Author: Dorothy K. MorrisISBN 978-1-60264-434-2 (softcover)
ISBN 978-1-62137-213-4 (eBook)
The start and finish; the beginning and the end; birth and death; it is not these that matter most. It is "The Time In Between." In this, the fourth book in what has become the acclaimed Mockingbird Hill Series, we meet old friends and new. We see a world that had been torn apart by civil war being burdened again through that evil. We see a love that is willing to let go rather than live in dishonor and to dishonor the love. We find brutality that gives birth to success. Again there is the power of love that transforms timidity into courage. And there is the ultimate tragedy that ushers in the power of redemption. "The Time In Between" will take you from the Low-Country of South Carolina to the shores of England and back again. A host of new characters come to intermingle with our old friends of Mockingbird Hill in this exciting sequel. This book, as the others before it, is a stand-alone book; however, when you read it I am sure that you will wish to go to the first, "Secret Sins of the Mothers," to meet our main characters, whom we have followed so faithfully.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dorothy K. Morris is a native of Charleston, SC, a city some of her forefathers from England and France helped establish in the seventeenth century. She grew up in the Low-Country of South Carolina, steeped in the tradition and pain still felt from the Civil War and segregation. Much traveled, she adopted California as her home and remained for many years. There she wrote the first three books of the series. Now she has relocated to a small ranch in Kennewick, WA, where she lives with her husband, Robert Robinson, two large shepherd dogs, numerous cats and three horses. In addition to writing novels, Dorothy is an accomplished equestrienne and a competition coach/instructor for Combined Training. She is a member of National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, is listed in Who's Who in America, Who's Who in the World, and Who's Who of American Women. She is an excellent dancer and enjoys the outdoors. Morris has two daughters and one grandson.