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Win 'The Betrayed' and 'One Mississippi' Books!

Ladies & Gentleman ... wanna win brand new books such as 'The Betrayed' by David Hosp OR 'One Mississippi' by Mark Childress 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!

When her sister is found brutally murdered, Sydney Chapin is drawn back into the vortex of her wealthy family. She's worried sick about her shy niece, Amanda, who found her mother's body, and even feels some sympathy for her steely mother, who is showing signs of vulnerability. Most of all, she wants to find out who murdered her sister and intends to fully cooperate with the two Washington, D.C., detectives assigned to the case--Darius Train, a towering former football star who grew up in one of the city's roughest sections, and his seeming polar opposite: boyish, suburban Jack Cassian.

As the three work in tandem, the case leads them to a mental hospital known for its horrific eugenics experiments and then to a powerful cabinet member, all the while trying to fend off interference from wealthy, well-connected politicos.

Midway through high school in Indiana, Daniel Musgrove once again must relocate as his abusive salesman father gets a new route in the highly mockable South, where Daniel figures he won't really have any friends and he'll be "as dumb as these people in a month." Also, it being small-town Mississippi in 1973, integration is a relatively new concept for both the locals who don't like it and Daniel, who doesn't understand the big deal.

Pigeonholed into the "brain/loser" species of student along with his best friend, Tim, Daniel navigates, often hilariously and sometimes harrowingly, the pratfalls of southern teenage life, where racial tensions abound and friendship is filled with uncertain and perhaps misplaced affections. But when one night the first black prom queen suffers a brain-damaging accident and awakens believing she's white, things begin to truly unravel for Daniel and Tim.

To give yourself the chance to win one these brand new Warner books, just answer this easy question: In which of Childress' books is the year 1965 and the story features a character named "Peejoe"?!

Send us 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 August 1st with your answer and the subject title 'WARNER BOOKS GIVEAWAY' to: exclusivemagazine@flash.net

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