Bill Carter ruins his first chance with Katrina Korosec after they meet at a dance lesson. The experience sends him into a downward spiral of drugs, alcohol and depression, and nearly kills him. A kind hypnotist brings him back from the edge and sets him on a quest to heal the ache in his soul. His path out of his funk takes him through meditation and weird religions, resulting in an amazing discovery. “The Mystery” is a kind of song that echoes in his brain, and gives meaning to his life.
After deep meditation on the Mystery, he eventually finds a way to travel through time and fix that fateful night with Katrina.
But time travel is never as simple as it seems. His several attempts to fix the past bring him deeper and deeper into a strange conspiracy of galactic significance.
About the Author
Greg Krehbiel lives in the United States in the mid-Atlantic state of Maryland, where he has lived all his life. He’s a happily married father of five wonderful children and is enjoying a successful career in professional publishing in the Washington, D.C. area. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Geology and studied theology as preparation for ordained ministry — then thought better of it.
He loves Tolkien, the Dune books, Sherlock Holmes, P.G. Wodehouse, Mark Twain and C.S. Lewis when he’s not reading history, philosophy or politics. Greg has always enjoyed long chats with friends over a beer or two about the issues of the day, and he fulfills that need in the digital age by writing the Crowhill weblog (http://crowhill.net/blog).
Greg is a long-time home brewer (beer, wine and mead), an occasional jogger and flag-football player, an out of practice black belt and trumpet player, an avid writer and blogger, and enjoys camping and fishing.