When Sara McKenzie inherits a farm in the middle of nowhere, little does she imagine that such a peaceful place could hold so much excitement. From earth shattering noises and cold-air gusts to moans in the night and chilling experiences, Sara encounters things both seen and imagined. Along with her canine companions and new friends met at the small community store, Sara embarks on a journey to understand the history and background of the home but instead finds she is not the only one interested in Elizabeth’s Place. Mysteries abound for Sara as she settles into her new home, but the greatest is the man who calls himself William.
Author Mia Capley has been an avid writer for most of her life, having decided as an elementary student that reading could take you anywhere as long as the imagination could dream it. A former newspaper and magazine writer and editor, she has authored several history books about her hometown and county. As a mother of three, she often wrote children stories for them, hoping that one day, these too will be published. Mia lives on the coast in Alabama, and except for a small period of time, including her tenure at Ole Miss where she majored in political science and journalism, Mia lived on a farm in Tennessee that has been in the family for generations. Mia loves writing, reading, dogs, and horses but is happiest when enjoying the beach with her husband and playing with her three grandsons Andrew, Grayson, and Ethan.