New Release Books by Russell Blake

Russell Blake is the author of Retirement Secrets of Mexico (2020), The Day After Never - Rubicon (2020), JET - Sahara (2019), Jet - Dark Web: (2019) and other 61 books.

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Retirement Secrets of Mexico

release date: Oct 30, 2020
Retirement Secrets of Mexico
Mexico. Land of enchantment and easy living? Or dangerous nightmare best avoided at all costs?Misinformation abounds about Mexico, and this practical guide debunks the myths to give you an accurate look at the country, with recommendations on locations that are unknown to most foreigners - locales that offer amazing lifestyles in safety, comfort, and with amazing value. It also lays out everything you need to know about every aspect of life in the various areas, and explains what to avoid, and what to search out, for the experience you want.Retirement Secrets of Mexico is written in an easy-to-read manner by an international bestselling author and Mexican resident of 16 years. It reveals seven of the best kept secret locations for expat living on virtually any budget, and comprehensively describes everything you've ever wondered about relocating but were afraid to ask. With sections covering health care, safety, culture, taxes, banking, infrastructure, driving, immigration, moving, language, renting or buying, building, starting and operating a business, working remotely, whether you can drink the water and why you'd want to...by the time you're done reading, you'll be armed with everything you need to know in order to make an informed choice on whether living in Mexico part or full-time is a good option for you, and what it would be like to do so.This comprehensive guide to some of Mexico's best hidden treasures is a must read for anyone curious about relocating south of the border, penned by a NY Times and USA Today bestseller who's been featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal. Russell Blake's no-nonsense approach and straightforward style lays out all the insider info you need in an easily digestible format that's essential for those looking for a better life in the land of mariachis.Whether mildly curious about exploring a dream, or dead serious and looking for hard info with which to take action, Retirement Secrets of Mexico is a must-read by a Mexico expert who's done the research so you don't have to.Don't wait. Get your copy today!

The Day After Never - Rubicon

release date: Jun 19, 2020
The Day After Never - Rubicon
The tenth installment in the international bestselling Day After Never series follows Lucas' trek to Houston at the helm of the Freedom Army - but nothing could have prepared him for the deadly obstacles he and those he loves encounters, or an enemy so deadly that the slightest miscalculation could cost him everything.

JET - Sahara

release date: Nov 11, 2019
JET - Sahara
A stunning secret from Jet's past plunges her headlong into a dangerous operation that could well be her last. Immersed in a world of deceit and brutality, only her training and skills stand between her and disaster in a war-torn nation on the brink.

Jet - Dark Web:

release date: Jan 14, 2019
Jet - Dark Web:
A Russian oligarch who'll stop at nothing.A ruthless tech wizard with a seedy past.An existential threat to Jet's family and country forces her down a twisting road of treachery and betrayal, where the geo-political status quo and Israel's future hangs in the balance.Packed with action and edge of your seat thrills, JET - Dark Web posits a frighteningly plausible plot that could alter the world order.Get your copy today!

The Day After Never - Legion

release date: Jan 13, 2019
The Day After Never - Legion
Conflicting imperatives tear Lucas in different directions as a mounting threat to Shangri-La's survival looms large. In this eighth installment in the bestselling Day After Never series, Lucas faces more ominous challenges than ever before and must risk everything if he, and those he loves, are to survive.

Quantum Synapse

release date: Sep 12, 2018
Quantum Synapse
A plan to enslave humanity... ...begins with a conspiracy from the dawn of time. Only one man can stop the unthinkable from happening. Veritas Grey is a down-on-his-luck delivery worker in a dystopian future, until an accident turns his world upside down. Hunted by a powerful cabal, Veritas and a young woman with a murky past must beat impossible odds if humanity is to continue to exist. Can they untangle a centuries-old secret in time to survive? Will Veritas embrace a forgotten past that could destroy him and those he loves? Can a conspiracy that dates to Mesopotamia be thwarted before the world's enslaved? In order to do so, Veritas must navigate a treacherous maze of secret societies, forbidden knowledge, quantum theory, and ancient technologies, and decipher a mystery at the root of mankind's existence. If you love Michael Crichton, Dan Brown, and AG Riddle, Quantum Synapse is the new blockbuster techno-thriller from a NY Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author that melds ancient origins with modern mysteries in a riveting tale. Get it now!

The Day After Never - Insurrection

release date: Mar 23, 2017
The Day After Never - Insurrection
Lucas embarks on a cross-country journey for what's supposed to be a simple vaccine delivery mission, but which quickly devolves into a battle to survive when he and his team become embroiled in a conspiracy so massive it will change the fate of America.

The Day After Never - Havoc

release date: May 28, 2018
The Day After Never - Havoc
Weary of fighting, Lucas wants nothing more than to return to Shangri-La and the arms of Sierra. But circumstances conspire against him, and he soon finds himself embroiled in a war he wanted no part of while his loved ones are imperiled by ruthless adversaries who want them dead. The latest installment of The Day After Never series continues in the tradition of the earlier novels, with twists, reversals, and surprises aplenty. Fans of The Road, The Perseid Collapse, and Home are sure to love the trials and tribulations of Lucas Shaw in a post-apocalyptic wasteland.

Covenant

release date: Jul 08, 2016
Covenant
In the third installment of the bestselling Day After Never series, Lucas and Sierra must prepare themselves for the ultimate showdown with a ruthlessly brutal enemy. In a winner-takes-all climax, the forces of light face off against those of darkness in an epic saga that will leave readers breathless.

Incarceration

release date: Dec 25, 2015
Incarceration
Jet's peaceful existence in Kosovo is shattered when unexpected enemies surface to settle old scores and make her pay in blood. Spanning the globe from Russia to Syria to Romania to Washington, nothing is as it seems, and her adversaries will scour the earth to destroy her and the new life she, Matt, and Hannah, have built.

Ramsey's Gold

release date: Oct 30, 2015
Ramsey's Gold
When a forgotten journal materializes decades after Drake Ramsey's father vanished in the Amazon jungle, Drake decides to follow in his footsteps and search for the legendary treasure of the Inca empire hidden in the lost Inca city of Paititi.

The Solomon Curse

release date: Sep 01, 2015
The Solomon Curse
Sam and Remi Fargo search for a legendary lost city in this thrilling adventure from the #1 New York Times–bestselling author. Husband-and-wife treasure-hunting team Sam and Remi Fargo have heard many rumors about the bay off Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands. Some say it was the site of the vanished empire of the Solomon king and that great treasure lies beneath the waters. Others say terrible things happened here, atrocities and disappearances at the hands of cannibal giants, and those who venture there do not return. It is cursed. The Fargos can’t resist the mystery, but their exploration takes a turn when islanders start disappearing. Soon the pair learn there may be truth behind the fables. Clues and whispers lead them on a hunt from the Solomons to Australia to Japan, and what they find at the end of the trail is both wonderful and monstrous—and like nothing they have ever seen before.

Jet - Survival

release date: Mar 16, 2015
Jet - Survival
Jet - Survival is the eighth volume in the JET series, which picks up from where Jet - Sanctuary left off. From the squalid ports of Panama to the cartel infested jungles of Colombia, Jet, Matt, and Hannah must battle the most deadly adversaries yet if they are to survive.

The Eye of Heaven

release date: Sep 02, 2014
The Eye of Heaven
Treasure hunting husband-and-wife team Sam and Remi Fargo must protect a discovery that redefines Totlec history in this high-stakes adventure from the #1 New York Times–bestselling author. Baffin Island: Sami and Remi Fargo are on a climate-control expedition in the Arctic, when to their astonishment they discover a Viking ship in the ice, perfectly preserved—and filled with pre–Columbian artifacts from Mexico. How can that be? As they plunge into their research, tantalizing clues about a link between the Vikings and the legendary Toltec feathered serpent god Quetzalcoatl—and a fabled object known as the Eye of Heaven—begin to emerge. But so do many dangerous people. Soon the Fargos find themselves on the run through jungles, temples, and secret tombs, caught between treasure hunters, crime cartels, and those with a far more personal motivation for stopping them. At the end of the road will be the solution to a thousand-year-old mystery—or death.

Blood of the Assassin

release date: Mar 26, 2014
Blood of the Assassin
A German hit man has targeted a world leader for execution. In a high octane race against the clock, an unlikely alliance must track and stop the assassin before he can carry out his unthinkable scheme. The fifth of the bestselling Assassin novels, Blood of the Assassin can be read as a stand-alone novel or as the continuation of the series. +++ Q&A with bestselling author Russell Blake Q: How is Blood of the Assassin different than the other Assassin books? RB: I wrote it so that it could be read by a someone who is new to my work, and unfamiliar with the prior books. In much the same way Da Vinci Code was the second in that series but was a satisfying read on its own, I wanted to try the same thing with Blood - a sequel that someone could start with knowing little or nothing about its predecessors. Having said that, it's also consistent with the prior Assassin novels, so those who have read the series will find that it fits snugly in place. Q: So would you suggest new readers start here? RB: Sure. That's the whole idea. I think that this book is a perfect example of my storytelling, pacing, character development, and plotting, and I'm confident that new readers will find it engaging and satisfying. Q: This volume features a lot more of Captain Cruz than the last ones. RB: Yes, I wanted him to have a central role, and explore his character more. Just as I wanted to flesh out El Rey in greater detail, and create a more nuanced story. It's also by far the longest of the Assassin books, even after rigorous and ruthless editing. Q: So El Rey, the Mexican super-assassin, also features prominently. RB: For the same reason. I wanted to let him grow - give him a broader range. I'm particularly satisfied with how this effort turned out. El Rey fans will find everything they've grown to love or hate about him here, but with an evolving perspective on life. And I thought it would be fascinating to have one super-assassin hunting another. I think it wound up working well. But readers will be the ultimate judges...

The Geronimo Breach

release date: Mar 23, 2014
The Geronimo Breach
The Geronimo Breach is an adrenaline-fueled thrill ride that pits the world's most unlikely protagonist against the deadliest adversaries on the planet. From the corridors of Langley to the sweltering jungles of Panama, from the hills of Pakistan to the cocaine trails of Colombia, a clandestine scheme to preserve a terrible secret goes horribly awry, plunging a reluctant hero down a deadly rabbit hole of deceit and betrayal, while raising disturbing questions about the media, the war on terror & its linkage with the war on drugs, & the nature of reality in an age of sound-bites and photo ops. Albert Ross is a boozing, chain smoking philanderer; shifty, lazy, cowardly, going to fat, & more prone to doing the wrong thing than any man alive. His purgatorial existence working for the State Department in Panama gets shattered when a routine errand becomes a race against the clock, battling adversaries for whom no price is too high to protect a secret that could topple the world order. As the body count climbs, Al must face his own demons, as well as the myriad very real ones intent upon destroying him. The unexpectedly shattering conclusion of this richly drawn thriller is both topical & chillingly plausible, making for a roller-coaster action/adventure without parallel. ** Q & A for The Geronimo Breach w/ bestselling author Russell Blake Question: The Geronimo Breach is a radical departure from your usual thrillers. In this, we follow the tribulations of arguably the most horrible protagonist on the planet. Why write this character, this story, this way? RB: It started off as a knee-jerk reaction to several books I'd read, where the heroes were, well, bland & predictable. So over a few beers, I thought, what about writing a hero who's so despicable there's no way anyone could like him, but by the end of the book, in spite of him or ourselves, we do? Anyone can write a hero with appeal. How about one who has no appeal, and will actually do the worst possible thing for his situation, every time? A slob who's so low, he's compulsively losing even when he could win? Out of that came Al, who is probably the most remarkable character I've ever written. Can he prevail? Can he be redeemed? Is he even worth redeeming? Al's my favorite character out of all my books, by far. No question. Q: The Geronimo Breach's conspiracy is a shocker, & calls into question some sacred beliefs. Have you gotten any negative feedback about it? RB: Other than the circling black helicopters, you mean? Seriously, I just took something that seemed absurd to me, & proposed an alternative possibility. If it rings true, that says a lot for my powers of invention. Will we ever know the truth? Who even knows what the truth is anymore? The truth is evasive, and in my opinion, skepticism too lacking. Q: The Geronimo Breach has drawn acclaim from other authors as being landmark & defining. What's your take on it? RB: Geronimo is one of the books I'd recommend to readers who've never read one of my books, along with King of Swords and JET. If they want to know how I differ from the monosyllabic guys cranking out formulaic screeds featuring hackneyed characters in predictable situations, my response would be, read Geronimo or King or JET. I'm particularly proud of the characters & the plot twists and turns, & would argue there's no other books quite like them. Q:Why do readers respond the way they do to Al? RB: I think it's refreshing to read a protagonist who's so badly flawed. We see in him bits of ourselves, or people we know, & that resonates as being true. Al is remarkable, in that even after I finished with him, he lingers in my psyche like fungus. Hard to shake him.

Black to Reality (Black 4)

release date: Oct 30, 2014
Black to Reality (Black 4)
BLACK To Reality is the fourth in the acclaimed BLACK series of noir detective fiction featuring Artemus Black, the world's losingest Hollywood Private Investigator. In this installment he is saved from financial calamity when he takes a case that requires him to work undercover on a reality television show, posing as an over-the-hill rocker trying for one last shot at success.

A Girl Apart

release date: Mar 23, 2017
A Girl Apart
Investigative journalist Leah Mason has returned home to El Paso with her career in flames and her romantic life in tatters. Despondent over life's body blows, her prospects and her future change overnight with a phone call from a stranger that immerses her in a deadly international conspiracy, putting her on the dangerous trail of a brutal killer who will stop at nothing to keep the past buried.

The Day After Never - Retribution

release date: Sep 30, 2016
The Day After Never - Retribution
In the fourth volume of the Day After Never series, Lucas and Sierra embark on a cross-country journey that takes them into the belly of the beast, where they must battle a ruthless adversary while the fate of their world hangs in the balance.

The Thrill List: An Anthology of Crime Thriller Quick Reads

The Thrill List: An Anthology of Crime Thriller Quick Reads
Catherine Lea and Brakelight Press are thrilled to bring together New York Times and USA TodayBestsellers Russell Blake and Diane Capri, Amazon #1 Bestseller Joe Konrath, Edgar nominee andMystery Booksellers Association Bestseller Austin Camacho, short story award-winning author Arthur Kerns, plus Cat Connor, J.H. Bogran, Mark Bastable, Helen Hanson, Jerry Hatchett and Ken Isaacson in a collection of riveting thriller crime reads.

Blood Honor

release date: Apr 01, 2016
Blood Honor
They said it could never happen - that the day would never come. They were wrong. Five years post-collapse, former Texas Ranger Lucas Shaw is surviving hardscrabble in a kill-or-be-killed wasteland. When an enigmatic young woman enters his life with a desperate plea, Lucas must face impossible odds and battle an adversary who will stop at nothing to destroy them. Lightning-paced and gritty, Blood Honor, the debut novel in The Day After Never trilogy, is a non-stop adrenaline rush set in a chillingly plausible dystopian future. Fans of Jack Reacher, The Hunger Games, and Road Warrior are sure to enjoy this post-collapse epic. From The NY Times and USA Today bestselling author of the JET, Assassin, BLACK, and Fatal series, and co-author with Clive Cussler of The Eye of Heaven and The Solomon Curse.

The Day After Never Purgatory Road

release date: May 30, 2016
The Day After Never Purgatory Road
In the second volume of The Day After Never trilogy, Lucas must make an impossible choice and risk everything in order to save those closest to him. As he crosses a wasteland in search of a phantom, Lucas discovers that his adversary will stop at nothing when the hunter becomes the hunted. An epic saga of survival and redemption set in a near-future wasteland, written by a NY Times and USA Today bestselling author.

Black Is Back

release date: Nov 24, 2013
Black Is Back
In this second installment in the acclaimed BLACK series, Artemus Black, Hollywood PI to the stars, dives into the rap music scene to stop a killer - with often disastrous and humorous results. Fans of hard-boiled detective fiction from Elmore Leonard, Michael Connelly and Lawrence Block will enjoy Black's trials and tribulations, all delivered with a tongue-in-cheek cynicism that's uniquely Russell Blake.

Rage of the Assassin

release date: Apr 18, 2016
Rage of the Assassin
In the final installment in the bestselling Assassin series, El Rey and Captain Romero Cruz race the clock to stop a terrorist threat to Mexico City and save thousands of lives. Gritty, unflinching, with a plot drawn from today's headlines, Rage of the Assassin concludes the saga that began with King of Swords.

JET V - Legacy

release date: Apr 03, 2013
JET V - Legacy
"Legacy is the fifth installment in the bestselling Jet series, which follows the saga of the Mossad's deadliest ex-operative, who faked her own death to escape her past. In this novel, Jet is called upon to make the ultimate sacrifice in order to keep the ones she loves, and the world, safe" -- back cover.

Fatal Deception

release date: Apr 01, 2016
Fatal Deception
New York. A serial killer is releasing snuff films to the media, drawing Detective Ron Stanford into a game of cat and mouse while he grapples with Tess Gideon's return from Europe, and the unfinished emotional business between them. As the investigation intensifies they're drawn into a twisted world of sex parties and forbidden depravity so lurid even a seasoned cop like Stanford is shocked. Gritty and unflinching, the saga's breakneck pace accelerates relentlessly to a climax so surprising it is guaranteed to leave even the most jaded aficionado of crime mysteries gasping.

JET III - Vengeance

release date: Mar 10, 2014
JET III - Vengeance
Jet III - Vengeance finds Jet settled down, trying to return to a somewhat normal life of stability and safety. But fate has other plans for her when she becomes embroiled in a terrifying terrorism plot involving figures from her past, whose thirst for revenge forces her back into the kill-or-be-killed world she'd hoped to have put behind her forever. +++++++++ Q&A with Russell Blake Q: JET has been a remarkably successful series. How many more books do you see with her? RB: I originally envisioned it as a trilogy, but after finishing JET III, it was obvious to me that there would be at least one to two more. I really like her character, so I'm reluctant to see her story end. That's my long-winded way of saying I'll probably keep writing about her as long as readers want me to. Q: How is JET III different than the first two books? RB: I focused more on some of her non-traditional skills, like parkour. Plus I wanted to flesh out her emotional life a little, and give a sense of the person, not just the person involved in the action. I also tried to give her a sense of normalcy in her domestic situation, so she could bond with her loved ones and forge relationships and friendships. And of course, the ending. I wanted to keep readers on the edge of their seats, wanting to know what happens next - which is what JET IV resolves. I could have tied everything up in a neat package at the end of JET III,but it felt a little too pat, and the ultimate story will take at least another volume to conclude in anything approaching a satisfactory manner, for me, at least. And I felt the suspense and uncertainty it ends on creates a sort of intriguing set of questions for readers to speculate about. Sort of how the Lizbeth Salander books demand reading all of them to discover how the story plays out. Q: Some might think that the character of Jet is too over-blown, not realistic enough. What say you? RB: I deliberately went overblown - unapologetically so. I wanted a protagonist the likes of a James Bond or a Lizbeth Salander - and let's face it, those are overblown characters. I think that as long as you're willing to go, "hell yeah she can do that...she's Jet!" you'll enjoy the books. Think Raiders of the Lost Ark - does anyone care if Indiana Jones is overblown? Not me. Goes with the territory. If you're looking for The English Patient, or Sophie's Choice, you'll be disappointed. I've written very realistic, gritty protags - Fatal Exchange's Tess, Geronimo Breach's Al, the Assassin series' Capt Cruz and El Rey, Silver Justice's Silver Cassidy...I didn't want to do a repeat, so I thought I'd go more over-the-top, kick-ass with Jet. I mean, just the name. Jet. Come on. She's got to be a bad-ass with a name like that. Q: Let's go back to the parkour. Some of the scenes seem to have her defying the laws of physics. RB: I provide some links at the back of the book to videos of some of the better parkour practitioners. I'd say anyone who thinks I'm exaggerating what these traceurs can do would be well-advised to watch those, in their entirety, and then we can talk.

Upon a Pale Horse

release date: Jul 08, 2013
Upon a Pale Horse
"A controversial, frightening bio-thriller that blurs the line between truth and fiction, Upon A Pale Horse raises disturbing questions about the man-made origin of nightmare epidemics, and posits a conspiracy so plausible that it will linger long after the novel's ... conclusion. When young attorney Jeffrey Rutherford's brother is killed in a plane crash minutes after takeoff from JFK, his life is turned upside down -- especially when he discovers that his brother's career wasn't what it seemed. Jeffrey's staid existence is upended as he races to unravel a Gordian knot of deceit and betrayal, and ultimately must battle an ... adversary bent on systematic global genocide."--Amazon.com.

Emerald Buddha

release date: Sep 29, 2015
Emerald Buddha
Drake, Allie, and Spencer reunite in Emerald Buddha, the second Drake Ramsey adventure - a quest to locate the lost treasure of the Khmer Empire, secreted away in a hidden temple somewhere in Myanmar. But nothing is as it seems, and their archaeological expedition soon turns deadly when desperate factions target them in order to safeguard a secret that could topple the U.S. government.

Ops Files

release date: Oct 17, 2014
Ops Files
Jet-ops files, terror alert picks up the story of Maya, the operative who would become Jet, on her first mission in Dhaka, Bangladesh, where she must race the clock to stop a terror attack that would change the world order. Spanning the globe, from Israel to Bangladesh to Europe to the UK, Maya must risk it all to save thousands of innocents from an atrocity too horrifying to comtemplate.

Night of the Assassin

release date: Mar 26, 2014
Night of the Assassin
Night of the Assassin charts the early years of El Rey - known as the King of Swords - the super-assassin responsible for some of the world's most spectacular executions. Framed against the backdrop of present-day Mexico's brutal narco-trafficking violence, Night of the Assassin chronicles the making of a monster - a cold-blooded killing machine. Gritty and unflinching, this breakneck-pace saga defies convention to create a roller-coaster of intrigue, suspense and thrills that will leave even the most jaded thriller aficionados gasping for breath. Night of the Assassin is the prequel to King of Swords - the first book in the bestselling Assassin series. Q & A for Night of the Assassin Question: Night of the Assassin uses bloody, shocking imagery. Why write the novel that way? Russell Blake: I wanted to write a no-holds-barred Maserati of a book, with unexpected twists & turns that left you afraid to turn off the lights, with your stomach in knots. Mexico's drug war leaves over 8 thousand people dead every year from cartel violence. I wanted to capture that lurid, blood-soaked reality & make it visceral, make it real for the reader, & also leave them feeling like they'd been through a tangible experience. I used a variety of techniques to achieve that, & the evocative scenes are one of them. There are a few images that will have readers gasping & will cause nightmares, so this isn't for the faint of heart. Q: Night of the Assassin is the prequel to King of Swords. Why write this after that novel was released? RB: The villain of KOS is El Rey, the assassin who uses the tarot card, the King of Swords, as his signature. He has no redeeming qualities and yet he's a fascinating character. After I finished writing KOS I couldn't get him out of my head, so I immediately started writing Night. It was like a compulsion. I couldn't shake it. I got it onto paper as immediately as I could, so I wouldn't lose the essence of his character. The result, I've been told, does KOS justice. It's the second book in the series, but timing-wise, is the prequel in that it is all about El Rey's background. Well worth reading first, if you understand it's the background of one character, albeit a fascinating one, IMO. Q: Night of the Assassin is set in Mexico, as well as Australia. The descriptions are extremely vivid. Have you ever been there? RB: I live in Mexico, so the descriptions better jump off the page. And I spent a lot of time knocking around Australia. I'm more than passingly familiar with all the locations in the book. Q: Some of the scenes are so graphic they make you wince. Have you gotten flack for that? RB: I had a few readers say they were reading between their fingers as they hid their eyes. That tells me I did my job as a storyteller. I think good fiction should take you out of reality, & some of the scenes in Night stay with you long after the book's done. The scenes are paced for specific effect, & I like how they wound up working. I also get occasional complaints that the book is "too" amoral. Guess what? This ain't a morality lesson. It's entertainment. Q: You start the book with a series of flashbacks. Why? RB: Night is a prequel, so the novel's purpose is to impart important information about El Rey's history. You either do that by alluding to the past in a scene set in the present, or as a flashback. I chose flashbacks because these are seminal moments deserving of their own sections. If they're disorienting at first, trust me that they will make sense by the end of the book. It's written that way for deliberate effect.

Nemesis

release date: Jan 01, 2019
Nemesis
Lucas must choose between commitment and honor in the ninth installment of the series. With the enemy force defeated and a safe haven for his new home, Lucas is convinced his life will finally return to some sort of normalcy with Sierra. But an unexpected trauma turns his world upside down, and he's faced with two impossible roads forward. With enemies closing in and danger around every bend in the trail, can he survive against an adversary who will stop at nothing to see him, and those he loves most, dead?
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