Sheriff Evan Stovall and Officer Josh Constance have had some pretty strange cases fall into their laps. Angels and spirits have a way of finding them. So when they receive a call to verify that a ghost is in residence, they take it as a pretty routine research opportunity.
Meanwhile, in Tremor, the afterlife goes on as usual until a little girl missing part of her soul shows up.
And a drowned man discovers that Hell might have been better than what he got in the end.
It all started with a ghost hunt. Then the hunt got wilder--and more terrifying--than anyone could possibly imagine.
What would you do if you were about to die and weren’t good enough for Heaven or bad enough for Hell? What if you were given three choices and only had a few days to decide what your future would be? What would you do?
Being a ghost isn’t so bad, but being a ghost racing against the clock sucks—especially when, if you lose, you might end up in Hell. The countdown has started and Cin and Jess only have until someone decides to pull the plugs on their life support to decide what to do. Detective Bruce Miller of the Nashville Metro PD is just trying to do his job—and right now, his job is to find a rapist. The problem is, the victim is in the hospital and her doctor won’t let him near her. When a second victim is found raped and murdered, he knows his job is on the line. Then the trail leads him to a child sex ring and implicates the Chief of Police, and he knows he’s in trouble.
Cinthia McRenolds was an ordinary girl living an ordinary life. At least, she was until she and her best friend Jess wind up in a little town called Tremor. Now they’re faced with deciding whether to return to brain-damaged bodies and try to do something good enough to get them into Heaven, reincarnate, or stay in Tremor. Not exactly an easy choice, especially after witnessing the Hell Parade that passes through Tremor on a regular basis.
More than mosquitos are eating the good folks of Springfield, Tennessee.
Joshua Constance, a detective for Nashville Metro PD gets asked to help Evan Stovall, a sheriff of a small town called Springfield, catch a killer that’s eating its prey. It’s a case where the dead are piling up and the killer can’t be caught. For Evan and Josh, with the help of Josh’s dead partner, Bruce Miller, and a sometimes angel named Brad, the chase is on and there’s Hell to pay.
Detective Josh Constance was sure it was just a case of a runaway teen when he agreed to look into the case. What he finds scares him to his soul and sends him and his partner, Evan Stovall, on a race to find something not quite human before it finds them. Death is on the move and Josh is on its to do list.