Proof of Life
Since recovering from amnesia five years ago, Jessica Mack has done her best to ignore the voices that plague her from the spirit world. But when FBI agent Zach Smith wants her to use her “gift” to find an abducted four-year-old, she is forced to listen. Time is running out as Jessica, and Sage Boles, a man with a mysterious past, are guided by the voices to a seance, where they hope to get clues to the child’s whereabouts.
Comments from respected mediums and other readers about Proof of Life
“A delicious glimpse at what happens when the veil between the two worlds unexpectedly parts. I dare you to put this book down!” – Suzanne Giesemann, author of Messages of Hope
“Fiction can sometimes be a powerful and inspirational way to teach us about life and the afterlife. Proof of Life celebrates this truth.” – Gary E. Schwartz, PhD, University of Arizona, Author of “The Afterlife Experiments”
“A compassionate heroine bridges the divide between the spirit world and earthly evil in this well-paced thriller. Proof of Life will keep readers flipping pages all night!” S.W. Hubbard, Author of Another Man’s Treasure
“A wonderfully human voice, intense emotions, and a deep dive into the Afterlife. Lowe has created a brilliant backdrop in PROOF OF LIFE, allowing readers to explore life-altering questions via the eminently likable Jessica Mack.“ —K.J. Howe, international bestselling author of SKYJACK
“Proof of Life is a heart-wrenching and heartwarming story that explores the universe beyond the veil, delving into the universal questions we all contemplate.” Connie di Marco, author of the Zodiac Mysteries
“The voices recovering amnesiac Jessica Mack hears compel her to search for a missing four-year-old boy, a quest that leads her to the doorway between life and the afterlife and challenges her beliefs on every level. This story rocks.” DP Lyle award-winning author of the Jake Longly and Cain/Harper thriller series
US Book Reviews–Proof of Life: it’s a rave!
Five years removed from the most traumatizing night of her life that put her in an amnesiac state and took her young son away from her, Jessica Mack is thrust into a role that she is reluctant to occupy. A four-year-old boy has gone missing and is presumed to be in serious danger. Jessica’s ability to be a communication conduit with the deceased provides clues that she must act on with her inner circle of allies in order to rescue the boy before it’s too late. With her friend Zach Smith, an FBI agent with whom she solved a previous case, and Sage Boles, a mutual friend who has some secrets of his own but seemingly a big heart, Jessica must learn to use her gift/curse to prevent another tragedy from occurring.
Each of the characters in this book has so much personality that the reader can’t help but form a living image of them in their imagination. As a protagonist, Jessica has so much heart after having lost so much, plus wanting to find a purpose in her life no matter how she wishes that hers could be more normal and pleasant, that she becomes easily relatable. The mystery itself is a full-throttle, intensely suspenseful crisis that catches one’s breath away and demands that the pages keep turning. Using elements of forensics and the author’s knowledge in mediumship, and tying in neatly with not just the previous Jessica Mack story but the author’s celebrated Claudia Rose Forensic Handwriting Mystery series, there are equal parts coziness and suspense to this story. Readers who enjoy this genre will no doubt add Lowe to their list of preferred authors after this book.
RECOMMENDED by the US Review