J. B. Manas is a Philadelphia-based author of fiction and nonfiction. His debut novel with co-author Edward Miller, The Kronos Interference, was named to Kirkus Reviews’ Best of 2012, and earned a starred review. He is currently working on a sci-fi thriller, Atticus, targeted for release in 2016.
His nonfiction books on organizational management and lessons from history have been translated into eight languages and course-adopted in universities worldwide…
WITHIN ONE MAN’S PAST LIES THE WHOLE WORLD’S FUTURE
As a rookie cop, Marti Coldwater prepared herself to be ready for anything, even in a town as small as Ferry Township, PA. But nothing could have predicted that her police vehicle would be run off the road by a strange, falling military craft. Nor that she’d end up rescuing the lone passenger, a young British amnesiac whose only memories are from World War II, some 70 years earlier. And she certainly didn’t expect to be relentlessly pursued by government agents, deadly assassins, and a sinister figure with a top-secret agenda—all with plans to capture her newfound companion and terminate anyone he’s been in contact with. Soon she realizes that her only hope is to try to recover the memories of a man she’s not even sure she trusts—the man who calls himself Atticus.