By Daniel Stanford
Stanley Ford is a manhunter. A Deputy U.S. Marshal. He has found and arrested hundreds of fugitives. But on this arrest in Oklahoma City, something goes wrong. During a fight with the fugitive, Gerhardt Kruger, Kruger is able to grab a remote control. After a blinding flash of light, Stan suddenly finds himself on a vast, grass prairie, confused and with Kruger escaping.
What do you do if you are lost, disoriented and have no communication with your team? If you’re Deputy Marshal Stanley Ford, you go after the fugitive. You know that he is the key to finding where you are and how to get home.
After traveling through this vast, unknown place and contacting some of its residents, Stan learns, its not just where he is, but when. Kruger is still the key. Get Kruger and find out how to get home.
When Stan does get home, he has the ability to travel through time and a fabulous gift from Kruger. What will Stan do with that power? That gift?
No one in this world can be trusted with time travel. Not any person. Not any corporation. Not even his own government. But they want it. Will Stan’s training and experience as the hunter, be enough, when he becomes the hunted?