Forever Time (Hardcover)
What happens when a town loses its soul? Forever Time is a journey into the paranormal by way of an alternate reality.
After a woman is discovered hanged beneath Harker Covered Bridge in Southern Indiana, and a few days later another woman found drowned in the Anderson River, people in the scenic town of Bristow declare an ancient curse responsible. Investigating authorities have no leads and identities of the two young women remain unknown. The mystery deepens when both bodies disappear shortly after they are recovered.
Bristow is a town in the relentless grip of the supernatural. Investigative reporter Abby Kline realizes that local psychic Becca Mitchell, who is deeply troubled by visions of another time and place, resorts to deception to protect herself from Abby's suspicions. With the help of Sheriff's Deputy Brady Willis and anthropologist Dr. Niles Robey, the pieces of a dark and intricate narrative are slowly revealed. Even after the true identities of the Selwyn sisters are known, Niles continues his love affair with an enigmatic Emme Selwyn. But the secrets Emme conceals are the darkest secrets of all.
What is the purpose of the archaic chamber on Stone Hill and how is it connected to seven monoliths nearby? After spending an eerie night in the Chalk, Dr. Robey sees the miracle of the stones and realizes their astonishing powers. When time is bent, significantly altered, instead of passing from one minute to the next, it becomes possible to pass from one minute to the same minute and from one day to the same day.
Disillusioned, his faith faltering, Elwyn Kipps renounces the church where he served as a deacon for 30 years and declares himself the new messiah called to save the sinners of Harker's Landing. In the great Chalk Ridge Forest, the mysterious spook lights expose the hypocrisy of this counterfeit preacher and reveal a shocking incident hidden since 1847 by the people of Harker's Landing.
Forever Time is a suspenseful paranormal thriller which will keep the reader's attention from its gripping beginning to a poignant and memorable conclusion.