Invisible Prison, Book 1 of the Invisible Recruits series by Mary Buckham - HTML preview

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Copyright © 2013, Mary Arsenault Buckham

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This book is dedicated to all the readers who have supported me along the way. Thank YOU!



A note of appreciation to Ginger Calem and Laurel Wilczek for being early readers of this story. You guys rock! Thanks to Kim Killion for a cover I love and Jennifer Jakes for formatting the pages and patience beyond measure. A special thanks to Mimi Munk for copyediting, you are my Grammar Goddess. Also, a huge hug to Dianna Love for her support and lovely cover quote. You’re a pearl beyond price. And, of course, thank you to my husband who keeps me sane—which is a full time job! Any mistakes or adjustments in detail for the purpose of fiction are entirely my own doing.