From David Henry’s point of view, everything that was wrong with life in small town America in the 1890’s has been cured by more than a century of progress, while everything that was best about it has been destroyed. David’s assumptions about the past are tested when a mysterious splash of light transforms David’s life, opening a doorway not only to the past but to the love of a young woman named Mary Harrison. The past and present of Noblesville weave happiness and heartache for the two lovers separated by a century but joined in their desire to find some place in time to spend their lives together.
“Meyer turns the pages of history with gentle care and a warm heart, creating a story I’ll remember forever. Thank you Kurt Meyer for opening a door to my beloved town’s past and allowing me to travel the streets and meet the people of Noblesville 1893.”
Susan Crandall, Author of Whistling Past the Graveyard