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Publisher's Summary

Revisiting the past can be murder.

Private Detective Greyson Travers has a secret, but he isn’t the only one. When a stunning widow asks him to investigate the suicide of her husband, Greyson plans for an easy resolution. But a quick look into the past gets dangerous for his future. He isn’t the only one interested in the case, and the longer he’s involved, the more victims turn up dead.

Greyson can travel through time. It makes him the best sleuth in the city. But every advantage comes at a cost. Under pressure from a powerful mob kingpin and an agency governing time, his investigation will take him deep into the underworld.

The clock is ticking, and Greyson might be too late to discover the truth. Sometimes, the past is better left for dead.

If you love treacherous twists and mind-bending murder mysteries, jump into this pause-resisting thriller where time is never on your side.

Can you solve the mystery of the future?

©2020 Nathan Van Coops (P)2021 Skylighter Press

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Good and bad..

Okay! I found this a little confusing at times but I still enjoyed it. I can't even tell you what it was about but it was about time travel. So, I would recommend it to people who like time travel.

I liked Greyson Travers but I really liked his AI Waldo.

There was no romance and the F-bomb was used 6 times.

As for the narration: Stacy Carolan was just okay for me. He did a good job with the voices but he read without emotions. He never laughed or yelled or whispered or sounded grumpy, nothing except his own voice, and that's disappointing.

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Beautifully Written and Performed!

This was, as expected, a great story! Nathan has a way of twisting a tale to keep you guessing until the very end! Unlike other mystery type books, once you know how it ends, all the pieces of the story totally fit together! Greyson, I hope, will get more developed in future (or past?) stories as I thoroughly enjoy reading (and re-reading) about his father, Ben. Stacy Carolan did a wonderful job acting the different parts of the story. As for the story only taking 4 hours, I can say that I would LOVE more of the story, but it fit perfectly into the space between library loans.

Note to the author:
Please tell us there will be more to this story! I read (and listen to) a lot of books but have very few authors that I can trust to give me a thrilling journey every single time. I trust you, Nathan Van Coops, to keep me entertained. Please, Sir. Can we have more?

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Great time travel story

Great story, great narration. The story is set in the “In Times Like These” universe which is one of the best time travel series I’ve ever read. This is a spin-off detective story and hopefully the first of many Greyson Travers stories.

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Amazing ofcourse

“Do you know what the most valuable commodity in the universe is?” Time and this one is so worth it!! Another amazing time travel adventure from this amazing time travel author. Don’t miss out on it download now!!! Can’t wait for the next!

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Another great story from Nathan Van Coops!

This is my first audible book and I was pleasantly surprised to find I like the audible experience!

This is not my first Nathan Van Coops book (and won't be my last, I'm sure). I love that you don't have to know about time travel to enjoy and understand the stories. The concepts are explained as part of the story.

This book is a great addition to my Nathan Van Coops library!

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Love this time travel thriller

I love the call backs to Nathan Van Coops characters from In Times Like These! I am hoping for this book to turn into a series as well! The development of characters in this thriller is top of the line. If you love mysteries and time travel this is for you!

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Great start for a new series.

Excellent story and narration. Great start for a new series. My wife loved Grayson's humor. I'm looking forward to more of Grayson and Della in the future! Thank you to the author for the free audio book.

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More excellent work from Van Coops!

Nathan Van Coops does it again. While I’m itching for another story about Benjamin Travers, getting a story about one version of his son, Greyson is pretty satisfying.

I’ll be honest, I’m not really a big fan of detective stories anymore. But, I do enjoy Science-Fantasy. So I was not really sure where I was going to fall on this one beforehand. Greyson Travers and his AI Sidekick, Waldo, traveling back and forth in time to solve cases for Travers Private Investigations business, might just be what was missing. I was hooked from the beginning.

I want this to be a spoiler free review, and the book is not very long, so I canI say too much without giving things away. I thought I had figured out who did what, where, and how pretty early, but I was wrong.

Nathan Van Coops is talented in a way I don’t usually see from writers. Every single book seems to fit in a different genre. Mystery, Action/Adventure with Zombies, Race against Time, Historical, the Afterlife(?), Alternate History, and now Detective. I’m impressed with each book, and I’d really love to see the series bible that he uses to maintain the timelines. I absolutely look forward to getting more Greyson stories.

And since I listen almost exclusively to the audiobooks, I also review the narrators. If the reading is bad, I’ll never make it through. Stacy Carolan’s presentation is probably in my top 10 of audiobooks. He doesn’t hiss or whistle when he speaks the letter “S.” He doesn’t do annoying voices. And he sounds like he’s Greyson himself, and not just someone reading the story. Neil Hellegers was perfect as Benjamin Travers throughout the *In Times Like These* series, and Carolan just slides right in to voice Greyson. He really does sound like he could be his grown up son. Maybe that sounds weird, but it really does enhance the story.

All in all, I am very pleased with this book. If you like Time Travel, Detectives, AI, or Whodunits, then you need to pick this up. I was given a code by the author for a free book in exchange for a review, but that did not effect my rating.

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A good start to a new series

Grey is pretty confident he can solve any case that comes his way. He has a secret weapon, he can travel in time and find out exactly what happened. However the latest case is proving a lot more difficult and he's running out of time to find out why.
This was a good start to a new series though I feel like he could have used the time travelling element to solve the mystery a bit more easily than this. I loved Grey's slightly sarcastic AI companion and some of the gadgets sound super cool. I thought the narrator was pretty good too.

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Fantastic and so so fun.

This is my second audible book and I am so glad I listened to this story. Stacy’s narration was superb. The story had so many great surprises and clever details that I was amazed. I was transported so easily into the story that it was hard to stop listening when I had to go do other things. I am eagerly waiting for the next book in the series. I would recommend this to anyone who likes PI stories or time travel.