Series: Cassandra Kresnov

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Crossover: A Cassandra Kresnov Novel by Joel Shepherd1
Breakaway: A Cassandra Kresnov Novel by Joel Shepherd2
Killswitch: A Cassandra Kresnov Novel by Joel Shepherd3
23 Years on Fire: A Cassandra Kresnov Novel by Joel Shepherd4
Operation Shield: A Cassandra Kresnov Novel by Joel Shepherd5
Originator: A Cassandra Kresnov Novel by Joel Shepherd6

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