Samantha Wood Wright, author
When, Sabrina is a child, she has a haunting dream about a strange house. Although she moves forward in life, she never forgets the dream. Many years later, fate leads Sabrina, to the old brick house of her dream, only to discover it has just been sold at auction. Determined to solve the mystery of the house, Sabrina, convinces the new owners to let her buy it. She moves in, and soon finds she is sharing her home with a spirit who looks exactly like her. The resident ghost is Sabine Wynter, an abused wife who took refuge in the house after the Civil War. With a psychic’s help she also learns about the rebel who was hung in the barnand is still there. And then there is the greater mystery of the problem grave in the hillside cemetery overlooking the property, and why someone is still placing fresh flowers on Sabine’s grave nearly a hundred years after her death. But what Sabrina does not know is that she is about to unearth, her surprising connection to Sabine Wynter, who is seemingly locked in time. Sabrina/Sabine tells the haunting story of a woman’s journey as she slowly unravels the story behind her new house and reveals her part in a century-old mystery.