The author of Time Windows "has crafted a fine tale of psychological time travel . . this well-executed story transports readers into the plot" ( School Library Journal , starred review). Seventeen-year-old Molly's recurrent nightmares become waking visions after she nearly drowns at a party. Soon she's witnessing events through the eyes of a girl who lived in her father's house nearly a century before. In Dreadful Sorry "Reiss slips between past and present with a callous alacrity that is wondrously effective; readers will buy into the unfolding revelations while gaining a true sense of Molly's tenuous grip on events . . another fine spellbinder from the author of Time Windows " ( Kirkus Reviews ). "Spooky and satisfying." -- The Bulletin "With its skillful plot twists, the book will have readers anxious to solve the mystery." -- School Library Journal (starred review) "Suspenseful and difficult to put down." -- VOYA.