Settling in for a routine day at the office in 1989, high school memories are the furthest thing from David Miller's mind. But when an unexpected phone call interrupts the personal injury lawyer's midafteron slump, he is surprised to hear from Michael Eisenberg-a former debate partner who went on to become the US Attorney for the Northern District of Illiis. But Michael isn't just calling to chat. He's working with the FBI on a high-stakes case: investigating the disappearance of a revolutionary government scientist-one whose bio-evolutionary research could turn Darwinism on its ear, and pose a threat to national security. The main suspect? Cult leader Philip Montgomery, who happens to have a strong connection to David's past. If David hopes to help crack the case, the attorney has to delve into a sea of old memories, revisiting people and places left behind long ago. One such person is former best friend Benny Friedman, who has clearly gone off the deep end. Obsessed with the JFK assassination, he insists he has evidence that Oswald wasn't acting alone. But as David's old memories continue to surface, a startling deception comes to light-uncovering the truth in a most unexpected way.
Larry Kaplan has been a practicing trial attorney since 1975. He is the author of Complex Federal Litigation, as well as two fiction novels: A Colony of Eves and When the Past Came Calling. Kaplan is a married father of four, with a fascination for midsixties pop culture and politics. Along with his experience as a trial attorney, being a teenager in the sixties was a major inspiration for his latest novel- When the Past Came Calling, about an attorney protagonist searching through past memories for clues to help solve a shocking deception.