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Ladies & Gentleman ... wanna win a brand new copy of either 'LOS ANGELES' by Peter Moore Smith or 'THE GOOD GUYS' by Joe Pistone, Bill Bonanno, and David Fisher to add to your growing Book collections?!

Of course you do, so take a minute out of your day and check out how to do just that!

'Los Angeles': - It is a hoarse whisper over a crackling cell phone - Angel - then the connection is lost. But Angel Veronchek is convinced that the voice belongs to his mysterious and beautiful new neighbor, Angela - and that she is terrified for her life. So begins Angels dangerous and desperate quest to uncover what happened to Angela, a woman he loves and has become obsessed with, but about whom he knows nearly nothing.

'The Good Guys': - Including the impressive credentials of co-authors Bonanno, billed as "the former head of the Bonanno crime family," and Pistone (aka 'Donnie Brasco'), whose undercover work inside that Mafia organization while an FBI agent laid the groundwork for the historic federal organized crime prosecutions that decimated New York's five families, 'The Good Guys' is set in New York City in the 1980s. The story uses alternate chapters to focus on two FBI agents, Connor O'Brien and Laura Russo, and on Bobby Hats, a brutal thug aiming to become a made man.

To win yourself one of these wonderful new Books just tell me taken from Joe Pistone's first book, the bestselling 'Donnie Brasco', who appeared as the central character in the film that sprang from it?

Send me your answers and if you're correct you'll be in the running to win one of these wonderful new BOOKS!. Just send us an e:mail here before February 13th with your answer and the subject title 'WARNER BOOKS' to: