In Due Time

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In Due Time is a suspense/thriller about America's descent into the future and a man who fights his way back through time to save the one man who can set things right.

In 2036, America has just shaken off the shackles of a one world government. Led by a modern day Washington named Alexander Birch, our country is rising from the ashes, but Birch has a problem. Prompted by a mysterious stranger he reaches out to a famous writer and patriot named ...

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Overview

In Due Time is a suspense/thriller about America's descent into the future and a man who fights his way back through time to save the one man who can set things right.

In 2036, America has just shaken off the shackles of a one world government. Led by a modern day Washington named Alexander Birch, our country is rising from the ashes, but Birch has a problem. Prompted by a mysterious stranger he reaches out to a famous writer and patriot named Howard Spence.

The stranger is a time traveler named Joshua Lance who had sacrificed a life of favor serving his international masters to save the one man who could bring America back from the ashes; Birch. Spence tells how Lance had traded his own security and wealth he had carefully crafted for a larger cause and more importantly why.

In Due Time has the flavor of Vince Flynn meets Harry Turtledove. It is one man's journey of discovery into his own heart then back through time for his last greatest adventure.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781453788363
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/24/2010
  • Pages: 268
  • Sales rank: 1,263,323
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.61 (d)

Meet the Author

J. Keith Jones is a native of Georgia who now lives in North Carolina with his wife. As well as fiction he also studies and writes about history. A graduate of the University of South Carolina, he has spent a number of years in the computer industry. His desire to write was sparked by the encouragement of his first English professor in college. In Due Time is his first published novel.
To learn more about J. Keith Jones and his upcoming projects please visit his website at www.jkjones-author.com
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