One of the audiobooks I narrated recently was The Far Time Incident by Neve Maslakovic. Frequently, the books I record aren’t SF, but this is a time travel murder mystery. It was a great deal of fun, in part because the main character is an admin assistant.
Thanks to the time travel lab at St. Sunniva University, history is no longer a mystery. But when the beloved co-inventor of the university’s time machine is inexplicably smeared across time, academic exploration and the future of St. Sunniva is thrown into doubt.
As assistant to the dean of science, Julia Olsen is tasked with helping Campus Security Chief Nate Kirkland quietly examine this rare mishap…then, just as quietly, make it go away. But when the investigation indicates that the professor’s disappearance may have been a murder, those inspecting the incident unwittingly find themselves caught in a deadly coverup – one in which history itself is the weapon.
From the snow-blanketed walkways of St. Sunniva’s campus to the sun-bleached cobblestone of ancient Pompeii’s roads, The Far Time Incident is a lively romp through history, science, and the academic world in the wake of a crime.
You can listen to a sample of The Far Time Incident Audiobook or pick up a copy at Audible.com.