Time Exposure

By Lynne Kennedy

Crime & mystery, Historical fiction | Paperback, eBook


In present-day Washington D.C., renowned digital photographer Maggie Thornhill discovers a mummified corpse in her basement. She believes it to be her ancestor, famed Civil War photographer, Joseph Thornhill. In Washington City, 1860, Joseph becomes a spy for the U.S. Secret Service, and uncovers a series of murders related to arms profiteering and treason. As he tracks the man he believes to be the killer — a mysterious civilian he has photographed on the battlefield — Joseph is wounded, captured and tortured by Confederates. He escapes, brings the proof to Lincoln, but the President is assassinated before he can act. Through Joseph’s diary and photographs, Maggie links the arms company with one still in business today. What she learns about the elusive civilian and his role in the death of Lincoln and many others, will change history as we know it...


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In present-day Washington D.C., renowned digital photographer Maggie Thornhill discovers a mummified corpse in her basement. She believes it to be her ancestor, famed Civil War photographer, Joseph Thornhill. In Washington City, 1860, Joseph becomes a spy for the U.S. Secret Service, and uncovers a series of murders related to arms profiteering and treason. As he tracks the man he believes to be the killer — a mysterious civilian he has photographed on the battlefield — Joseph is wounded, captured and tortured by Confederates. He escapes, brings the proof to Lincoln, but the President is assassinated before he can act. Through Joseph’s diary and photographs, Maggie links the arms company with one still in business today. What she learns about the elusive civilian and his role in the ...


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With a Master’s Degree in Science and more than 28 years as a science museum director, Lynne Kennedy has had the opportunity to study history and forensic science, both of which play significant roles her novels. She has written four historical mysteries, each solved by modern technology. The Triangle Murders (formerly called Tenement) was a finalist in St Martin’s Malice Domestic Competition, 2011 and Winner of the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers Mystery Category, 2011. The Triangle Murders also won a B.R.A.G. Medallion Award for best Indie Mystery in 2012 and Deadly Provenance won the B.R.A.G. for 2014. Her next book, Pure Lies, is a quarter-finalist in Amazon’s breakthrough novel award. She blogs regularly and has many loyal mystery writer and reader fans. Visit her website at www.lynnekennedymysteries.com


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With a Master’s Degree in Science and more than 28 years as a science museum director, Lynne Kennedy has had the opportunity to study history and forensic science, both of which play significant roles her novels. She has written four historical mysteries, each solved by modern technology. The Triangle Murders (formerly called Tenement) was a finalist in St Martin’s Malice Domestic Competition,...


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