Time's Chariot by Ben Jeapes

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Commissioner Daiho is dead, but there’s no question of foul play. The murder of a Home Timer is about as likely as unauthorized interference with the work of a Correspondent. . . .

Isfahan, Arabia, 1029:

Abu Ali was startled. He hadn’t heard the stranger enter. The Correspondent was even more alarmed—his enhanced senses would have picked up the arrival of any normal human. Then the stranger spoke, and it was the language of the Home Time. Seconds later, Correspondent RC/1029’s world went dark.

The Home Time, 2000 Years Later:

Field Operative Rico Garron is about to have a very bad day.

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About Ben Jeapes

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Ben Jeapes is the author of The Xenocide Mission, The Ark, Winged Chariot, and 18 short stories, most of which can be found at his Web site: www.sff.net/people/ben-jeapes. He lives in Oxfordshire, England.
Published September 9, 2008 by David Fickling Books. 386 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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“The past was officially a nasty, dirty place where people had no social preparation and were cruel and mean to each other….” But since the present “Home Time” world—unified, pacified and populated by 20 billion people—is now crime- and even injury-proofed, how could Commissioner Li Daiho have fa...

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