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DJ Acknowledgements

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When high school freshman Michael Gurrick's father is killed by supervillains, he takes up his father's supersuit and seeks justice (or will it be vengeance?) against his father's killers. (e)

First, I'd like to give a shout out to Bill "Grandmaster of Flowers" Turnbull, Drew "Captain Justice" Hudson, Eric "Encephelon" Hall, Pat "Psion" Bills, Paul "Human Tank" Turnbull, and Theo "Major Chemical" Freiheit, who were all part of the milieu that brought about the first incarnation of the Dispenser.

To Gretchen Grey, who supported my efforts to write, as long as meals were delivered at regular intervals.

I want to express my great appreciation to John (Chris) Hocking, Joe Miller, and Lane Whittaker for their insightful, thoughtful, and beyond-the-call-of-duty attention to detail over the course of writing and bringing Dispensing Justice to publication.

To the Beta readers, thank you, for all your time and excellent critiques: John (Chris) Hocking, Dave Cross, Jeff Jackson, Jenny Johnson, Jessica Newberry, Joe Miller, K.M. Barrie, Lane Whittaker, Merideth Freiheit, Raghu Tadi, Skipper Hammond, and Stephanie Feldstein.

I would also like to thank the Alpha readers for their critiques and plowing through incomplete and error riddled portions of the manuscript: Adrianna Buonarroti, Bethany Neal, Courtney Conover, Patrick McHugh, Robyn Ford, and Sherlonya Turner.

To the members of the Ann Arbor Area Writers Group (AAAWG), I would like to thank them for their feedback and support during the transformation of Dispensing Justice from an idea for a short story into a novel: Adrianna Buonarroti, Bethany Neal, Bob Brill, Dan Gilbert, David Liu, Dave Wanty, Donnelly Hadden, Courtney Conover, Edd Tury, Elizabeth Van Ark, Jeff Jackson, Jenny Johnson, Jose Mojica, Karen Simpson, Kate Stone, Kay Posselt, Leslie McGraw, Martin Stolzenberg, Matt Bliton, Pat Tompkins, Patrick McHugh, Ray Juracek, Robyn Ford, Shelley Schanfield, Sherlonya Turner, Skipper Hammond, Stephanie Feldstein, and Sydney Bridges.

To Lisa Nichols, for her excellent copyediting, as well as Joyce Charles and Robert V. Frazier for followup corrections.

The staff at the Plymouth and Green Sweetwaters (you know who you are), for supplying me with a steady stream of iced lattes, my preferred mechanism for delivering caffeine.

And finally, to Matt Howarth, who decided to take a chance on a complete unknown. I've been a fan since 1980.

'Nuff said. (e)

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