Heretofore, Indiana is known for its 92 unique counties. That long-established demographic is forever shattered with the discovery of Ersatz County. Bookhouse is thrilled to announce publication of Familiar Faces—The People and Places of Indiana’s 93rd County, by Mark S. Schlachter. Mark writes in the Foreword, “Decades of research and hundreds of hours taking photographs and printing images are now joined in the most complete documentation yet of the people and places of Indiana’s Ersatz County.” Familiar Faces is an entertaining, fun, fact-free book where the author assigns himself the task of “pulling Ersatz County out of the shadows of history and into the half-light of current neglect.” Readers will see themselves and many others they know in this clever work of fiction. Well done, Mark.