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Grantville Gazette #3 Contents:

“Postage Due” by Eric Flint

“Pastor Kastenmayer’s Revenge” by Virginia DeMarce

“The Sound Of Music” by David Carrico

“Other People’s Money” by Gorg Huff

“If the Demons Will Sleep” by Eva Musch

“Hobson’s Choice” by Francis Turner

“Hell Fighters” by Wood Hughes

“Euterpe, Episode 2” by Enrico Toro

“An Invisible War (Conclusion)” by Danita Lee Ewing


“Iron” by Rick Boatright

“The Impact Of Mechanization On German Farms” by Karen Bergstralh

“Flint’s Lock” by Grantville Firearms Roundtable

From the Editor:

In Virginia DeMarce’s witty and touching “Pastor Kastenmayers Revenge”, a Lutheran pastor gets even with the American who eloped with his daughter by scheming to gain new adherents through eight separate arranged marriages between Lutheran down-timers and American up-timers.

In other stories:

The same teenagers who launched the sewing machine industry in Volume 1 move on to conquer the financial world, in Gorg Huffs “Other Peoples Money”;

Francis Turners “Hobsons Choice” tells the tale of the personal and theological impact of the Ring of Fire on rambunctious students and barmaids in the university town of Cambridge, England;

in Eva Muschs “If the Demons Will Sleep”, a woman terrorized by the notorious Hungarian countess Bartholdy finds peace and sanctuary in Grantville;

in Wood Hughes “Hell Fighters”, a Benedictine monk confronts an inferno and finds his orders new calling;

in David Carricos “The Sound of Music” and Enrico Toros continuing “Euterpe”, Grantville becomes a magnet drawing Europes most ambitious young musicians;

and Danita Ewing concludes the short novel An Invisible War, which began in Volume 2.

The third volume of the Gazette also contain factual articles exploring such topics as the centrality of iron to the industrial revolution, the prospects for the mechanization of agriculture in the 17th century, and the logic behind the adoption of the Struve-Reardon Gun as the basic weapon of the USEs infantry.

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