The story can now be told.
In 1999, an elite interdisciplinary team headed by Nobel laureate Andrew Danicek gathered in California to carry out a ground-breaking time-travel experiment. While the rest of the world remained unaware, Julius Caesar was successfully transported from the last day of his life to a specially-constructed covert facility. Four days of conversation with historians and Latin scholars were planned, followed by Caesar’s return to the moment from which he was extracted. But despite the team’s meticulous efforts to maintain secrecy and plan for all possible exigencies, a kidnap attempt plunges Caesar into peril. Fully aware that the future of civilization may hang in the balance, one team member must summon strength she didn’t know she possessed to return Caesar to the Ides of March.
The shocking details of Caesar's visit and its effect on subsequent events have been protected by draconian nondisclosure agreements....until now.
Mark has recorded over 500 books for commercial and government
producers, including works by Hemingway, Dostoyevsky, and Dan Brown. He
is a past winner of the AFB Scourby Award for non-fiction narration and
has been nominated for a Torgi Award. Acting credits include The Odd
Couple, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Seven Year Itch, The Nerd,
and Boeing Boeing. He directed and starred in the full-cast audio play
Flesh and Blood for Dark Menace Productions. As a member and head writer
of comedy troupe Those Guys, he has penned a semi-autobiographical play
called "How to Make a Baby."