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Grantville Gazette #23 Contents:

“Loose Canon” by Kirt Lee

“Game Set and Match” by Kim Mackey

“Rachel’s Plaint” by David Carrico

“Northwest Passage Part Two” by Herbert and William Sakalaucks

“Homecoming” by Karen Bergstralh

“Don’t Cry Over Frozen Milk” by Terry Howard

“Silencing the Sirens’ Song” by Kerryn Offord

“Turn Your Radio On Episode Five” by Wood Hughes


“The Oil Mines at Wietze and Pechelbronn” by Jeff Corwith

“Mineral Mastery Discovery and Control of Ore Deposits After the Baltic War” by Iver P. Cooper

From the Editor:

And here we are again, with another issue of the Grantville Gazette! Lots of interesting goings-on in 1632/3/4/5 Europe to tell about this issue.

Once Maria Anna and Don Fernando decided to get hitched, it doesn’t seem likely that Maria Anna would be content to be a typical queen.  And sure enough, she isn’t.  Girl’s got plans.  Read about a few of them in Kim Mackey’s “Game, Set and Match.”

What would happen to the Methodists if the religion’s founder showed up?  Well, he probably won’t, but what about his grandpa?  What’ll Mary Ellen Jones do?  Check out “Loose Canon” by a new writer, Kirt Lee.

The dumpling carts were doing well, but then summer came . . . Read what happened in Terry Howard’s “Don’t Cry Over Frozen Milk.”  And crime in Magdeburg just won’t stop, so read the mystery in David Carrico’s “Rachel’s Plaint.”

Way up north, in the frozen hill, there’s this waterfall . . . See what happens with it in Kerryn Offord’s “Silencing the Sirens’ Song.”  More doings over in England, check out “Homecoming” by Karen Bergstralh.  And for trips to the new world, there’s Herbert and William Sakalauck’s “Northwest Passage, Part Two,” as well as more about the evangelicals in Part Five of Wood Hughes’ “Turn Your Radio On.”

Nonfiction concentrates on energy and metals with articles from Jeff Corwith and Iver P. Cooper, “The Oil Mines at Wietze and Pechelbronn” and “Mineral Mastery: Discovery and Control of Ore Deposits After the Baltic War.”

It’s again full of info, with lots of speculation and loads of entertainment, Volume 23 of the Grantville Gazette!

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