Just released: Jordan’s Shadow!
A mystery spanning two generations. A mind-bending journey to solve it…
In 1984, seventeen-year-old Rose and her fiancé discover an injured girl with no memory. The girl, Jordan, is in Rose’s life for a brief time but leaves her world shattered. Twenty-five years later, Rose sees with horror that as her daughter Ginny grows up, she grows more and more like Jordan, the girl who’s been dead many years. Is Rose insane? Is there a ghost in her house? Or is the demon in Rose’s past, forcing her to confront what happened on that horrible day in 1984 when Jordan died?
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In Grant’s debut novel, a young woman’s fascination with a Hollywood star affects her life in ways she never could have imagined…This complex story is told in lush, heated prose (“Heaven is as tangible as the taste of a juicy peach on a hot day, as easy and close as stepping out the school door and into another world at recess”), with a clear underpinning of Christian ethics… A passionate, well-wrought mystery by a Christian novelist to watch. ~Kirkus Reviews
Robin Johns Grant’s Summer’s Winter is the most inventive take on fan fiction I can imagine — because it’s a romance-thriller about fandoms, especially if not explicitly the Harry Potter fandom, and explores the important intersection of literature, spirituality, and imagination. Delightful! ~John Granger, the HogwartsProfessor, author of The Deathly Hallows Lectures
The twists and turns in Summer’s Winter kept me reading into the night…I couldn’t wait to reach the end! Robin Johns Grant’s Summer’s Winter is a heartwarming read in which good and evil collide. I loved it! ~Nancy Grace, HLN host and author of The Eleventh Victim
Part murder mystery, part Hollywood dream-world and part thought-provoking Southern lit, Summer’s Winter takes the reader on a romantic ride, filled with movie-star moments that plummet into hair-raising hairpin twists and turns. Jeanine and Jamie’s relationship crackles with sparring, spirituality and suspense, leading to an ending worthy of your favorite Hollywood finale. ~Elizabeth Musser, author of The Swan House and The Sweetest Thing