A haunting story of a man trying to solve the mysteries of his own death. This story stayed with me for days after finishing.
If you liked the TV series Dead Like Me, you'll enjoy this as well. At least I did.
The story of a man who finds himself dead and able to look into the minds of his family during his funeral.
From the back cover:
Nathan Clark's gravestone reads: At rest. But Nathan is not at rest, and knows he won't be until he finds out why he died. How has he come to hover over his own funeral, a spectral spectator to the grief of his family and friends? Privey now to their innermost thoughts and feelings, Nathan spends the day of his wake getting to know the living as he has never known them before. But why isn't Nathan's young daughter Lois at the wake? Who are the two strangers at the funeral, and why does their presence fill him with dread? Nathan knows he has only so long to unlock these mysteries, because he is drawn time and again to a room in his house he never knew existed - a room that holds a terrifying secret.
Story about a man that dies, but can view his own funeral. There are two people that he keeps seeing that scare him and he doesn't know why.