Grantville Gazette 99's stories are about finding a better way forward. In "On the Walls of Wismar," Tim Sayeau brings us the story of Major Dag Rödvinge persuading the Wismar city council that the Committees' of Correspondence actions are necessary to avoid the Holocaust. Inez Wiley discovers there's a Gutenberg Bible that can be preserved in Chuck Thompson's "The Monkey in the Bible." The Date clan expands industry in "Hatching Iron" by Iver P. Cooper. In the conclusion of Garrett Vance's "The First Cavalry of the Cretaceous," the Allied Tribes move forward.