Concrete Jungle (Sentinel zine)

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Zine
Title: Concrete Jungle
Publisher: Anime House Press
Editor(s): Heather Bruton and Marg Baskin
Date(s): 1997
Series?:
Medium: print
Size: full-size
Genre: gen
Fandom: The Sentinel
Language: English
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Contents

cover by Heather Bruton

Concrete Jungle is a gen Sentinel anthology zine. It is full-size, double column, has 169 pages and a b/w cover by Heather Bruton. Despite the volume number, there is only one.

Contents

  • Victims by Kristine Williams (Sandburg, Darryl and the wife of another officer are taken hostage by three men determined to win their cousin's release from prison. Since the case is personal, Ellison, Captain Banks, and Detective Mike Jenkins are removed from the negotiations. Jim is forced to rely on his still-uncertain Sentinel senses, and the resourcefulness of his captive partner.) (also in A Sentinel's Guide)
  • Failing Grade by Anne Murdoch
  • Avalanche by Kristine Williams (A much-needed ski vacation suddenly meets with tragedy as an avalanche traps the inhabitants of a small ski lodge in the Cascade mountains, injuring several skiers and claiming one life. But the problems don't end when the snow comes to rest...it would seem the victim was murdered before the snow began to roll, and Sandburg may be the only witness.) (also in A Sentinel's Guide)
  • Revenge by Laura Schomberg (Written during the second season. Garret Kincaid is back.)
  • 'Blind Man's Bluff' Epilogue by Anne Broshuis
  • Scapegoat by Kristine Williams (When a professor is murdered, all evidence points to Sandburg as the killer. Banned from the investigation, he's forced to rely on Jim to clear his name, and save their friendship.) (also in A Sentinel's Guide)
  • Dead Reckoning by Laura Schomberg (Written before 'Blind Man's Bluff'. How will Jim handle being blind?)
  • Trial by Fire by Anne Murdoch
  • Legend by Kristine Williams (Jim accompanies Blair to a small research station in the San Juan Islands when his partner is asked by the University to retrieve the body of one of his students who was killed in a diving accident. What he finds when he arrives suggests the young woman was murdered.) (also in A Sentinel's Guide)