What if you met someone from ten years in your future? What would you ask them? What if you met someone from ten years in your past? What would you tell them? What if there was a place where people from different points in time could meet and talk? What would you do after leaving such a place, with knowledge of the future or knowledge of the past? Of course, such a place should be clean and comfortable and offer great food and coffee. On a lonely stretch of Route One in central Florida, with nothing but sand, cement and palm trees, is a place that few will ever see, a place called the Second Hand Diner. The diner is run by a kindly southern gentleman named Atticus who loves people, loves to cook and has a way of making you feel at ease. He also seems to know a lot more than he lets on. Come along as two men stumble upon this place. Mike Avery is a homicide detective at the end of his career, chasing one last killer, the most brutal and horrific he has ever dealt with. A killer that has a way with women and blends right in at Florida's singles' bars. Peter Cruse is a used car dealer running from a troubled past, and hoping to finally make his fortune on Florida's Treasure Coast. This unlikely pair could change everything...if they can learn to get along.