John Smith greatly enjoys his unusual life. He’s wealthy, long-lived, and very well traveled. He jumps to the 21st century expecting to be reunited with his daughter but finds she has been brutally murdered. Under normal circumstances it was a simple matter to undo an untimely death but, in this case, the killer remembers multiple fact patterns and easily thwarts John’s attempts. To save his daughter, John must overcome shifting fact patterns, a determined detective, and three versions of the killer. His research shows that he fails, but facts can be fluid.
“I don’t normally review books, but after reading this book yesterday I haven’t stopped thinking about it. The depth of the portrayal of the characters and the issues that they are dealing with is fantastic. I think what really makes this book so great is not just that the story line is enthralling but that the author was able to keep everything flowing well and understandable. I heartily recommend this book to anyone that is interested in contemporary fiction, or the possibilities of multiple realities.” ~5 Star Amazon Customer Review
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