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Lori Roberts is an educator, historian, author, and presenter for historical events and workshops. She has taught for twenty-seven years. Currently, Lori teaches United States History at the Middle School level. She presents the personas of Mrs. General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson (Mary Anna Morrison Jackson), as well as Corrie Ten Boom, Concentration Camp survivor, the 1st First Lady of Indiana, Ann Gilmore Hay Jennings, and First Lady Martha Washington.
Ms. Roberts is an author of historical fiction and paranormal/mystery, having four titles published. LOST LETTERS and WILLOW are available through major book sellers in both the United States and abroad and through Warren Publishing Company.
CRIES IN THE NIGHT is available through major book sellers and through Canterbury House Publishing. Lori’s books are also available through her website. She is currently writing her fifth book, THIS DARK AND BLOODY GROUND, which will be available in 2019.
Lori lives in rural southern Indiana with her husband. She has three grown children and eight grandchildren. She loves hearing from her readers and may be reached...
Carly and Austin Tabor relocate from the Mile High City of Denver to the Lowcountry of Charleston. Purchasing a diamond-in-the-rough home on historic King Street, they set forth to restore it to its original southern charm. Soon they encounter unexplained noises and a trio of spirits that make Carly’s life miserable. Austin seeks a more rational explanation.