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Harriet Innes began writing her debut novel, The Chronograph, while living in Silicon Valley, California.
Before finding her calling as an author, Harriet pursued a career in the high-tech industry which took her around the world. At the same time, she never forgot her creative passions, training as an actress, singer, and voiceover artist, and playing piano and flute, before finding her bliss in writing. The Chronograph emerged from a poem she wrote as a creative challenge, which ignited the desire to write "a good old-fashioned adventure story" of good versus evil - which also explores her fascination with the mechanics of time.
Harriet now lives in the United Kingdom where she writes from her home in the north of England.
Life couldn't be worse for Lorna Lomax. Dumped by her loser boyfriend on the eve of her sixteenth birthday, and at odds with her family and the stepfather she despises, Lorna has never felt more isolated.
Then her dead father's old Chronograph turns out to be a powerful instrument of time, and Lorna is catapulted into the Past to embark on a vital mission; to return the Chronograph to the Court of Time itself. Accompanied by Sebastian, a child of the Past, and Patrick, a mysterious youth from the Future, it should be a simple enough quest; except the evil Keeper of the Hours is in hot pursuit, while Patrick seems intent on accomplishing a mission of his own.
Still worse, the Guardian of the Future is missing, leaving the prospect of nothing but barren emptiness as the Present Age ends. With the fabric of Time beginning to fray, the Three are soon faced with a battle to save not only the Chronograph, but Time itself -- and nobody's identity is quite what it seems....
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