Silver Line is a tale in the truest sense of the word, combining American folklore, time travel, and a modern mystery. Jared Sutherland knew nothing of the diary that lay hidden in a quiet corner of Colorado, nor did he know he had a former life. Son of the main character in Tory Roof, he had repressed his extrasensory skills until he met Alexa at St. Clair college. There they accidentally learn they can revert to their former, older selves — a rugged miner and a spirited dance hall girl living in an 1860s Colorado town. Lured by the adventure and heat of romance, they continue to return, becoming heroes in history. In real time, as a journalism student, Jared is consumed by the unsolved Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist which, for 30 years, has remained on ongoing investigation. FBI leads have been exhausted, houses have been raided, but the Dutch Masters remain missing. Determined to find the stolen art, he and Alexa become entangled with a stalker, shady art dealers, and a homeless man who knows a lot. They ultimately discover that clues to the present lie in the past. What happens when a smart, practical, modern woman begins to doubt herself because something unexplainable has occurred? Tory Roof is her story – an account of love and adventure that challenges Sarah Sutherland’s marriage and pits logic against longing. In trying to sell a vintage home, Sarah encounters Terrence, a fiery Revolutionary War agitator who is posing as a Loyalist. Drawn to him physically and emotionally, she slips into her former self, becoming a resister, writer, and soon-to-be mother. Parallel plots unfold in the course of year, interweaving Sarah's contemporary life with true events that took place in 1765. Struggling to reconcile her two realities, and compelled to complete a mission in the past, she turns to a psychiatrist for help but gradually learns that the people around her are not as they seem. As a result, she discovers that her life is in danger in both realms -- and is determined to save herself twice.