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The New Watcher is a prose short story of Tales of the Slayer book series. Written by Kristine Kathryn Rusch, it was originally published on December 17, 2002 by Simon Pulse.

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Pauline Francis Bernard is passing herself off as a man under the name of Frankie Massey, in order to enlist in the Union army. Her Watcher is long dead, and a new Watcher arrives in her division in search of the Slayer. Her general has secretly known that Frankie is a woman, but wants her on his side. He devises a plan to exterminate the vampires plaguing the war-torn South, and allows the Watcher and Frankie to go their own way.

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  • The events of this story take place in the year of 1864 in Atlanta, Georgia.

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