Popular author Jim Walker packs his Mysteries in Time series with romance, adventure, and the encompassing power of God's love. In Murder at Gettysburg, a Mennonite schoolteacher seeks justice for one man's death, while the chaos and brutality of the Civil War swirl around her. Twenty-six-year-old April Wolff doesn't fit in with her Pennsylvania neighbors: she would rather teach women and slaves than get married. So when her pacifist father is found murdered in cold blood, and a Confederate general is seen leaving the scene, she vows to find the killer herself. As April's search leads her through enemy camps, she survives attempts on her own life--and discovers help and love where she least expects them. Multi-talented Jim Walker writes books in a variety of genres, holds a Master of Divinity degree, and speaks at conferences around the world. Ed Sala's dramatic narration underscores all the excitement and danger of a woman's search for the truth.