When Regina Bellows, a Jr Agent at the Time Travel Bureau, uncovers a massive conspiracy designed to start WWIII, she and her friends must risk everything to travel back from 2112 to 1972 to stop it.
WASHINGTON, D.C. 2112
United States Time Travel Bureau
Chronologist Regina Bellows is great at her job. As a junior agent at the U.S. Time Travel Bureau she finds dangerous time anomalies caused by reckless time-travelers (basically cleaning up other people’s messes) from the comfort and safety of her desk. She knows her lack of social graces and verbal filter would make her a liability in the field.
When she accidentally uncovers a massive “chronomaly” in 1972 about a far-reaching plot to start World War III, she embarks alone on her first field mission ever – as an undercover secretary at the Nixon White House – where the race is on to find the conspirators before they find her.
She’s undertrained, inexperienced, all alone, and World War III is hanging in the balance.
What could possibly go wrong?
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Claire Willett is an award-winning playwright from Portland, Oregon. Her most recent work, DEAR GALILEO – described by the author as “a play about science, religion, fathers and daughters, sex, creationism, and the Vatican Advanced Technology Telescope” – recently received its world premiere with Playwrights West in Portland. Other works include the Scottish folk musical CARTER HALL; the chamber opera THE WITCH OF THE IRON WOOD; and THE DEMONS DOWN UNDER THE SEA, a one-act adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “Annabel Lee.” THE REWIND FILES is her first novel.
Claire holds a B.A. in Theatre from Whitman College (Walla Walla, WA) and currently lives in her hometown of Portland where she collects Liberace memorabilia, spends way too much money at Powell’s Books, freelances as a marketing and development consultant for arts nonprofits and spent eight years as a Catholic youth minister.
Follow her at www.clairewillettwrites.wordpress.com, where she blogs about embarrassing herself in front of celebrities, being a gay Catholic, and her obsession with the Olympics.