When Susan's beloved husband Ian was killed in a helicopter accident in June 1994, she faced overwhelming despair. Her pain was compounded when her parents died just months later. But Susan had two children, a determined outlook and was on a mission to testify to the important work Ian had done in the struggle to bring peace and stability to Northern Ireland. She wrote a hugely successful book about Ian, but once she'd finished, she realised she herself was still in terrible pain. Gradually, though, she came to understand through the power of her angel guides and with help from clairvoyants that Ian was indeed, as she had suspected, still very much a real part of her life. This is a unique memoir of a one woman's struggle back from despair and of the inspirational help available to all of us from the spirit world. Susan never believed that she'd be beaten by what life had thrown at her and this is a story of warmth, humour, candour and faith to inspire us all.
Susan Phoenix is a nurse and psychologist who has worked extensively with the deaf community in Northern Ireland. She was married to Ian, a senior Ulster Constabulary officer who was killed in a helicopter accident in 1994. After she wrote a book about his life and work entitled POLICING THE SHADOWS she moved to France and then to Spain. She is a trained angel therapist and has two children.