Diaries in Time by Susan Reiss

A diary is like writing letters to yourself…personal and revealing. Read along as Emma uncovers family secrets hidden since the time of the Civil War. An antique trunk holds clues to a truth long buried… or is it?
Emma discovers how people, then and now, like to follow certain paths in their lives that are sometimes as intricate as patterns for handmade lace… and how they pressure others with advice, especially a sister or a wife. Sometimes that pressure can go too far and lead to murder.

“I thought this book was a wonderful extension to Letters in Time and I enjoyed it very much. ” ARC reader