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Those who have read Time and Again and Unclaimed Legacy know that Abby Thomas is a college student on a summer service project. And they know that the summer is not going the way Abby had expected—but in a good way. For one thing, she meets a very nice guy named John Roberts and for another, she discovers a strange computer program that 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.”
Abby and John agree to use the program to help her friend Kate find her ancestor Ned Greenfield, born at a place called Hickory Hill in tiny Equality, Illinois. The mayor, police chief, and townspeople seem determined to keep them away. Of course, this doesn’t stop Abby and her friends from searching until they find Hickory Hill and the mansion by the same name that stands in lonely isolation upon it. Hickory Hill was built in 1834 with blood-tainted money from the Half Moon Salt Mine, and time-surfing on the third floor is almost too much for them to bear. What they learn sends them racing to Chicago to find the missing link in Kate’s family tree. And there they are reminded that God is in the business of redemption—that one day he’ll make all things new.
Every Hill and Mountain stands alone quite well. But you may want to read the other two books first to find out where it all started.