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Grantville Gazette #55 Contents:

“Occupied Saxony” by Bjorn Hasseler

“Murder and Chocolate” by Kevin H. Evans and Karen C. Evans

“Decisions of State” by Tim Sayeau

“The Magic of the Speedster” by Eric S. Brown

“Gifts of Providence” by Terry Howard and Jack Carroll

“Ein feste Burg, Episode Sixteen” by Rainer Prem

“An Uneasy Kind of Peace, Episode Four” by Virginia DeMarce

Nonfiction and Annex:

“Net-working” by Frances Silversmith

“Notes From the Buffer Zone: The Cutting Edge” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

Assiti Shards:

“The Mysterious Mesa, Part Five: Horses of a Different Color ” by Garrett W. Vance (Time Spike)

From the Editor:

Once again, me hearties!

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Grantville Gazette, Volume 55 is ready and raring for reading. This volume starts off with Bjorn Hasseler’s “Occupied Saxony,” a very interesting tale. Which, of course, is followed by another, Kevin H. and Karen C. Evans’ “Murder and Chocolate,” all about skullduggery in Denmark.

Two new—to us—writers join us for this volume, Tim Sayeau with “Decisions of State,” and Eric S Brown leaves his own universe to join the 1632 universe with “The Magic of the Speedster.” We know you’ll enjoy them, as well as “Gifts of Providence” by Terry Howard and Jack Carroll.

Rainer Prem continues his serial, “Ein feste Burg” with Episode Sixteen, an intriguing tale of, well, intrigue. Good stuff. And Virginia DeMarce continues “An Uneasy Kind of Peace,” with Episode Four, all building up to big revelations yet to come.

Our Time Spike department has Garrett W. Vance’s “The Mysterious Mesa, Part Five: Horses of a Different Color,” and boy are they different! And Frances Silversmith takes the Universe Annex in a new direction with “Net-working.”

All this, and Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s Notes From The Buffer Zone column, “The Cutting Edge.”

You just can’t beat it. Grantville Gazette, Volume 55, waiting for you.

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