The greatest challenge for Grace Cummings will be to solve her own murder.
On a crisp autumn morning in 1959 Grace watched in horrified silence as her husband's experimental jet exploded in a blinding flash. She frantically scanned the horizon for the white bloom of his parachute. It never appeared. Reggie had perished before her eyes.
Two years later she'd uncovered enough evidence to prove the crash was no accident; the jet engine had been rigged to fail. Her investigations, however, had not gone unnoticed.
A shadowy figure emerged from the darkness and attacked, leving Grace for dead, her had coming to rest on the bumper of her beloved 1957 Thunderbird. She would remain here until life slipped silently away.
...but death is not always thorough...
Her life force becomes fused with the car; an element, a component. It becomes her sheet metal prison, and all that venture near will know her pain and feel her wrath.
The car is eventually bought by a young woman with no knowledge of the tormented soul trapped within, but from the moment they meet, there is a connection, a bond, a trust.
Over time, Grace reveals the tragic details of her past, and together they begin to assemble the long dormant clues of sasbotage and murder, all the while being pursued by a demented billionaire bent on destroying the car that had nearly killed him.
Grace is coming, and she will find her husband's killers or destroy herself trying.
...whichever comes first...
Part one: the flight
chapter two; aftermath
chapter three; the board
Part two, chapter four; the awakening
chapter five; the mechanic
chapter six; Dalton
chapter seven; Angel
Part three, chapter eight; Clyde
chapter nine; Allison
chapter ten; the bond
chapter eleven; new deal
chapter twelve; memories
chapter thirteen; rediscovered
chapter fourteen; allies
chapter fifteen; answers
chapter sizteen; the inspector
chapter seventeen; Drake
chapter eighteen; Montclair
Part four, chapter nineteen; stolen
chapter twenty; reunion
chapter twenty one; death tango
chapter twenty two; hope
chapter twenty three; revelations
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