Split Time Fiction News – January 30, 2021

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An exciting new split time series!

Step into the Past

 

Visit historic American landmarks through the
Doors to the Past series. History and today collide in stories full of mystery, intrigue, faith, and romance.

The Lady in Residence

 

by Allison Pittman

Can New Love Bring Peace to a Restless Spirit?

February 3, 2021

In 1915, young widow Hedda Krause checks into the Menger Hotel with a trunk full of dresses, a case full of jewels, and enough cash to pay for a two-month stay, which she hopes will be long enough to find a new rich husband. Her plans are derailed when a ghostly apparition lures her into a long, dark hallway, and Hedda returns to her room to find her precious jewelry has been stolen.

In 2017, Dini Blackstone gives ghost walk tours in San Antonio. Her favorite is the tale of Hedda Krause who, in Dina’s estimation, perpetrated the world’s longest con, dying old and wealthy. But then Dini meets Quinn Carmichael, great-great-grandson of the detective who originally investigated Hedda’s case, who’s come to the Alamo City with a box full of clues that might lead to Hedda’s exoneration. Can Dini see another side of the story that is worthy of God’s grace?

Other Titles in the Series

1913

1850s-1930s

1920s

Which of these books intrigue you the most?

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