J. B. Manas is a Philadelphia-based author of fiction and nonfiction. He is the author of the new sci-fi thriller, Atticus, and co-author of The Kronos Interference, named to the “Best of 2012” by Kirkus Reviews, which gave the book a starred review, calling it “impressively original” and “[a] tour de force.”
His nonfiction books (written as Jerry Manas) on leadership lessons from history, science, and the arts have been translated into eight languages and course-adopted in universities worldwide…
WITHIN ONE MAN’S PAST LIES THE WHOLE WORLD’S FUTURE
A lone British pilot crash lands in a small Pennsylvania town with no memory of who he is or the world-changing secret he possesses—only the name Atticus.
When he’s rescued by rookie female cop Marti Coldwater, who comes to believe he’s from the 1940s, the two find themselves relentlessly pursued by government agents and a mysterious Nordic assassin.
On the run with a stranger who’s displaying increasingly shocking abilities and may be friend or foe, Marti is thrown into a world of highly classified government programs and astonishing alien secrets, including one that now threatens humanity itself.