This dynamic detective novel takes readers on a time travel journey that goes from a moonstone to ghosts, and ultimately, to love. When a writer finds a link allowing her to travel in time, she discovers the answer to many things, including how to win the lottery. But she also uncovers a shocking revelation that will shake her world. The story unfolds as the writer must find her own way to handle a strange situation she has found herself in, as well as the consequences.
Different themed stories follow, which readers will find both absorbing and magical, much like the moonstone itself.
About the Author: Violet Apted’s mother used to say she was born with a pen in her hand. She grew up during World War II in Ashford Kent, UK. Then it was a quaint little market town steeped in history. Now it is the main train link to France by the Channel Tunnel. A retired teacher, the author lives in Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia. This is her fifth book.
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MOONSTONE MAGIC: A BOOK OF SHORT STORIES BY VIOLET APTED (Kindle ISBN: 978-1-63135-
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