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Win a hardcover edition of the novel,
"The Lost Constitution," by
New York Times
best-selling author, William Martin, set in the
Mt. Washington Valley of New Hampshire.

This novel takes you on a thrilling romp
through history -- and the present -- with a lost
annotated draft of the Constitution at its
center.  The draft's marginal notes spell out,
with surprising insight, the Founding Father's
true intentions for the Bill or Rights.  

In 2005 the New England Bookseller Association gave
William Martin the New England Book Award, which
goes annually to an author "whose body of work stands as
a significant contribution to the culture of the region."