The Guardian by Joe Haldeman

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Joe Haldeman has changed readers' perceptions of science fiction and war through such groundbreaking novels as The Forever War and Forever Peace. Now, the author David Brin calls "one of the best prophetic writers of our times" has crafted a tale in which the future of humanity is intertwined with the destiny of Rosa Tolliver-an ordinary woman in the days after the Civil War, trying to make a new life for herself in the Alaska gold fields and feeling an odd sense of being watched.

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Published December 3, 2002 by Ace Hardcover. 240 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Knowing the Ellsbergs were out of town and using a key Ellsberg had lent him (Ellsberg never explains why), Sheehan gained access to the apartment of Ellsberg's wife's younger brother, to whom Ellsberg had entrusted a set of Papers for safe-keeping.

Feb 06 2003 | Read Full Review of The Guardian

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Emperor by Stephen Baxter (Gollancz, £10.99) Stephen Baxter's novels have covered everything from sunspots to deep-space exploration and an examination of the Ice Age through the eyes of a mammoth.

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