“I still love you, Hannah, so I want you to die in peace,” Clint whispered in her ear. «I just want you to know, your children won’t feel a thing. I’ll take good care of them.”
“Hannah turned back briefly, locked eyes with him. “Not if I get there first.”
Clint said something obscene. The gun fired again. Her body spasmed. Her last breath left like a noisy bird, but she was far away at sea and it did not matter.
Hannah Whitmire's body may lie on the forest floor a hundred miles from home, but her spirit is upright and determined. She must get to her children before the murderer does. The question is—how? She can’t drive and the living—most of them at least—can’t hear her. Hannah is on her own.
Or is she?
Bright is more than just a ghost story--it's about love, forgiveness, and courage. It's about the people who Hannah affects along the way, the young detective trying to find her killer, and her children's dawning realization that their mother was so much more than they imagined her to be.
If you love supernatural thrillers that touch the heart, pick up Bright today!