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Cover to Cover #177: Vera Nazarian / Jeremy Davies

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Dreams of the Compass Rose by Vera Nazarian.
Missing, Presumed Undead by Jeremy Davies.

Vera Nazarian talks to us this week about a host of books. One of which is, Dreams of the Compass Rose. Vera has written a lot of books. Tune in and hear about several of her favorites.

After that, Jeremy Davies tells us about his e-book Missing, Presumed Undead. If you are looking for a new e-book title to drop onto your reader, this just may be the one.

Draco-Vista Studio receives many new books each week. So, we just have to tell you about them.

Evo steps back this week and lets Michael, Summer & Joe go off on Fox. Then they collectively toss it to the dragon.
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