A new Alex Benedict novel from "a master of describing otherworldly grandeur" (Denver Post).
Forty-one years ago, the renowned physicist Chris Robin vanished. Before his disappearance, his fringe-science theories about the existence of endless alternate universes had earned him both admirers and enemies. Alex Benedict and Chase Kolpath discover that Robin had several interstellar yachts flown far outside the planetary system, where they too vanished. And following Robin's trail into the unknown puts Benedict and Kolpath in danger.
Very annoying reader
I really do like McDevitt's work. BUT. This reader ruins it by putting wholey inapprpriate emphasis on the last word of EVERY sentence that is not part of what a character says. Reminds me of listening to Count Chocula commercials. What is Villa NUVA. Isn't that supposed to be Villa New AY VA? The reader really sounds like the current batch of news casters trying to make us feel all warm and fuzzy about the time. to wit: it's five o CLOCK.