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Jan 17: First Impressions/Book Club Offer
Jan 24: The BookBrowse Review

February
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Feb 14: First Impressions/Book Club Offer
Feb 21: The BookBrowse Review

March
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Mar 13: First Impressions/Book Club Offer
Mar 20: The BookBrowse Review

April
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Apr 10: First Impressions/Book Club Offer
Apr 17: The BookBrowse Review

May
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May 15: The BookBrowse Review
May 22: First Impressions/Book Club Offer

June
Jun 5: The BookBrowse Review
Jun 12 First Impressions/Book Club Offe
Jun 19: The BookBrowse Review

July
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Jul 17: The BookBrowse Review
Jul 31: The BookBrowse Review

August
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Aug 21: The BookBrowse Review

September
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Sep 11: First Impressions/Book Club Offer
Sep 18: The BookBrowse Review

October
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Oct 9: First Impressions/Book Club Offer
Oct 16: The BookBrowse Review

November
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Nov 6: The BookBrowse Review
Nov 20: The BookBrowse Review

December
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Dec 4: The BookBrowse Review

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