When astronomer Dana Wright thinks she has seen writing on Mars, she wants to take a look through a larger telescope. Senate aide Tom Matthews is willing to investigate it with her, but knows it is not writing but buildings, structures made by intelligent beings. How does he know? He’s been there.
Tom remembers every one of his past lives and all the people who shared them with him. That is, until he meets Doctor Dana Wright, someone he’s never met before. Tom’s memory, whether Doctor Wright likes it or not, is the key to the new markings that have appeared on the Martian surface.
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Jon Batson is four-time winner of the Lower Cape Fear Short Story Contest and has twice won Honorable Mention in the Writers of the Future contest and twice in the Rusty Axe contest. He has completed eleven novels and three short story collections. Jon lives with his wife in Raleigh, NC., where he is outlining his next novel.