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Nobody Knows (Overhome Trilogy Book 3)

4.58  ·  Rating details ·  12 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
With a successful writing career and blissful marriage, Ashby Overton is fulfilled and content at historic Overhome Estate in Southern Virginia until a stranger walks into her life. The arrival of Professor Ellis O. Grady coincides with a violent and bizarre turbulence emanating from the dark world of Overhome's ancient spirits.

As paranormal events build into chaos, Ashby
Kindle Edition, 191 pages
Published October 14th 2016 by The Wild Rose Press, Inc
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Kara O'Neal
Oct 11, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Nobody Knows was a wonderful story filled with intrigue and mystery. Ellis Grady is searching for his roots, which leads him to Ashby and Overhome Plantation. With the help of historical artifacts, journal entries and ghostly shenanigans, Ellis and Ashby are able to uncover a story of the courage and will of the human heart.

The setting is ethereal, beautiful and eerie all at the same time. I loved the scenes that took place at Jared Chapel. I could feel the action. It was as if I was right there
Barbara Edwards
Oct 14, 2016 rated it really liked it
Definitely a four star story. Susan Coryell has written another fascinating and complicated plot.
A successful author, Ashby Overton is thrust into turbulent memories from the Civil War from former plantation slaves. Susan Coryell takes her heroine from a happy life at Overhome Estate in Southern Virginia into dark secrets from that war-torn era.
When Professor Ellis O. Grady produces items that indicate his claim to be an Overton, Ashby’s sixth sense is aroused. She is drawn to the abandoned Chap
Jacqueline Seewald
Oct 14, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Susan Coryell has provided NOBODY KNOWS with wonderful descriptions and an authentic sense of history. The third novel in this paranormal series is also set at Overhome Estate in Virginia. Ashby Overton is the heroine, telling her story from a first person viewpoint. Ashby is psychic, a sensitive aware of the spirits that reside at the estate. She is now happily married to Luke who is a veterinarian working with large animals such as horses.

When African American sociology professor Dr. Ellis O.
Oct 13, 2016 rated it it was amazing
The third and final installment in the Overhome trilogy, Nobody Knows introduces even more history and intrigue as we follow the life of Ashby Overton, a young, newly married writer whose sixth sense walks a fine line between this world and that of her ancestors. As the family has grown up around the historic Virginia Overhome estate, so, too, has their awareness of the tangled web of murder, deceit, and excommunication that preceded them. As with the past two Overhome books, Nobody Knows provid ...more
M.J. Schiller
Oct 20, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed this book! I love Civil War stories and I was intrigued by the unique angle taken by this book, in exploring slaves' points of views. And Susan Coryell is a master of description. She paints the picture so well you feel the chill creeping up your arms in the graveyard, and hear the ominous noises like they are coming from your own walls. The way she tied in various spirituals was again, unique, and interesting. As an author myself, I really admire the lengths Susan Coryell took ...more
Diane Burton
Oct 14, 2016 rated it really liked it
Why would the arrival of a professor interested in his genealogy cause ghosts to fly into a fury? What’s the connection between him, a slave-built chapel, and an overseer’s cottage? It’s up to Ashby Overton to solve the mystery and help the spirits of former slaves find rest.

Susan Coryell combines past and present in a fascinating but painful reminder of a terrible time in America’s history. This story is rich in history but doesn’t get bogged down in detail. Since this is the third in a series,
Pauline Sarasin
Dec 27, 2016 rated it it was amazing
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I loved everything about this book. I'm sad that now I have read all 3 books. What do I read now?
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As a free-lance writer, Susan has written for magazines, newspapers, chambers of commerce and professional journals. She also writes for several organizations at Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia, where she and her husband live. She is a member of Authors Guild, Virginia Writers and Smith Mountain Lake Writers.
A career educator, Susan has taught students from 7th grade through college-level. She has a