Remembering Dresden (Jack Turner Suspense Series Book 2)
History professor Jack Turner takes a retreat at a secluded lakeside cabin and soon discovers an old, black-and-white photo album and a leather journal handwritten in German. Translating it immediately puts him and his fiancé, Rachel, in mortal danger.
Young history professor, Jack Turner, takes a retreat at a lakeside cabin just outside of Culpepper, Georgia, to work on his doctoral dissertation. The cabin is owned by an ambitious state senator, an inheritance from his father. Inside, everything is exactly the way it was when the old man died ten years ago.
While taking a break from his research, Jack snoops through the father’s books and finds an old photo album filled with black-and-white pictures of orphaned children. Intrigued, he continues searching and finds what appears to be evidence of murder and an old leather journal, handwritten entirely in German. Rachel Cook, Jack’s girlfriend, translates the journal for him. What it reveals instantly puts both of their lives in mortal danger.