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“Einstein’s Raven” by Fred G. Baker is a mashup of time travel, a love story, and computer espionage all rolled into one. The “traveler” is from the year 3011, and she is traveling to Golden,Colorado year 2019. This is where she meets Derek Phillips who is attending a local self-help group sanctioned by his work. He is a physicist and programmer whose bad habit is that he is a perfectionist who is difficult to work with. Raven is lost in 2019– out of her element as far as proper clothing and social mores go – and Derek is immediately taken by her. He offers her shelter and in return she begins helping him with a serious hacking issue at his job. As Derek guides Raven through life in 2019, Raven clues Derek in on advanced computer programming and issues. Their attraction to each other is mutual and dangerous. …” –Amazon Vine Voice Reviewer
A Science Fiction Spy Thriller
Derek Phillips, a cutting edge programmer at the National Renewable Energy Lab in Golden, is tasked to find out who is hacking into the lab’s secret files on “Harry”—one of the most advanced supercomputers in the world. His job is on the line. “Find the Intruder or seek a new career,” his demanding boss tells him.
Derek is between a rock and a hard place when he meets a mysterious woman named Raven who is seeking a secret from the past. She is beautiful, and clever, and has serious computer skills.
But who is she really and why does she turn up in his life just now?
The answer marks the beginning of an adventure that leads Derek beyond his wildest dreams as Raven reveals she is on a special mission. A mission so important that, should she fail to achieve her goals, futuristic terrorists will uncover one of the best kept secrets of the “Ancients.” A secret so powerful that in the wrong hands it could destroy the very nature of time itself.
About the Author
Fred G. Baker is a hydrologist and award winning author living in Colorado. He writes pirate stories, science fiction novels, and mysteries. Look for his story collections and novels on Amazon and Kindle, and at the author’s website othervoicespress.com. Recent works include The Modern Pirate Series of short stories about Alex the Pirate; the mystery novels, An Imperfect Crime and Desert Sanctuary; the Sci Fi adventure thriller ZONA: The Forbidden Land; the espionage thriller The Black Freighter, and other titles. He also writes nonfiction and genealogy books and articles, scientific articles, reports, and book chapters