“What the Soul Suspects”
Can a soul hover after passing on? Can a person be unaware of her own death? Journalist Christine Christian had always been a pragmatist. Not even her own persistent intuitions could compete with her commitment to logic and to empirical proof. In fact, thatâ€™s what had gotten her into to trouble in the first place. Of course, that very quality had also gotten her â€śthe storyâ€ť time and again, making her an award-winning reporter, a freelancer whoâ€™d managed to write her way into a respected series of television reports acclaimed by her peers and watched by millions of dedicated viewers. She always knew it was risky to ignore those pesky â€śfeelingsâ€ť of her. She ignored them one time too many. Or did she? Is it rally too late to reverse her decision? Can she at least warn others? Come hell or high waterâ€”and it looks like sheâ€™s facing down bothâ€”sheâ€™s still determined to finish her story, even if thereâ€™s only one person left who can hear what she has to sayâ€”investigator Senior Deputy Delmar Johnson. Will he listen? Will he allow his own thinking to exceed the bounds of reality as heâ€™s always known it? Will he help Chris prove thereâ€™s more to life than what meets the eye? Though the story stands alone, it also extends the Milford-Haven Stories, part of the Milford-Haven Saga, the critically acclaimed, best-selling, multiple-award-winning series. Based on Purlâ€™s BBC Radio drama Milford-Haven U.S.A.