Mystery,  Suspense,  Thriller

Earthbound: The Valiant Chronicles

By: Val Tobin

What if you could attend your own funeral?

Jayden McQueen’s day begins when she wakes up dead. But that’s the least of her worries. Turns out, she’s a murder victim, and nobody knows it but her.

Who killed her? Why? How?

In her quest to find answers, Jayden sets in motion events that propel humanity towards a future already written. But just because events appear inevitable doesn’t mean you shouldn’t fight them. Does it?

5 stars

Love, Determination, Acceptance, and letting go…

  • by Anne Francis Scott (July 24, 2017)

Some of us often wonder about the road we’ll take into the afterlife, hoping to see loved ones, friends, and pets that have passed on. But do we ever consider the emotional struggle of choosing between transitioning to the next stage and leaving our families behind?

Worried about her son and daughter getting through the days alone, a dead woman refuses to cut her earthly ties. Concern soon turns to desperation when she discovers she was murdered, and that her children, and a co-worker, may be next on the killer’s list. With the sometimes-reluctant help of a deceased relative, who remains earthbound for reasons of his own, she finds herself in a war against time to stop the lethal threat.

Heartwarming moments, sad moments, frustrations, and even a bit of humor make up this unique mystery told from the dead’s point of view. Earthbound by Val Tobin will give you a pondering look into the soul—the core of who and what we are that continues long after the body ceases to exist. A wonderful story of love, determination, acceptance, and letting go. Well worth your time to read this one.

An American, Multi-Genre author of Paranormal, Criminal Suspense, Police Procedural and Romance novels. Melanie's uses her education and experience to make her stories exciting, action-packed and gripping. In addition to writing, she also loves to read.

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