Shimmer of Time Series

Curiosity never hurt anyone, right?

Book 1:  When Jim ditches his little sister to search for a haunted cabin, he gets time-traveled nearly 200 years into the past – right into the middle of a swindler’s cover-up. The criminals have murder on their minds now, but Jim is trapped in time.

Hannah’s life of family and farm chores is turned upside down when a boy in strange clothes suddenly appears in the old trapper’s cabin.  Should she believe his wild tale?  And how much will she risk to solve the mystery of a friend’s death?

Jim and Hannah struggle to unmask a thief and solve a murder, but it will take all their courage and wits, plus the rocket motors in Jim’s pocket, just to stay alive.

“[Like] the Magic Tree House, but for a ‘tween’ audience and with more adventure, excitement and suspense.” Amazon review

To read an excerpt of Through the Shimmer of Timeclick here.

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What would you risk to save a life?

Book 2:  Jim’s fall break is supposed to be relaxing, not take him time-traveling again. And then he discovers something awful that will change his friend Hannah’s life back in 1838.

Hannah Cooper has more than enough trouble. It’s bad enough that she has to do the heavy farm chores while her father is helping build a canal. It’s worse that she’s hiding a secret friendship with a poor Irish girl.

When Jim shows up, he can’t tell her the truth: that Hannah’s father – an ancestor of his – is about to die in a fire. What can he do but stay close to Mr. Cooper and try to prevent the fire?

Jim braves bone-chilling cold, giant draft horses, and rising tension between townsfolk and Irish immigrants. But all his efforts might be for nothing when someone else goes missing.

What’s more important: the past or the future?

“…when you start to read it, you just can’t put it down.” Amazon reviewer

To read an excerpt of RESCUE Through the Shimmer of Timeclick here.

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