What would you do with opportunity to alter the past? Would you use the power to eradicate the greatest evil in the annals of humankindeven if it meant destroying the continuity of history? Is the future worth the sacrifice of millions of lives? From J.R. Dunn, a literary artist of extraordinary vision and courage, comes a haunting exploration of life, death, responsibility, and the devastating power of choicea gripping and provocative novel that shines a beacon of moral possibility into the darkest corners of the human soul.In the futurewhen the barriers of Time are barriers no longera woman of uncommon strength and character will be recruited to help preserve the integrity of past events; to keep the wheel of history turning so that what is to come remains uncompromised and uncorrupted. But Alma Levin will go renegade, vanishing somewhere into the most violent years of the mid-twentieth century. And it will be the responsibility of her mentor, Gasper James, to bring her back. For useless he can stop her, Alma Levin intends to change historyand the futurewith a plan to prevent the slaughter of six milliona plan that is puling former teacher and protigi both into the most terrible place ever conceived by man: Auschwitz.
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About the Author
J. R. Dunn is the author of three novels, This Side of Judgment, Days of Cain, and Full Tide of Night, and his work has been published in various magazines and anthologies. He has been an associate editor of The International Military Encyclopedia since 1992, and is now a contributing editor for American Thinker.
What People are Saying About This
Instantly riveting -- wildly imaginative, but at the same time authoritative and convincing at every turn. Dunn has written one of the great time travel stories, and populated it with real, passionate people.
Days of Cain is utterly audacious. If this novel doesn't raise your hackles and make you start asking questions, you're not reading.