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Private investigator Ashton Ford has special powers - powers that some call supernatural. A former naval intelligence officer who is highly knowledgeable in cryptology and philosophy, Ford will shatter your ideas of reality and take you into a mystical world of vision, intuition, and psychic truth. A phenomenal psychic, an unparalleled lover, and a true Renaissance man, Ashton Ford can see into the future and even into the distant past using his psychic powers to assist special clients who are in crisis.
In Don Pendleton's sixth Ashton Ford novel, Time to Time, the husband of an aging - though still beautiful - Hollywood movie star is concerned with his wife's unnatural compulsions and obsessions with UFOs, dolphins, and the paranormal. The actress is convinced that someone, somewhere in space, is calling her. This case leads Ashton Ford into the worlds of dolphins, extraterrestrials, and space-traveling UFOs. It is an awe-inspiring journey through the furthest reaches of time and space and mysteries of the unknown and a look into the ancient population of our very own planet Earth.
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By Brian Allen on 06-09-15
A New Side to Don Pendleton!
What did you like best about this story?
I'm a HUGE Pendleton fan, so I was excited to grab this audiobook. For folks who like The Executioner series, take note: Ashton Ford is a much different character - BUT I *loved* it! This is Don Pendleton's more contemplative and philosophical side, and it's great! It's like getting to know a deeper side of an old friend.
What about James Foster’s performance did you like?
James Foster hits exactly the right tone for this book! His pacing and characterization were perfect for carrying me along through the story. He *was* Ashton Ford, and I felt like I was sitting right there next to him while he told me this crazy story from his life!
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
There's a LOT of surprise humor in this book, that you might miss if you were reading it yourself (at least *I* might!) - but are brought out perfectly by James Foster's performance!
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