NO TIME FOR TRUTH . . .
'Amazing work. Very, very impressive.'
Thrill a minute, adult non-stop action, with characters you will hate to love, and love to hate - plus a dash of theoretical physics and a bit of philosophy for added spice.
Life as a mathematician working on a new theory of physics has ill-prepared Christine Reynolds for the chaos that ensues when her boss, Dr Lineker, goes missing. Assisted by a troubled ex-soldier, she devises an ingenious way to rescue him. But although she knows she is running out of time, she remains unaware that time itself may no longer be running sequentially, or that - in ten days' time - she will be killed.
'Just finished reading MindField: a Science Thriller by Tim Dub. Definitely not my usual genre. But I had to finish it. Enthralling, intellectually stimulating and frequently heart thumping. Do feel like I have been through the ringer but no regrets!! Amazing work. Very, very impressive.’
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About the Author
I became a magazine journalist, commercial photographer, and freelance writer promoting tourism for State agencies. I had some major successes; front page for The Australian of a State Funeral, over 100 major features for many glossy magazines including Australian Geographic with occasional front covers, definitive tourism guides, a coffee table book of tropical island resorts, lots of aerial photography, iconic pictures of Tasmania, and so on.
This was a wonderful time of great variety and challenge where I was assured a front seat (literally and metaphorically) and privileged access that otherwise would have been impossible; and of course I enjoyed an intimate engagement with Tasmania, with its extraordinary wilderness and magnificent forests.
But, I grew tired of the near unremitting cheerfulness of the required tone in the magazine work and so, fed up with prescribed photography, sold all my cameras and lenses and started a novel.
I had heard an interview with an Australian scientist in which he addressed questions about Einstein's 'Relativity' that had troubled me ever since my degree in Logic with Physics, so this was a natural area of interest to explore.
We returned to the UK, partly to be near my elderly mother, but also to show the kids 'Old Europe' and, amongst several other tours, I went on a 'roots' trip with my eldest daughter Kita, to discover the truth about my father.
But that is another story.