Grad Paul Ellner publishes fourth book
In Paul Ellner’s newest novel, fictional character Charles Handler and his wife Carole are en route to Epernay, France when they decide to stop off in Geneva, Switzerland to visit the largest high-energy particle accelerator in the world. While in the collider’s tunnel, 574 feet below the surface, a freak accident hurls Charles into an alternate universe. He finds himself in what had been Connecticut, five centuries into the future.
To read more or purchase the book, visit Paul’s website.
Also, check out Paul’s blog on encountering a bear with Guiding Eyes dog Ray.
Paul Ellner is a professor emeritus of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons; he taught microbiology and pathology. Paul lost his sight due to progressive macular degeneration; he came to Guiding Eyes from Connecticut to receive his first guide dog, black Labrador Ray. After serving in the US Navy, Paul was commissioned as a reserve officer in the U.S. Public Health Service. He was assigned to the National Disaster Medical System and organized relief efforts and taught lectures on biological weapons. In addition, he flew search and rescue missions for the Civil Air Patrol. Now 88, Paul is focused on writing fiction and enjoying his retirement through exercise and yoga.