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  Want one for yourself? Subscribe HERE for the Harlequin Library Teen Newsletter for a chance to win a copy of this sharp, riotous look at freshman year and Greek life, Frat Girl! Winner will be randomly selected on the book’s pub day, March 27. If you’re already subscribed, don’t worry, we love this book so much that you’re entered to win automatically! You’re welcome.

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The words “mystery” and “HQN” might not often go together. But ten-time New York Times bestselling romantic suspense writer Christina Dodd and Harlequin have joined forces, and  the result is a sharp, chilling story about a woman with the scar of a gunshot on her forehead and no memory of a year of her life, one of HQN’s biggest books of the year, and genre-bending like you’ve never seen it.   MEET THE AUTHOR (read more…)

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Happy Valentine’s Day! Sort of.   If your heart is as black as night, may I suggest an alternative romance that will send a different kind of shiver down your spine: Dead Girl Running  [HQN, April 24*] from romantic suspense heavy-hitter, Christina Dodd. Even the romance naysayers won’t be able to resist the book that Booklist says in its starred review is a “guaranteed keep the-lights-on-late read.”   Enjoy the read? (read more…)

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  Spencer Wise is an exciting new voice in literary fiction and the author of THE EMPEROR OF SHOES [Hanover Square, June 2018], a transfixing story about an expatriate in southern China and his burgeoning relationship with a seamstress intent on inspiring dramatic political change.   Meet Spencer (and other great authors!) alongside elegant tea, finger sandwiches, and sweet treats at the Gala Author Tea sponsored by ReferenceUSA. Colorado Convention Center (read more…)

Congratulations to Benjamin Ludwig, whose critically acclaimed novel and LibraryReads Pick Ginny Moon [Park Row Books] was selected for the Texas Librarian Association 2018 Lariat Reading List! If you are attending TLA in Dallas this year, don’t miss the chance to hear the author speak at the Lariat session on April 5th. Stay tuned for more details!   GREAT NEWS FOR BOOK CLUBS! The beloved Ginny Moon is now available in paperback. (read more…)

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