Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Tell Boyer is burned out on politics and moves to Los Angeles to become an entertainment journalist. He is sleep walking through life until he meets a reclusive doctor whose father escaped Nazi Germany but had developed a technology to place terminally ill patients into a deep sleep until cures can be developed for their specific diseases. With stem cell technology now available to regenerate kidneys, Tell finds himself face to face with Hollywood’s most famous sex symbol—Jean Harlow. The second is Jim Blane, an American agent who penetrated the S.S. As Jim Blane adjusts to modern life he discovers that they were not the only two suspended in time. With his spy expertise he recognizes men from the SS troop who are now alive and in key governmental positions throughout the world and buoyed by billions in Nazi gold. Tell races with Blane to expose a new plan for world domination and to also introduce Jean Harlow to a modern world.
About the Author:
Ace Collins has authored more than sixty titles in the past two and half decades. Zondervan launched Ace's career in fiction, releasing two books in 2009 and another two in 2010. Ace has won numerous awards for his writing including three Golden Quills, an America's Writing Award, and the Angel of Excellence Award. He has written for a wide variety of publishers including St. Martin's Press, Viking-Penguin, Putnam, Harper-Collins, Thomas Nelson, Word, Zondervan, and the Chicago Review Press. In the course of his writing, he has also penned more than 2,000 magazine features for the likes of People, Us, Texas Monthly, Plus Magazine, and Guideposts. He has made scores of television guest appearances including Good Morning America, The Today Show, CBS This Morning, CNN, Fox and Friends, The NBC Nightly News, and Entertainment Tonight. Two of his books have been made into network TV specials.
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