Savior in Time

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Dr. Warner is sent back to the past, this time to ancient Rome. He learns of a destiny that even he could never have imagined. More

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About Christopher David Petersen

Christopher David Petersen (1963 - 20??). Born and raised in Connecticut. As a child, I was always daring and reckless. Never one to let common sense stand in the way of a great adventure, my bold feats of stupidity were legendary... Huckleberry Finn would have been proud.

"Surprisingly", that same spirit carried over into adulthood, as I sought out entertainment that included: scuba diving; ski Mountaineering; mountain biking; Rock, Ice and Mountain climbing; flying planes; golf, motorcycles, the stock market and of course, experimentation with various alcoholic refreshments.

Later in life, writing became an extension of my deep desire to experience "new and exciting worlds". I have written several books, but none have been published through any formal channels... I've heard the process is long, painful and laborious, the thought of which sickens me. My foray into e-publishing came after a friend suggested my works could fetch dollars instead of dust inside my sock drawer... a righteous observation. My recent publications are the result of this advice. Further adventure/suspense novels are soon to be released.

An engineer by trade, I have worked all over the U.S. and usually write in my spare time... that is when I'm not enjoying a bottle of Scotch and a quality cigar. I am a naturally long-winded individual, so writing is what happens when I can't get anyone to listen to me anymore...

I love all kinds of genres but gravitate more towards suspense. There is nothing like the build up to a great climax... What a rush!

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jevex reviewed on Sep. 24, 2014

This book is the epic conclusion to Chris Petersen’s “Time Travel” series. As always, Chris’s research on the peoples and the times visited by David Warner are spot-on, as is his treatment of a twenty-first century surgeon making do with the materials of the time and place (Rome and Judea, circa 30 AD), to save lives and treat the afflicted. His use of historical figures and accounts, adapted to the narrative, are well written and a delight to read.

I won’t reveal the thundering, gut-wrenching climaxes of the story (Yes, there really ARE two!) but they will leave you in shock and awe - and, just maybe, with a lump in your throat!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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