When a little old lady believes she could be murdered because of long-hidden Nazi secrets, itâ€™s up to the womanâ€™s niece to unravel the mystery, in the riveting new novel Changing Shadows.
Charlotte Bradford works at her fatherâ€™s prestigious art gallery. When she receives a desperate note from her aunt telling her that someone is trying to kill her, Charlotte and her police detective boyfriend investigate her auntâ€™s suspicions. The trail takes the pair to an old decaying Virginia mansion, where clues seem to be hanging on the walls â€¦ or perhaps behind the walls, painting an ominous picture.
The shocking answers to this decades-old mystery lie in revelations that could destroy a distinguished family.
Philip M. Herman realized he wanted to be a writer in his college days. But it was his extensive travels in Europe that fueled his other passions â€“ architecture, history, and art â€“ all of which now come together in his novel, Changing Shadows. Herman, who lives in Flat Rock, North Carolina, has been a docent for several historic houses and plantations. He is working on his next book.