David T. Pennington grew up in a small northern California town called Paradise, but his home is in San Francisco. While his associate’s degree in computer programming has helped pay the bills, his bachelor’s degree in psychology has informed his writing. His love of fiction—mainly mysteries, science fiction, and thrillers—is balanced by his fascination with books on futurism, theoretical physics, and cosmology. Peer Through Time is his debut novel.
Dr. Sam Westmoreland never believed his mom’s tall tales of time travel. When he discovers his boss is conducting mind-control experiments on their patients, he’s transported into the future, where he meets a younger, pregnant version of his mother. Long-kept family secrets are revealed as they each try to return to their own time, so that Sam can save his patients from unethical experiments.
When a time traveling physicist discovers her mother and sister have been targeted by a killer—in the future, to which she is unable to return—she must overcome her lifelong aversion to violence and find a way to prevent the killer’s existence.