Madness, ghosts and the sins of the father haunt the pages of this book. Fragile Jillian, divorced and pregnant, runs like a wounded animal to the only real home she's ever known, in Pawleys Island, South Carolina. Disreputable Linc returns to town wealthy, bitter and with an agenda. And Jillian's daughter Grace has an imaginary friend that knows long-buried secrets.

Jillian and Linc are bound together by the past—only now their old ties begin re-forming in new, adult ways. Grace, with her innocent heart and old soul, guides the two toward a dangerous truth.

The Color of Light unfolds in mysterious layers, giving a glimpse of the mystical, ghostly possibilities as White tells her tale of love, death and hope. The reader will hear the ocean roar and the seagulls scream as the past reluctantly gives up its ghosts in this beautiful, enticing and engrossing novel. (Jun., 288 pp., $12.95)
Reviewed by: 
Mary Connealy