Time and Again
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In 1996 Tony Harrison is an Observer in the Fleet Air Arm and is flying Sea King helicopters on exercise in the Northern Atlantic. Lieutenant Charles Bradshaw is flying combat missions against the Japanese Navy in his F4F-4 Wildcat over the Pacific Ocean in 1942. One day their worlds collide and the adventure begins.
The war against the Japanese is raging across the Pacific, but on a small Island, inhabited by simple Polynesian natives, something far more sinister is afoot. A US plane spotter mysteriously disappears. Father Matthew, an Irish missionary, is cast out from the only village to fight for survival alone in the jungle, but quickly meets an ally in the form of Frank, an American enigma who takes the Holy Father under his wing. A young girl is left stranded on a deserted beach after the Australian sailors that rescued her from Java are all killed in a Japanese bombing raid and finally, the local fishermen are starting to disappear as the Japanese Army moves across the island.
The scene is set for an explosive sequence of events that will have far reaching consequences across time itself. Amidst the despair and treachery, this unlikely team must fight together to stop history being re-written and to guarantee their own safety, but time and again they will be thwarted. Will they get a second chance?
Back in 1996, at home in Cornwall Laura is unsure of her feelings for the man she has been dating for three months. Her quiet life as a Teaching Assistant is turned upside-down as she learns of Tony’s accident and she starts to discover her true feelings as she co-exists between her work and his bed-side. Together with his doctor, Mike Phillips, she must unravel the mystery to discover a strategy that will bring him home.
‘Time and Again’ is the first novel by Ian Weaver in the ‘Harry’ Harrison trilogy and will take you on a journey of war, love, happiness and despair. Time itself will become the enemy until they realise that ‘Sometimes you have to go back in order to move forward.’