Back to Tomorrow is a time travel, as perhaps the title implies. It is also a 'western' and this one, unlike The Man in Black, really does feature Tombstone and Bisbee, two active mining towns in the late 1800s. The core of the idea came from a Hallmark made for TV movie, The Love Letter. In it a letter found in an old desk by a modern person builds a bridge to the past. In Back to Tomorrow, a journal left in an old trunk serves that purpose. You can find the book at http://www.amberquill.com/store/p/40-Back-To-Tomorrow.aspx
At 95K it is thus far the longest of my novels but I think it reads fast although the prose is deliberately fashioned in a voice and tone reminiscent of the era in which Zach lives and Emily finds herself early in the tale. I love the Victorian English but I hope it isn't too dated for modern readers. Still, I am almost a stickler for authenticity and did my best to be historically accurate except for the fact that in 1889, Nellie Cashman had actually left Tombstone. She's the only real character I feature as I very deliberately stayed away from the Earps, Clantons and their ilk!
Here is the blurb and the cover.