Justine Picardie is a journalist working most recently at Vogue and as editor of the Observer Magazine. She is now a full-time freelance writer and lives with her husband and two sons in London.
"A tender memoir [and] a provocative tour of...psychic labyrinths." "An extraordinary investigation...an illuminating and uplifting read. It is the authenticity of Picardie's emotional and intellectual quest, and her conclusions about life and love as much as death, that make this book so hopeful and engaging." "Tackles some of the most important developments in psychic research during the 20th century. The result is a book of great discipline...investigating the limits of what we know about being both dead and alive." "Poignant, moving, and funny. An honest and searingly emotional account of a journey of the spirit. If you've lost someone close, you will find it deeply comforting." "Is there life after death? Picardie's life after Ruth's demise, and her luminous memorial to her, virtually proves that there is."