Chapter Sixty: Evolving
Pam Miller was in trouble, the greatest trouble of her life, old or new. Since her sleepy, West Virginia small town's startling move through space-time to seventeenth-century Germany, she had seen and done things the average middle-aged American housewife couldn't imagine. She had killed men, and was responsible for the deaths of many more. Now, and not for the first time, she was fighting for her own life with all her remaining strength.

She had been kidnapped by a group of desperate men, former servants of the despicable would-be pirate king . . .

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