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Looking for a Mothers' Day gift for your literature-loving mum? Sony has a suggestion: a special edition e-book reader ready to be loaded with a female friendly digital library.

Available until 14 March, the offer is open to anyone who buys a Sony Reader PRS-300 Pocket Edition - reviewed here. Send in the receipt and a claim form, and you'll receiver a voucher entitling you - or your ma - to download ten free e-books.

She'll also receive a complimentary tan or purple leather case for her Reader.

The free books are:
Joanne Harris' Chocolat,
Ruth Rendell's End In Tears,
Chris Ryan's Firefight - is this really a book for mums, Sony?
Jessica Hart's Cinderella’s Wedding Wish,
Sarah Morgan's Powerful Greek, Unworldly Wife,
Abby Gaines' The Rebel Tycoon’s Outrageous Proposal,
Carol Mortimer's Pregnant with the Billionaire’s Baby,
Sophia James' Knights of Grace,
Kate Hardy's The Children’s Doctor’s Special Proposal and
Margaret Leroy's The Drowning Girl.

You can download the claim form from Sony's website. ®

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