Paranormal investigative writer Aileen Whitney doesn't really believe in ghosts--until the day she is struck by lightning at Rose Wood Plantation. Awakening with the ability to perceive what normally can't be sensed, she encounters the spirit of fourteen-year-old Emma Gage, who disappeared from Rose Wood in 1919. She soon becomes aware that Emma is not resting and doesn't plan on letting her rest either unless she finds out what happened to her on that long-ago day. When Aileen finally unearths the truth behind Emma's disappearance, she uncovers a terrible betrayal in her own life and realizes that nothing is what it seems.
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In 1919, fourteen-year-old Emma Gage disappeared from her home in Andersonville, South Carolina, never to be seen again. Ninety-one years later, Aileen Whitney, on assignment for Southern Aurora magazine, stumbles onto the nearly forgotten mystery when she is struck by lightning at Rose Wood Plantation, where the girl once lived. She soon becomes aware that Emma isn't resting and isn't going to let her rest either until she finds out what happened on that long-ago day. As she finally begins to unearth the truth behind Emma's disappearance, she discovers a terrible betrayal in her own life and realizes that nothing is what it seems.About the Author:
Sharon Mikeworth was born and raised in South Carolina, where she still lives with her husband and children. After graduating from college, she worked as a computer programmer, instructor, and tutor. She began writing her first novel, Rose Wood, while visiting an authentic Southern plantation. She now divides her time between her family and her writing.
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Book Description Sharon Mikeworth, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0615725767