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Cover to Cover #267: Kelley Armstrong

Interview: Michael, Summer, Michael and Brian chat with Kelley Armstrong about her latest Otherworld novel, "No Humans Involved", and her interpretation of necromancer as Jaime Vegas takes the forefront in her own story this time around.

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Cover to Cover #225: George R. R. Martin (Hugo Nominee Series)

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