John A. Heldt continues a fascinating thread of time-traveling stories with Hannah's Moon. When modern science and beaurocracy fail to fulfill a young couple's hopes and dreams of having a child, where can they look for a miracle? In the past. Claire Rasmussen, a relative to the intrepid Bell family of Indiana is contacted by her uncle, Professor Geoffrey Bell with an incredible proposition. The chance to travel to a place where she and husband Ron can adopt a baby within a matter of weeks rather than years. The tricky part is not where, but when.
Living even temporarily in a war-time era seems risky enough, but things become much more complicated when one of the travelers faces criminal charges and the only way out is to join the cause and fight for his country in a bygone conflict to which the disastrous outcome is already known.
In a previous book to this series, Indiana Belle, readers learn how Professor Bell's unorthodox travel agency works, and that the risks can be mitigated with proper planning. However, we all know what's been said about 'best laid plans.' Hannah's Moon is every bit as entertaining and gripping as its predecessor, and a highly recommended use of your reading "time." Don't miss it!
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