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Grantville Gazette #18 Contents:

“The Anaconda Project Episode Seven: Delayed” by Eric Flint

“Gifted with Pascal” by Tim Roesch

“Quintessentially Blonde” by Virginia DeMarce

“Too Late for Sunday” by Michael W Badillo

“Dark as a Dungeon” by John Zeek

“The Bloody Baroness of Bornholm” by Kerryn Offord

“And That’s How the Money Rolls In” by Terry Howard

“Butterflies in the Kremlin Part Seven: The Bureaucrats are Revolting” by Gorg Huff and Paula Goodlett

“Stretching Out Part Five: Riding the Tiger” by Iver P Cooper

“Sonata Part Four” by David Carrico


“Whats For Dinner?: Typical Dishes From 1632” by Anette Pedersen

“Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Mathematics After the Ring of Fire” by William Truderung

“Safety First: Industrial Safety in 1632, Part Two Technical Aspects” by Iver P Cooper

From the Editor:

Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy. Time for another issue of the Grantville Gazette!

From what’s going on in the east to what’s going on in the west—with a few stops betwixt and between—here’s all the news from Grantville, Germany, USE.

We’ve got it all. Good old Velma Hardesty is at it again—or, rather, was at it again. What’s the status of diabetes research Do you really call those dumplings They look kinda like ravioli to me. Uses for scratched up CDs—of which we all have a multitude. Too bad that won’t work these days.

And there’s this island that Gustavus Adolphus had a little plan for . . . wonder if that’s going to work out the way he planned. Find out in this issue. Want to know what’s going on with Marla and her signing career We’ve got that, too. And just what kind of damage can an 11 year old genius cause You’d be surprised.

Where does Anse Hatfield go now that he’s out of the Army You can find that out, too. As well as how to be safe at work, what the New Math will do to 17th century Germany, and what’s for dinner.

Join us. Jump in. We’re ready with Grantville Gazette, Volume 18!

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