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Tempus Fugit: A Novel

Tempus Fugit: A Novel

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What would our Founding Fathers do if they suddenly found themselves in the present-day United States? Would they be pleased with the current state of America?

Journey with our Founders as they discover airplanes, Constitutional amendments, World Wars, and the Kennedy Assassination. Watch CNN and Jerry Springer with George Washington, meet emancipated African Americans with Thomas Jefferson, surf the web with Benjamin Franklin.

The exciting new novel Tempus Fugit is a fast-paced, profound, often hilarious story that brings Washington, Franklin and Jefferson back to life. After reading it, you will view our Founders and our republic in a different light.

For more information about Tempus Fugit, please visit:

For a limited time, visitors to the site can purchase an autographed copy of the novel for only $15.95 - 20% off the cover price – and receive free shipping anywhere in the continental United States!

From the Author

I spent years getting to know our founders. Most men are diminished by such scrutiny, but in this case respect grew with understanding. As I read our forefathers’ words, I realized they overcame or foresaw most of our current problems.

What would our founders think of America today?

The answers are more conclusive than you might think.

Lawrence Lee Rowe Jr.

Tempus Fugit (Time Flies) A Novel Some Men Would Be Great In Any Time ISBN: 0976766809

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