Eccentric tobacco tycoon Rodger Hawthorne III can have anything his heart desires
except his dead wife, Sarah. Feeling responsible for the car crash
that killed her twenty years earlier, he offers one million dollars to
anyone who can find her spirit and bring it to him within one week or
the money is forfeited. Six spiritually-challenged—but highly
intuitive—women find his ad over the Internet and accept his challenge
only to embark on a journey they didn’t quite expect that covers astral
traveling, past life regressions and spiritual encounters of the
unworldly kind. While this book is lightly based on a true story of a
real man who is offering one million dollars to anyone who can prove
that spirits exist, this story is purely fictional.
Or is it?