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No Brother, No Friend. 1976 No Brother, No Friend
by Richard C. Meredith
First Edition, First Printing 1976
Doubleday & Company
New York
ISBN 0385111096
Hardback in dust jacket
Cover illustration by Gary Friedman
xiv, 256 pages
Price: $6.95

No Brother, No Friend, a novel by Richard C. Meredith – Part Two of The Timeliner Trilogy.

Published in November 1976.

This book is dedicated to the memory of Jefferson Conan Meredith, May 1966–July 1975. One couldn’t have asked for a better son. . . .

Blurb – Dust Jacket Flaps
On an Earth remote from ours across the Lines of Time, Eric Mathers hides from the Kriths, a group of beings who for centuries have been altering the various worlds of historic possibility in an attempt to save humankind from an invasion from space in the year 4000 A.D.

Once a mercenary in their hire, Mathers has questioned their true motives and escaped their service. But the Kriths have skipped through a spectrum of worlds to locate the man they consider to be a traitor.

As Mathers passes through a U.S.A. of 1972 (where fascism is the order of the day) to a world where a war is being waged on the North American continent by semifeudal European powers, and at last to one where there are only Kriths – and the vast machinery they are using to alter the future of hundreds of Earths and uncounted billions of humans – he moves through fear and confusion, finally reaching the point where he knows, if not answers, exactly what questions to ask and of whom to ask them. . . .

But for a total lack of a mathematical aptitude, Richard C. Meredith would have been an astronomer. Instead he went on to become a reporter for Galaxy magazine, covering the flight of Apollo 11, man’s first trip to the moon. He is also the author of previous works of science fiction – The Sky Is Filled With Ships, We All Died At Breakaway Station, and At The Narrow Passage.

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