Talking to the Dead by Bonnie Grove

Donna Fawcett/ Dawson recommends Talking to the Dead by Bonnie Grove

Bonnie Grove - Talking to the Dead
Name of publisher: David C. Cook Publishing
Genre: Suspense/mystery
About the book:

The story is of a woman, Kate, who finds that her husband continues to talk to her–even after he’s dead. It is a journey of twists and turns that take us through mourning, personal issues, marital struggles, screwy friendships and even screwier family relationships.
How did you find out about the book?

I was asked to review it.
What did you like about it?

I never knew what to expect next and Bonnie did a great job of dealing with areas of life that we tend to shy away from.
Who do you think would most benefit from reading this book?

Anyone whose family member is dealing with past abuse, depression, infidelity and anger issues. And for those who just love a good mystery–this fits the bill.
Where can others find it?

Bookstores across Canada and the States and on

Any other comments?

Bonnie takes a number of tough subjects, inserts her incredible humour, plays with word craft until it comes off as believable and leaves the reader with a book that teaches as much as it entertains. Well done!


Thanks for the recommendation, Donna! I’ve just finished reading Bonnie’s book and absolutely loved it! I can’t wait for her next one!



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  1. This is probably the best book I’ve read this year! Bonnie does an AWESOME job of telling Kate’s story, and I can’t wait to see more books from her.

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