Saturday, September 6, 2014
Crossover by Judith Eubank
Beauty, romance, suspense: Judith Eubank handles a timeless mystery with a light, sure touch. CROSSOVER evokes the brooding atmosphere of Daphne du Maurier with the wit, intelligence, and sensibility of Dorothy Sayers. As she adapts to British university life, Meredith Blake, a young American scholar, discovers that Edwards Hall is not the same for her as it is for the others. For her, it is full of riddles and reminders of the Victorian family that had once lived there and the tragedy that overtook them. Intrigued by the mystery hidden in the Hall's past, Meredith begins to explore the manor house and becomes increasingly challenged, baffled, and threatened by what she finds there. Something has singled her out, slowly isolating her from the twentieth-century world she knows.
File Size: 562 KB
Print Length: 172 pages
Publisher: Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller (April 1, 2014)
My review: Crossover by Judith Eubank
Crossover is a good time travel mystery. That has a old time feel to the story. Makes you see the country side.
Meredith Blake is a American going to college for a year in England. She is living at Edwards Hall a old manor house dormitory. It is interesting look of how different college life traditions.
While there Meredith starts experiencing things that no one else has seen or felt. She finds herself back in time switching places with Nora a governess. No one can tell them apart. The Mystery is back in the past. I missed how or why they could switch places.
Meredith falls for Peter her tutor Professor who fell in love with the previous American exchange student.
My favorite part was her learning to be a college student and life at living in Edwards Hall. Like Marching together first day of school ect.
It is a light easy read.
I was given this ebook from Net Galley and Open Road Integrated Media and in exchange agreed to give a honest review.