Did you know Thomas Jefferson and John Adams died on the same day? Exactly 50 years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence on 4 July 1826.
What would have happened if there had been a Declaration of Emancipation prepared in addition to the more famous one?
What would have happened if the Union had attacked on the 4th of July, the day after Pickett’s Charge?
What would have happened if Grant’s pivotal capture of Vicksburg had turned into the Union’s greatest shame?
What if Sparta and its allies had won the Battle of Mantinea?
What if there had been two Israeli assault teams at Entebbe in 1976?
Independence Day (Time Patrol) is free today through the 4th of July in honor of the holiday.

From Philadelphia in 1776 to Gettyburg in 1863 to Monticello in 1826 to Vicksburg in 1863 to Entebbe in 1976 to the ancient battle of Mantinea in Greece in 362 BC, the Time Patrol has to keep our timeline intact.
On other fronts, the second Will Kane book is now available for pre-order: Lawyers, Guns and Money. Reviews for the first book, New York Minute have been universally positive and I am at work on the third book, Walk on the Wild Side.

I hope everyone has a safe and happy Fourth of July!