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by John J. Nance

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Headwind by John J. Nance
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The captain shook his head impatiently. "This is Greece, Alastair. They've been civilized for at least a few years now. About two or three thousand, in fact."

"Craig?" Chadwick tightened his grip on the captain 's arm, and Dayton responded with irritation.


"Be careful, okay? I know he 's your President, but you can 't protect him."

"No?" There was a flurry of movement as Craig Dayton resumed the process of hauling himself out of the seat." Just watch me!"

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