American Revolutionary Time Machine #10 by Arthur Byron Cover

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You dart across the road, climb the gate, run up the steps, and knock on the door. Hard. ” you yell into the door. “Let me in! ” asks a man behind the door. “Neither! ” The door opens, and a grizzled tavernkeeper with sharp eyes pulls you in by the collar. ” The last thing you want to do is hurt somebody. You’ll just have to fake it. You reach the window just in time to see a redcoat dash up the steps and knock on the door. The tavernkeeper looks down at his 32 trigger finger, and his forehead breaks into a sweat.

You wonder, though the answer is obvious: the musket is exactly where it should be. You’re going to have to devise an honest way of gaining possession of it. You see three redcoats taking aim at Lord Stirling. You run up to them and push over the nearest one, knocking all three down like a row of bowling pins. One of them kicks your legs out from under you before you can get away. You fall face-first into the marsh. You wipe the mud from your eyes to see three redcoat bayonets pointing at you. ” a redcoat growls.

There’s no telling. They look awful angry, if you ask me. ” You run up the stairs into the hall. At the other end is an open door. Inside you see only a corner of the bed, but you can hear two frightened children crying. Their mother is trying to soothe them. Right now, no one can see you. You can jump out of this mess to some time when the fighting’s died down. Or you can stay here and help these people. Better decide quickly before you lose your chance. Stay here. Click here. Jump in time. Click here.

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