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The Lincoln Exchange - Book I

by Melvin Rabinowitz

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0738830267, Paperback)

Alan (Ruby) Gentry is recruited by a shadowy government agency called TEMPUS for a mysterious assignment. It turns out that he is to journey, using a new, secretly developed time travel device, to 1828, to observe nineteen year old Abraham Lincoln. His instructions are to watch, but absolutely not interfere with anything. Things go awry, however, and Lincoln eventually becomes deathly ill. The only way Gentry can save him is to bring him to our time. Modern medicine delivers him from what would have been a certain death. but the fact that he is in the future has to be kept from him. It isn't.

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