Through a series of unexpected encounters and bittersweet reunions, time-traveling private investigator Imogen Oliver must once again navigate her complicated life—sometimes learning the hard way that the present can be as dangerous and unpredictable as the past.
In the exciting sequel to The Time Tourists Imogen's extraordinary ability to time travel through a still photograph leads her to a hiking excursion to Mount St. Helens—pre-eruption 1971; post-WWII Kansas, where curiosity gets the best of her; a mysterious “uninhabited” island; and a New Year’s Eve bash where she learns a hard lesson in the perils of partying in 1920s New York.
Where do I begin? Maybe that I did not want this book to end? Through the vivid descriptions of the author, I felt as though I had been somehow transported from my daily New England commuter train to the Pacific Northwest, right alongside Imogen and her companions. While I was thoroughly impressed with Sharleen Nelson’s debut novel, The Time Tourists, I must admit that I was blown away by The Yesterday Girl! Well done! I am patiently awaiting more Imogen!
— Jenny Gregory
"Time-traveling Imogen returns in a new tale that offers new characters and clever new challenges, but with all the same charm, sense of adventure and excitement that made the first book so much fun. If The Time Tourists sparked your imagination, then you’re in for a fun ride with its sequel."
— David Kopf, author of Tea in Crimea
"Fast-paced and impossible to put down, The Yesterday Girl is brimming with action, mystery, romance, and even some unexpected historical figures—it literally has a little bit of everything. Get ready for a wild ride from start to finish!"
— Cory Huffman
"An intriguing, mysterious, and delightful journey through time The Yesterday Girl is a perfect blend of inclusivity, friendship, family, and love."