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Sylvia Myer, MD Somewhere Sometime

Author: Coffey, John Set In . . .
 Europe, England, London
Genre: Historical Fiction
Time Frame: 1800s
Published: 2016
Description:          In June 2016 Sylvia Myer is leaving # 91 Gower St in London
In June 1800 Sam Bullen is arriving at #91 from India

They meet - in Sam's time - on the steps to the house. They speak a few words and each thinks the other inappropriate in manner and in dress. 
Sam enters the house,  while Sylvia walks away towards Sam's strange London 1800

'Sylvia Myer MD'
               is a literary fiction and a romance.
It is about London in 1800 and two Londoners - Sam Bullen and Sylvia Myer - born in the same country but born two centuries apart.
They meet in June 1800 on the doorstep of #29 Gower St. London.
Sam - a trader in 1800 - is arriving from India after many profitable years there and a nightmare journey home.
Sylvia - a medical doctor - is arriving from June 2016 - an unaware victim of rare and random Time Travel.
They share a few testy words then Sam goes into his home and Sylvia goes off into a strange and alien London.
Her world is gone. She is alone and destitute. The people in this new world are similar but different. The buildings, the streets, the traffic, the clothes are all similar yet different. Fortunately the language is the same - sort of.
Yet, strange and frightening as it all is, it is also intriguing.
 Sylvia is not weak. She is a modern 2018 woman. She explores; She talks to people. She gets a home, a job, friends, and the interest of intelligent strangers. She just does not mention Time Travel.
But the psychology of her loss is devastating to her.
Sam does not forget her; in fact he is soon off looking for her.
Sam and Sylvia are intelligent people. Their London is a rich and complex town of a new Middle Class evolving a new culture.
This novel is a story of that London and of how Sylvia and Sam accept each other and become part of it.
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