COMP CLOSED: ‘The Interpreter’ by Brooke Robinson

In this week’s giveaway, the power of one person could make the guilty innocent and the innocent guilty. But interfering with justice comes at a price and while being an interpreter sounds like a dream job to some, there are always two sides of the same coin. We have three copies of the astounding debut The Interpreter by Brooke Robinson to give away. Here’s the blurb:

The most dangerous person in the courtroom isn't the killer. . .

Revelle is a court interpreter and knows the power of words. She spends her days translating for other people; murderers, fraudsters and their victims. She speaks their words. Only she knows exactly what they're saying.

When she spots an injustice is about to take place, and a guilty man about to be labelled innocent, she has the power to twist an alibi to get the verdict she wants. The verdict she believes is correct. She's willing to risk it all.

But someone knows what she's done.

And they want justice.

If you’d like to win a copy, simply tell us in ONE sentence what your dream job is and why. Our favourite three entries will win a copy!

Entries close midday (Syd/Melb time) Monday 12 June.

THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED. THANKS FOR YOUR ENTRIES! WINNERS WILL BE CONTACTED BY EMAIL AND ANNOUNCED IN OUR NEWSLETTER.

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