A Stitch in Time
Sam Harkins was running out of options. Laid off from his job, he had one final chance but it meant he had to catch that last bus out of town. Rushing to the station, his past caught up with him and he killed a man defending himself. Now the police were looking for him. He stowed away on the next bus. This decision would change his life forever.
Book Two of The Timkers begins six years later in Sam’s life. He’s trying to settle into a normal life on the University of Washinton campus when he notices something isn’t right. Something is wrong with time. It’s as if someone or something is changing his life, his timeline between breaths. Before he knows it, he’s tossed back to 1936 where he has to confront the girl he loved and left behind.
Sam discovers the Timkers time agents are from the future—the year 2084. He was sent there, albeit briefly by mistake and he did not want to return but circumstances force him to relive the horrors. His mission is to save humanity—from itself. The third book in the series takes Sam into a world destroyed by mankind’s inability to control its greed and lust for fossil fuels. Robots have taken on most jobs and mankind envies their immortality.