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Split Second was the 27th best-selling Kindle book of 2017 - out of almost six million titles. Now, this blockbuster continues with Time Frame, a stand-alone near-future thriller that will leave you breathless.

A daring attempt to go back a split second in time to destroy Kim Jong-un. A discovery so consequential it dwarfs even time travel. And a treacherous enemy bent on revenge.

Lee Cargill is the head of Q5, a secret organization that can send objects a split second back into the past. And while this seems utterly useless, it turns out to be the most powerful capability the world has ever known. Those who control it can transform civilization - or destroy it entirely.

When Cargill sends Aaron Blake, his most formidable operative, on an unauthorized mission to destroy Kim Jong-un, all hell breaks loose. As Blake battles for his life, his chances of thwarting the North Korean tyrant plummet. But they're about to get far worse. Because China has learned of Q5 technology, and they'll stop at nothing to hunt Blake down....

And all the while, a powerful enemy has reemerged. An enemy who seeks to use time travel technology to achieve a twisted, psychopathic vision that will leave millions dead - starting with Lee Cargill and the entire Q5 team.

Time Frame is a roller-coaster ride of a thriller, one packed with fascinating concepts that listeners will be contemplating long after it's over.

©2017 Douglas E. Richards (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Another excellent book from an amazing author

The long awaited follow up to Split Second didn't skip a beat and had me glued to my headphones the entire time! Well done, keep em' coming!

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great book

great book really enjoyed every moment. Can't believe I never heard of this author until a friend suggested reading this book. best suggestion ever.

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storyline was very poor

terrible, how do I get my money back. the story line was terrible, absolutely no style

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time travel that doesn't make your head hurt

Douglas E Richards is now my favoritest author! he writes books that make you think but not make your head spin. he entertains and develops characters that you really care about or hate.

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Excellent

Very hard to put down. Actually bought the second one before I finished the first.

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Quite entertaining<br /><br />

Good continuation from split second. The growth of the characters and influx of the antagonist was spot on.

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Great story, as usual!

I really enjoy Douglas Richards. I have read/listened to a number of his books and always stay entertained. I find the scientific basis of his stories intriguing. Keep cranking them out!

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  • Scott
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  • 03-21-18

Not Richards’ Best

Compared to the Nick Hall series, or Amped etc. this story was weak. Not a bad book, but after setting the bar as high as the author did in prior work, this story was a bit flat

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Split Second on steroids

Douglas E. Richards’s Time Frame is even more fast-paced than a Split Second #1. Kevin Pariseau nailed all the voices and I’m left wondering if there will be a follow-up!

Lots of high tech and future science, lots of speculative fiction, and loved it all. This is a techno thriller that could appeal to many people, and I highly suggest giving it a listen. From the Fifth Dimension and Time Travel to Black Ops and Kim Jong Un, this is so timely and barely skips a beat from the first novel.

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Stick to entertainment leave the politics

I've enjoyed several books by Douglas Richards because of his beat future storytelling and deeply scientific/fictional thrilling plot twists and turns. However, with this book and it's predecessor I was extremely disappointed and turned off. This novel was filled with Star Spangled BS. He speaks about America as if it's a proud nation of heros who only do the right things forgetting that this entire country was built in the backs of stolen African slaves and stolen in the most savage way from the indigenous people living here. Millions of Native Americans were murdered for no other reason then existing on land that Whites wanted for their own. He talks about Kim Jong Un as if the founding fathers of this nation never committed atrocities smh. He actually attempted to justify Hiroshima smh. I don't sympathize with Jihadists or tyrants of any kind but America has ZERO moral ground to stand on when judging other nations and had ZERO right to try and justify actions taken against innocent civilians when it's own past is contains some of the most brutal savage violence the world has ever known. I was disgusted at the amnesia displayed with regards to American history and the finger pointing at other cultures/nations but that's typical white privilege. Innocent of all wrong doing in their own minds but in reality the most vicious savage blood thirsty monsters to inhabit the planet. I'll NEVER support his work again.

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