Virtualgrams

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AuthorHouse, Dec 1, 2003 - Fiction - 472 pages
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Dr. Peter Benchly was a washed-up scientist in a failing private research center in Boston until he stumbled over some unique enhancements to the laws of magnetic physics. Haunted and depressed by the memory of his deceased wife, he reluctantly agrees to use his new technology (a Magnetic Resonance Imager turned Retro-Time Imager) to aid the government. He assists by locating a group of terrorists apparently using similar technology to devastate U.S. military intelligence installations.

As he soon finds out, imaging and being there are synonymous with this upgraded technology.

From modern day Boston to the streets of old New Orleans in the 18th Century and beyond, Professor Benchly and his young graduate student, Mark Potts, are soon intertwined in a mystery of cosmic proportions. Should he risk changing the past and rescuing his wife from her ill fated plane crash? How does one stop terrorists who apparently control time travel themselves?

A blend of high tech and radical plot twists keep the reader immersed in suspense and one step away from the final battle of wits, thanks to one reluctant 'time-cop.'

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