A newly published book by author, Judith P. Vaughan. This book will stir the children's imagination as they read and try to solve the mystery.
After being lured into a devious trap, eleven years old twins, Samantha and Alex Covington find themselves transported to a parallel world. They appear in the middle of the forest, a dangerous place were Minotaurs and Trolls roam freely. There they discover that they are not the only victims when they are rescued by Lilly, a girl whose life clock has stopped and all of her past memories erased. They are about to have a mystery on their hands, a mystery that is related to their kidnapping. The clock is ticking —Samantha and Alex must hurry and find a way to get back home before their kidnapper finds them first, if not they will suffer the same fate as their new friend, Lilly.
The twins fight against time and risk their lives to get to the only place they can open the portal, and enter the last place they want to be in the house of their kidnapper. The twins are a step closer to solving the mystery, and getting the last clue to set everything right, but what happens next depends on how they decide.
About Judith P. Vaughan
Judith was born in Panama, and her family relocated to the U.S. in the late 70’s. She lived in New York as a teenager, but a few years later her family decided to move again, and this time they headed to Houston, Texas, and that is where Judith has set her roots. She chose to make a living working as a legal assistant and has been doing so for over twenty years, but during this time she felt that something was missing, that she needed to follow her dreams. In 2008, Judith rediscovered her love for writing, and took pen and paper and started to come up with creative ideas for a book, since then it has been an incredible journey learning the craft of writing.
Judith is a single mother of three boys, Jonathan, Justin and Jason, and recently became the proud grandmother of a beautiful baby girl. She lives in Houston with her two younger sons, and their two rescued dogs.
See her website at http://judithpvaughan.com/.