Deborah Heal

Biography

Deborah Heal, the author of the Time and Again "history mystery" series, was born not far from the setting of her book Every Hill and Mountain and grew up “just down the road” from the setting of Time and Again and Unclaimed Legacy. Today she lives with her husband in Monroe County, Illinois, where she enjoys reading, gardening, and learning about regional history. She has three grown children, three grandchildren (and another on the way), and two canine buddies Digger and Scout (a.k.a. Dr. Bob). She loves to interact with her readers, who may learn more about the history behind the books at her website and Facebook author page.

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Books

Time and Again
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 55,110. Language: English. Published: April 28, 2013. Category: Fiction » Christian » Fantasy
(4.50 from 2 reviews)
Abby thinks tutoring a “disadvantaged adolescent” as her college service project will be a snap.But the girl has been closed down ever since her parents’ divorce, especially since she was forced to move to a dilapidated old house. But then their crazy computer program invites them to “Take a Virtual Tour"…a tour of the past when the house was new and a girl named Charlotte Miles lived there.
Unclaimed Legacy
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 72,220. Language: English. Published: April 27, 2013. Category: Fiction » Christian » Fantasy
(4.00 from 1 review)
Abby's time-surfing software comes in handy when she agrees to help the "Old Dears" next door with their family tree. Except Abby and her friends learn more about one of the ladies’ ancestors than they ever wanted to know. Convicted in 1871 of murder and arson, Reuben Buchanan is a blight on the family name . But was he really guilty? They must get inside the mind of a murderer to find out.
Every Hill and Mountain
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 69,930. Language: English. Published: April 26, 2013. Category: Fiction » Christian » Fantasy
Abby’s weird computer program lets her fast-forward and rewind life. Not her own, of course, but those of the people who used to live in old houses. “I call it time-surfing,” Abby explained. “It’s like being there only better.” She agrees to use the program to help her friend Kate find her ancestor Ned Greenfield, born at a place called Hickory Hill, built from the sweat of slaves.

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