Letters in Time leads a new series of historical fiction mysteries set in St. Michaels on the Maryland Eastern Shore, named in 1,000 Places to See Before You Die by Patricia Schultz.
Emma Chase moves to a quaint Cottage she inherited outside St. Michaels, Maryland. Her plan is to rest and recover from the horrendous car accident that almost took her life. When the movers find an antique plantation desk hidden in the garage, she has it moved into the Cottage. The next morning, a mysterious letter appears dated 1862 and signed by a stranger named Daniel, who declares his love for Emma.
Does she believe in ghosts? Should she respond?
She is forced to act when the police arrive to investigate a murder. Is there a connection to Daniel? Can he save her from a murderer?
Decisions can haunt a person like a ghost across time. Emma Chase discovered it was true when she answered a letter from Daniel dated 1862. Now, she digs into the past again and uncovers complicated family secrets and a truth long thought buried from prying eyes in century-old diaries…but was it?
Her curiosity puts her in the center of a threatening storm as she faces the truth that passion for a person or a cause can pit sister against sister, even husband against wife. Choices made – then and now –ignite red-hot emotions...but can they lead to murder?
A stranger shows up at Emma’s Cottage to steal a valuable Civil War artifact. When he turns up dead on her patio and the police suspect her of murder. She has to prove her innocence, an effort that takes her deeper into TJ’s family history, the world of antique auctions, and respected historians. When the real killer emerges from the shadows, can Emma protect the artifact and save her own life?
A novella to take you back to the Cottage at Waterwood. After witnessing a murder, the police need to know what a child saw, but Rosie has stopped talking. Emma, a former kindergarten teacher, to help. She follows her instincts…but will those instincts save them both from the killer?
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