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In this newsletter, you will find books releasing the weeks of February 18th and February 25th that we think will be of interest to Bookreporter.com readers, along with Bonus News, where we call out a contest, feature or review that we want to let you know about so you have it on your radar.

This week, we are calling attention to our Debut Suspense/Thriller Author Spotlight of BEAUTIFUL BAD by Annie Ward, which has this intriguing tagline: "A devoted wife, a loving husband and a chilling murder that no one saw coming." Twenty-five readers will win a copy of the book, which releases on March 5th, and give us their feedback on it. The deadline for your entries is Thursday, February 28th at noon ET. Carol Fitzgerald read BEAUTIFUL BAD over the weekend and thought it was a complete page-turner.

We also encourage you to enter our Word of Mouth and Sounding Off on Audio contests for an opportunity to win some fabulous hardcovers and audiobooks. And please be sure to vote in our latest poll, where we ask how far in advance of a book’s publication you would like to hear details about it.

In this newsletter, you will find books releasing the weeks of February 11th and February 18th that we think will be of interest to Bookreporter.com readers, along with Bonus News, where we call out a contest, feature or review that we want to let you know about so you have it on your radar.

This week, we are calling attention to our "What's Your Book Group Reading This Month?" contest on ReadingGroupGuides.com, where three book groups will win 12 paperback copies of AN AMERICAN MARRIAGE by Tayari Jones. The deadline for your entries is Wednesday, March 6th at noon ET.

Also, please click on the covers above for our reviews of three books that released last week: CONNECTIONS IN DEATH, book #48 in J. D. Robb's In Death series featuring homicide cop Eve Dallas, who fights to save the innocent --- and serve justice to the guilty --- on the streets of New York; THE WEDDING GUEST by Jonathan Kellerman, which finds psychologist Alex Delaware and detective Milo Sturgis unraveling a shocking crime at a raucous wedding reception; and THE LOST MAN, a new stand-alone novel from Jane Harper, in which two brothers meet in the remote Australian outback when the third brother is found dead.

Finally, we are spotlighting FINDING DOROTHY, which is now in stores. In her latest novel, Elizabeth Letts tells the story behind THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ --- the book that inspired the iconic film --- through the eyes of author L. Frank Baum’s intrepid wife, Maud.

In this newsletter, you will find books releasing the weeks of February 4th and February 11th that we think will be of interest to Bookreporter.com readers, along with Bonus News, where we call out a contest, feature or review that we want to let you know about so you have it on your radar.

This week, we are calling attention to our Sounding Off on Audio contest for February. This month's prizes are the audio versions of Sophie Kinsella’s I OWE YOU ONE, read by Fiona Hardingham, and Fiona Barton’s THE SUSPECT, read by Susan Duerden, Fiona Hardingham, Nicholas Guy Smith and Katharine McEwan. Submit your comments about the audiobooks you've listened to by Friday, March 1st at noon ET, and you'll be in the running to win both these audio titles.

Also, we've updated our Books on Screen feature for this month. February's roundup includes the feature filmsThe Changeover,Donnybrook andThe Iron Orchard; the series premieres of "The ABC Murders" on Amazon Prime, "Miracle Workers" on TBS and "The Umbrella Academy" on Netflix; and the DVD releases ofCan You Ever Forgive Me?, The Grinch and Mary Queen of Scots.

And don't forget about our special contest on ReadingGroupGuides.com, which ends tomorrow, Wednesday, February 6th at noon ET. We’re asking book groups to help us compile our "Best Books of the Year" list for 2018. Click here to share both your favorite book that you read with your group last year and your favorite book that you read outside your group. One Grand Prize winner will be awarded six titles releasing this year that are perfect for book group discussions: THE AGE OF LIGHT by Whitney Scharer, THE GIRLS AT 17 SWANN STREET by Yara Zgheib, THE HUNTRESS by Kate Quinn, THE ISLAND OF SEA WOMEN by Lisa See, LOST ROSES by Martha Hall Kelly, and THE ONLY WOMAN IN THE ROOM by Marie Benedict.