • Secret Life of Evie Hamilton - Catherine Alliot
  • A Rural Affair - Catherine Alliot
  • One Day In May - Catherine Alliot
  • Between A Mother & Her Child - Elizabeth Noble
  • The Way We Were - Elizabeth Noble
  • The Friendship Test - Elizabeth Noble
  • What The Nanny Saw - Fiona Neill
  • The Fever Tree - Jennifer McVeigh
  • Women Who Went To Bed For A Year - Sue Townsend
  • Pieces of My Heart - Sinead Moriarty

Unfortunately you have to pop down to the store, but it's for a good cause, so it's worth it.

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