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For Dr. Keith, understanding the physics of time travel was the easy part, staying alive long enough to complete his experiment may prove improbable.


Hudson Blackwell was sent to protect more than his country. But time is running out. Blinded by his need for justice will he miss the Truth staring him in the face?


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Published January 18th 2011 by Author Solutions (first published January 14th 2011)
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Lisa Johnson
Jul 01, 2013 Lisa Johnson rated it it was amazing
Title: The Unpardonable Objective (The Blackwell Chronicles #1)
Author: James T. and Cynthia A. Runyon
Pages: 295
Year: 2011
Publisher: WestBow Press
Unpardonable as defined by Webster’s means not to be forgiven. There are characters in this story to which this word can be applied for what appear to be vastly different reasons. Is there anything that can’t be forgiven? The plot is part adventure, part action and part futuristic with other themes also present. The setting is Washington D.C. and ancie
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