Lost in Time

Author: Clara M. Miller

ISBN 978-1-60264-541-7 (hardcover)
ISBN 978-1-60264-542-4 (softcover)
ISBN 978-1-60264-543-1 (eBook)

346 pages

After their ordeal in the cursed town of Lostwell, Rory, Mawdie and his new-found love, Cassie Corey, return to London. They plan to publish the story of their adventures to what may be a skeptical and even hostile reading public. Cassie's father plans to publish the same articles in his Liberty's Cradle magazine. The magazine is published in Boston, very close to the site of Lostwell. Meantime, Rory's cousin, Jimmy, develops a serious crush on Cassie. Agonizing over the situation, he is unprepared for a letter from an American astrophysicist, Cornell Dirksen. The man works for NASA so it's hard to attribute his story to fancy. His letter reports that he and his son are traveling back in time...physically. As a psychologist, Jimmy is appalled by the man's claims and he wonders if the answer lies not in psychology but in the supernatural. "Lost in Time" will relate the reaction of the public to the revelations of Lostwell. Whether they will believe the story of demon-involvement or not depends on the skill of the journalists. How Jimmy deals with the issue of time-travel will affect many and change most.


The author was born in Buffalo, New York. In 1970 she and her family moved to a haunted house in southern New York State. The house became the subject of her first book, "Echoes of a Haunting" and a re-issue of the book titled "Echoes of a Haunting Revisited." The experience precipitated a move west to California in 1975 where she worked for the City of Santa Clara until 1990. In December of that year she retired to the central Oregon coastal community of Florence with her mother, Ann. Their dog "Dear" Abby serves as their guardian angel. Their family also includes three cats: Keely, Little Bits and Duncan. Duncan still thinks he's a kitten and has graduated to manipulating laptop displays and climbing up to the roof.

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