R.S. Ingermanson writes time-travel suspense fiction set in first-century Jerusalem. He has a Ph.D. in theoretical physics from UC Berkeley and is interested in science, history, philosophy, and religion. He writes about "life at the intersection of Science Avenue and Religion Boulevard." This is a rough section of town--bad lighting, crazy drivers, and plenty of con men. In short, it's where all the fun is, if you don't mind a little flying glass.
Rivka Meyers is trapped in first-century Jerusalem after a physics experiment gone horrible awry. Her physicist husband says that Rivka can’t change history, and she now knows he’s right. She knows the exact date that Roman troops will sweep into Jerusalem and crucify 3000 innocent Jews. She knows she can save her friends from this horror. But she doesn’t know … if she can save herself.
Rivka Meyers is trapped in first-century Jerusalem after a physics experiment gone horrible awry. Her physicist husband claims that Rivka can’t change history, but she doesn’t believe him. She knows that James the brother of Jesus will soon be executed by the evil high priest. Rivka vows to stop this murder at any cost. But the problem is that nobody believes that her “premonitions” are true.
Damien West is a physicist on a mission to kill the apostle Paul. He’s building a wormhole with the help of Ari Kazan, a young Israeli physicist in Jerusalem. Ari’s got his eye on Rivka Meyers, a hot young archaeology student from Berkeley. When Damien gets the wormhole working, he uses Rivka first as a guinea pig. Ari must decide whether to follow them--or lose the woman of his dreams forever.