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  • BRIEF SYNOPSIS: Shapeshifting detective Jeremy Stake is hired to identify a clone found in a rapidly-growing replica of Punktown located on the planet Sinon, where he fought in the Blue War.

    REVIEW: Blue War by Jeffrey Thomas

  • Shapeshifting private detective Jeremy Stake is back in Blue War.

    REVIEW: Blue War by Jeffrey Thomas

  • BRIEF SYNOPSIS: Shapeshifting private detective Jeremy Stake is hired to find the rare, bioengineered doll of his rich client's daughter in the dark, gritty setting of Punktown, a futuristic metropolis of alien creatures, mutants and inter-dimensional travel.

    March 2007

  • Stake is also the central character of the latest Punktown novel, Deadstock, and it delivers the goods.

    REVIEW: Deadstock by Jeffrey Thomas

  • Private detective Jeremy Stake is hired by rich businessman John Fukuda, whose company produces bio-engineered life forms generally referred to as deadstock, as in "opposite of livestock", because of some of the real-world uses of such technology; think headless cattle, efficiently grown to produce only edible parts.

    REVIEW: Deadstock by Jeffrey Thomas

  • It's hard to argue with a straight face that Justice at Stake is anything but a liberal, Democrat-leaning advocacy group.

    Sound Politics: Signs that your newspaper suffers from liberal bias (I)

  • Wishing you a great day! to Fetch Game you should be very Astonishing, right Opponents will Make Round without any questions Make Stake is very good Grass, Faithful Opponents is always Collective Table when Gnome is Chair it will Kill Grass

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  • There's this thing called the Stake, which is a three-in-one barbecue utensil.

    NYT > Home Page

  • In the very beginning at Staples, we created something called Stake in Staples.

    Retail Innovation 2.0

  • He makes a loud noise that sounds like chopping wood with an axe or driving a stake in the ground with a mallet; so he is called the Stake-driver by some people, while others name him Thunder-pumper and Bog-bull.

    Citizen Bird Scenes from Bird-Life in Plain English for Beginners

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