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Forget any rumored pretenders you may have seen.

PEOPLE has an exclusive look at Go Set a Watchman, the feverishly anticipated first book to come from novelist Harper Lee since her 1960 classic To Kill a Mockingbird.

Publisher HarperCollins, planning for a hit, will print two million copies for the book's July 14 publication date, a spokeswoman tells PEOPLE.

HarperCollins president Michael Morrison says the book jacket was meant to evoke Mockingbird's now-iconic look: "It draws on the style of the decade the book was written."