CRASHED, SHOT DOWN, BURNING, SPIRALLING, FAILED...
In a near-future, strangely altered world, Tiffany has been resurrected. Twice. Vaguely she can remember how she died, and her shattered mind and body are proof of the trauma she has suffered. Now in a rehab centre on the California coast, she tries to put together the fleeting memories of her previous life.
A chance meeting with two unlikely messengers is about to provide Tiffany with the missing pieces she needs to complete the story of her 'life before death'. But it is a story that can have many possible endings. And in another world a mother is coming to terms with the loss of her daughter. A daughter who, unbeknown to her, may still be alive, somewhere...
Freezeframes, Katharine Kerr's latest venture into the science fiction genre, brings together stories that are as fantastic as they are bizarre. Together they create a collection of Kerr's most deeply felt and richly imagined works to date.
Katharine Kerr was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1944 to a family which considered itself British-in-exile far more than American. In 1962, she moved to the San Francisco Bay Area, and has lived there ever since.
In 1979 a friend gave Katherine her first fantasy role-playing game. She became so intrigued with gaming and with the fantasy field that she began writing articles for gaming magazines, and for some time was a contributing editor to ‘Dragon’ magazine, as well as devising gaming modules. Now, however, she is devoting herself exclusively to fiction.