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  • The Alienist by Caleb Carr
    The Alienist
    Release date: Nov 21, 2017
    Enter to win a TV tie-in edition of the bestselling book The Alienist.

    Don't miss the premiere of the TV adaptation on TNT January 22, 2018!

    Format: Print book

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    Availability: 75 copies available, 6213 people requesting

    Giveaway dates: Nov 27 - Dec 31, 2017

    Countries available: US

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