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Villains Inc., Episode Three: Countermoves (Villains Inc. #3)

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Pushed into a defensive position by Villains Inc.'s attack on the Dome, the Sentinels seek to learn more about their foe while strengthening their own position. Despite the public backlash against superheroes, which continues to grow, the team continues to carry out its responsibility to serve and protect the citizens of Chicago even though they seem to have become targete ...more
Kindle Edition, 1st Edition, 69 pages
Published November 12th 2011 by Marion G. Harmon
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Marion G. Harmon picked up a Masters of History degree because he likes stories. He currently resides in Las Vegas, where he dabbles in various aspects of financial planning while trying to get the people in his head onto the page so they’ll stop pestering him.

Addendum: M.G.Harmon still lives in Las Vegas, but has ceased telling other people how to invest their money to become a "professional auth
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