|Timeshare (1997) [Novel]|
by Joshua Dann
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(From the publisher):
Have you ever wished you could go back to the good old days
At Timeshare Unlimited, you can. It's a very special travel agency where - if you make it through a careful screening process - you can arrange an extended voyage to the past, no passport required. You can go the tourist route and see the sights - or you can settle in and live like the natives, in a time when the traffic moved a little more slowly, the neighbors greeted you with a smile, and the air was full of hope and promise instead of smog.
It's not so surprising that some of Timeshare's clients don't want to return. It's John Surrey's job to bring them back. He's a pro, an ex-LAPD cop who does what needs to be done without getting involved.
Until at a Hollywood party in 1940, he meets a woman named Althea. And now, for John Surrey, the past, the present and the future will never be the same...
Original title: Timeshare
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction→ World Versions→ Time Travel