The Due South Special Gen Collection
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|Title:||The Due South Special Gen Collection|
|Publisher:||Neon Rainbow Press|
|Editor(s):||Cinda Gillilan & Jody Norman|
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The Due South Special Gen Collection is a collection of the gen stories published in Neon Rainbow Press's zines through July 2008.
- The Girl on Amtrak #3 by Kristi Nelson from A Small Circle of Friends #2. Ray and Fraser are assigned as part of a team of law-enforcement officials moving bonds from Chicago to New York. Ray's ambushed and Fraser meets a young woman who might be more dangerous than the crooks hunting them.
- Mountie Times Two by Sheila Paulson from A Small Circle of Friends #6. Someone is out to discredit Fraser, and Ray's pretty sure he knows who it is. Now, can he convince Benny, and can he finally beat the nightmares that have been plaguing him?
- Detour by Teri Sarick from Compadres #16. Fraser and Ray are lost in the great white north, and only they could find salvation where they do!
- As a Friend by Teri Sarick from Compadres #15. An alternative ending to the series. The real Ray Vecchio is back in town, but the Mob and the Feds are both hunting for him. Stan's willing to help, but when Angie dies and the Canadian Consulate is blown up, the only hope Ray has is to find a man in the Northwest Territories – too bad he's dead...
- Black Out by Birgit Staebler from A Small Circle of Friends #1. When an anonymous tip turns sour, Fraser ends up without his memory and Ray without a clue as to where his friend might be. However, Ray refuses to believe that Fraser's dead.
- Sweet Revenge by Joyce Strohm from Ouch! #1. Ray's sister is out to get him, unfortunately a certain Mountie and his wolf get caught in the crossfire, and the consequences might be deadly.