America’s bloodiest war. A heroic Civil War nurse with dangerous secrets. And the secret-keeper’s great great great granddaughter, determined to unlock the past. Magazine editor, amateur sleuth, and know-it-all Maggie Fiori is back. A package arrives with a double-frame photograph revealing a mysterious 19th-century woman, a dead ringer for Maggie. The unnamed woman is seated confidently on a handsome Tennessee Walker, and as Maggie brings the photo closer, she feels an immediate kinship with the woman whose fearless gaze seems to see right into her soul. The package, postmarked Oxford, Mississippi, is a gift from Maggie’s maternal uncle and aunt, Beau and Phoebe. Beau, the family genealogist, is anything but forthcoming about Maggie’s doppelganger. “Best if you discover for yourself,” he tells Maggie. In a tale that takes Maggie from the Civil War era to the present, we are reminded that love lies down with danger — and courage is the answer to every question.