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by W. J. Cherf

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V. B. Gregorieva, a Russian temporal field agent who secretly works for the Russian and American Academies of Science, tells all in her memoir, Maatkare, Memoirs of a Time Traveler. She, in concert with her American colleague, is tasked to preserve our present reality. First in ancient Egypt as Maatkare, they executed a dangerous psychotic alien hybrid posing as a pharaoh. Then, in Philadelphia as Lieutenant Valerie Gregg, they failed to rescue four lost seamen in 1942. Finally, as Veer “the Bloody” in eighth century France, the team stopped an Iranian attempt to alter the course of Western European Civilization. While several national entities attempted to steal the temporal technology, it would be America’s own politicians, who would shut down the project.

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