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Alexander Inheritance – Snippet 06

Alexander Inheritance – Snippet 06 “There are several reasons,” she said, “but the most important are that Egypt is the richest province in the Macedonian empire and will be the richest in the Roman Empire. It’s the breadbasket of the … Continue reading

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Alexander Inheritance – Snippet 05

Alexander Inheritance – Snippet 05 Chapter 2 Off Formentera Island 9:00 PM, September 15, 321 BCE The voice over the loudspeakers was calm and matter-of-fact, as if the ship’s officer was simply reporting on the weather: “Ladies and gentlemen, using … Continue reading

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Alexander Inheritance – Snippet 04

Alexander Inheritance – Snippet 04 But Charlene had wanted “romantic,” and her mother agreed with her. Darn Doris, with all her silly romance novels. And now some sort of disaster had happened. They were stuck out here on the company’s … Continue reading

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Alexander Inheritance – Snippet 03

Alexander Inheritance – Snippet 03 Not these circumstances, though. “How are the passengers doing, Jane?” he asked. “Congressman Wiley is threatening to have our whole company barred from operating out of the United States.” Carruthers twitched a half smile for … Continue reading

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Alexander Inheritance – Snippet 02

Alexander Inheritance – Snippet 02 Chapter 1 Port Berry, Royal Cay, Bahamas 6:15 AM At dawn, the Reliance was alongside and the fuel lines were being attached. Dag Jakobsen watched through his camera feed. There were three flat screen monitors … Continue reading

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Alexander Inheritance – Snippet 01

Alexander Inheritance – Snippet 01 The Alexander Inheritance Eric Flint, Gorg Huff, Paula Goodlett Prologue “Eurydice.” Roxane bowed slightly in acknowledgement, but was careful not to bow too deeply. She couldn’t afford to let the fiery sixteen-year-old think she was … Continue reading

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1636: Mission To The Mughals – Snippet 39

The book should be available now so this is the last snippet. 1636: Mission To The Mughals – Snippet 39 “French?” Gervais asked. “I’m afraid not. Portuguese, English and Dutch are the most common European languages here, and even they … Continue reading

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1636: Mission To The Mughals – Snippet 38

1636: Mission To The Mughals – Snippet 38 Shah Jahan’s face didn’t soften, but the mad anger of a moment before was replaced by a colder, more calculating one. “Yes, by all means. Keep them close, keep them safe. I … Continue reading

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1636: Mission To The Mughals – Snippet 37

1636: Mission To The Mughals – Snippet 37 Chapter 21 Agra, Red Fort, The Diwan-i-Khas November, 1634 Expectations high, Jahanara and Nadira eagerly awaited their first sight of the envoys from the future as Father made short work of the … Continue reading

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1636: Mission To The Mughals – Snippet 36

1636: Mission To The Mughals – Snippet 36 Iqtadar sniffed loudly through his hooked and oft-broken nose, said something Bertram translated as, “pretty smells.” Iqtadar’s men laughed harshly. Angelo trotted up a moment later, immediately asked what was afoot.

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