David Peace Giveaway: Win a Red Riding Movie Poster and a Copy of Occupied City

EDIT 3/1/10: This giveaway is now over.

Red Riding

For more information about Occupied City, click here.

The Red Riding films will have their theatrical release in the U.S. this month. Read The New York Times‘s feature on the series and watch the trailer:

*Official Giveaway Rules & Regulations

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NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Enter your e-mail address for the chance to receive a copy of the hardcover edition of Occupied City and a movie poster for Red Riding. The giveaway begins February 2nd, 2010, and ends February 28th, 2010 at midnight (EST).

The giveaway is open to legal residents of the United States who are at least 18 years of age on February 2, 2010, excluding all Random House employees and affiliates. Requests received from personal residing in geographic areas in which entry is not permitted will be disqualified. All federal, state and local laws and regulations apply. Void wherever prohibited or restricted by law.

The grand prize winner will receive one (1) copy of a first United States edition hardcover of Occupied City and a movie poster for Red Riding. Approximate retail value of grand prize is $26 (US Dollars). Four (4) runners-up will receive a movie poster for Red Riding. Approximate retail value of grand prize is $0.01 (US dollars). Winners will be selected at random.

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