Series: Under Jurisdiction

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An Exchange of Hostages by Susan R. MatthewsBook 1
Gaylaxicon Sampler 2006 by Don SakersShort Story: Die Umkehr
New Voices In Science Fiction by Mike ResnickShort Story: Insubordination
Stars: Stories Based on Janis Ian Songs by Janis IanShort Story: Society's Stepchild
Die Umkehr by Susan R. Matthewsshort story
Women Writing Science Fiction as Men by Mike ResnickShort Story: Thumping the Weaver
Prisoner of Conscience by Susan R. MatthewsBook 2
Fleet Inquisitor (Under Jurisdiction) by Susan R. MatthewsOmnibus 1-3
Hour of Judgment by Susan R. MatthewsBook 3
Angel of Destruction by Susan R. MatthewsBook 4
The Devil and Deep Space (Roc Science Fiction) by Susan MathewsBook 5
Fleet Renegade (Under Jurisdiction Book 2) by Susan R. MatthewsOmnibus 4-6
Warring States: A Jurisdiction Novel by Susan R. MatthewsBook 6
Blood Enemies (Under Jurisdiction) by Susan R. MatthewsBook 7

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