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The Whenabouts of Burr

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Someone has taken the original document of the U.S. Constitution and substituted another. The substitute is identical, just as old, and equally authentic -- except it has been signed by Aaron Burr! It contradicts history, but it is real and there for everyone to see! Such a crime calls for out-of-this-world detective work. There must be alternate Americas -- and one of the ...more
Paperback, 158 pages
Published 1975 by DAW
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Scott Nieradka
Jan 12, 2011 Scott Nieradka rated it did not like it
Shelves: crap-sci-fi
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Jack
Jan 08, 2012 Jack rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Time travel - mystery - confusing - some interesting ideas and situations but the author seemed to be hurried in his writing.
Nicole
Jul 31, 2008 Nicole rated it liked it
Shelves: science-fiction
Travel between alternate time lines to find one with the constitutions signed by Burr. Agents must find their own copy.
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Sep 06, 2012 Stig rated it really liked it
A funny and enjoyable romp through the space-time continuum to find a missing copy of the US Constitution.
Ron
Apr 05, 2010 Ron rated it it was ok
An OK alternate history from the 1970's.
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Michael Kurland has written many non-fiction books on a vast array of topics, including How to Solve a Murder, as well as many novels. Twice a finalist for the Edgar Award (once for The Infernal Device) given by the Mystery Writers of America, Kurland is perhaps best known for his novels about Professor Moriarty. He lives in Petaluma, California.
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