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New Libertarian Novel


A series of libertarian novelettes, newly brought to print, portrays police-state tactics in America. Set in the fictional town of Abe’s Turn, “The Conscience of Abe’s Turn” ( tells the story of four civil-rights activists who resort to espionage in order to challenge the police-state tactics of their hometown local government. They form an underground organization to serve as “Conscience” to the government around them.

“It’s extremely political,” says series author J. Timothy King, “but it doesn’t get into party politics. Our heroes have just as many conservative sympathies as they do liberal ones. So far, episodes have addressed freedom of speech and assembly, gun rights, due process, anti-drug laws, sexual assault laws, police brutality, and official corruption.”

The story is told in the style of a dramatic television series. Each episode not only tells a self-contained story but also develops a planned 24-episode story arc. Originally posted at, the first four episodes have now been released as a book, about the size of a novel. This first volume also contains “Bonus Extras,” including a behind-the-scenes essay about the inspiration and politics behind the story and an additional short story involving the series characters.

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