The power of being contacted by loved ones from beyond the grave is celebrated in these supernatural stories from around the world. Each tale of reconnection is related in the words of the person who experienced it with thoughts about what they gained from the experience. In one story, each time two sisters quarrel over their late mother's possessions, the sound of phone ringing can be heard even when there is no phone around. In another, a mother returns to her daughter in a dream to provide comfort and relief during trying times. The themes of contacting the living for one last goodbye runs throughout this collection, offering consolation and closure to those who have lost loved ones.
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Ginnie Siena Bivona is the author of Ida Mae Tutweiler and the Traveling Tea Party. She lives in Dallas, Texas. Mitchel Whitington is the author of The Ghosts of North Texas. He lives in Jefferson, Texas.
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