Sacred Honor

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PublishAmerica, Jun 9, 2003 - Fiction - 242 pages
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In 1776, Benjamin Thompson, a Loyalist spy, makes a deal with Lord Germain that he will time travel to the future, steal the original Declaration of Independence, go back to 1774 and sell the Declaration to him. In 2276, Huey T. Stone wants to destroy the Declaration and replace it with his own brand of history. Neither Benjamin Thompson nor Huey Stone are aware that there are three people determined to stop them. Mbakondja, an underground militant, disagrees with Hueyas grand vision of a new America. Don Honeyman, a double spy and descendant of John Honeyman, switches alliances when he learns the truth about Lizzie Freeman. Lizzie Freeman, British double agent in 1776 and 2276, wants to eliminate Huey Stone from office and take over his job as Royal Governor of the Commonwealth of the United City States.
 

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Contents

Chapter Two 1824
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Chapter Five 3742
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Chapter Eight 5256
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Chapter Eleven 6870
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Chapter Fifteen 8690
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Chapter Seventeen 101105
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Chapter Twenty 115117
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Chapter TwentyThree 131143
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Chapter TwentyFour 144149
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Chapter TwentySix 157163
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Chapter TwentySeven 172178
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Chapter TwentyNine 189200
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Chapter ThirtyOne 207215
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Chapter ThirtyThree 228235
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