B. D. Boyle
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About B. D. Boyle
B.D. Boyle was born in Fort Worden, Washington USA. As a child, she could always be found with a book in her hands. From Frances H. Burnett's "The Secret Garden" to Robert Heinlein's "Red Planet," she was a voracious reader. She was a fan of Nancy Drew mysteries, by Carolyn Keene, and of Jack London's animal tales of adventure. Among her favorite books as an adult are "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Bronte, "North and South" by Elizabeth Gaskell, "Harry Potter" by J.K. Rowling, and "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" by William Shirer.
For twenty years, she traveled the world with her Air Force officer husband, Lt. Col. Boyle. Her higher education came from raising eight children anywhere from the castles of Germany and the jungles of the Philiippines to the fjords of Norway and the majesty of the Grand Tetons.
Loving science fiction led Boyle to write the "Timesnatched" time-travel trilogy. Book One is Timesnatched:Pole Star," Book Two is "Timesnatched:Southern Cross," and Book Three, "Timesnatched:Starbourne went LIVE on Amazon in June 2020.
Also on Amazon is, "The Return of Thomas Gunn." She has also published forty years of family history research in "The Dillree Family History."
The Time Extrication System is in the hands of a scrapper army in the bowels of New York City.
Pole Star is in shambles.Southern Cross is no longer an option
.Intergalactic Starship Starbourne is the next hope.
Will it become the land of his death?
In 1855, when Thomas Gunn learns of his father’s untimely death, he strikes out for England half-cocked and ready for a fight. His Indian companion Tobi trails along to keep Thomas from doing something stupid. But, maybe it’s too late—between death threats and a night in Scotland Yard, Thomas begins to realize he may be in way over his head.
High on a Norwegian mountaintop, Annabelle Dibble runs along a trail trying to forget her disappointments. But, her path will lead her to an unexpected friendship, a new time dimension and a challenge which will tax every faculty she possesses.
Meanwhile, Commander Two has his own set of troubles. Security at Pole Star Base has been breached and Federation planes are heading over the Atlantic on a steady course toward Norway, toward the rebel base. Their mission: Destroy the Coalition of Liberty.
Jack looked up and frowned. “It is where I come from.”
The Timesnatcher has kidnapped three teens from the past—Jack and Annabelle, with Nicolas Wycliffe—the inventor of time travel. When the trio refuses to join an evil dictator, they face certain extermination. But, the Coalition of Liberty intervenes with a dynamic rescue to Pole Star, Coalition headquarters, where Annabelle discovers the deep and hidden talents for which she was kidnapped. But, the Timesnatcher strikes again and has impossibly intertwined the teens’ time trails into the fabric of the past, present and future. It will take the wits of all three young people to unravel the intricate time paradox; but, with Nicolas’s inventions at hand to bend time and space, they might just pull it off.