In the early years of the twentieth century, a young boy and his foster sister died. Their souls did not pass into Heaven, however, and the two young spirits waited patiently for their mother to come to them. Even though Rosemary Sullivan-McGinty couldn't see her dead son and foster daughter, her mother's intuition convinced her that they were still close at hand. She pined day in and day out, for her lost little ones, and she refused to leave the farmhouse. Rosemary died in 1940 and the old farmhouse in which their family lived - and died - would soon be abandoned. It has been empty since then. Now, one hundred years after the children died, their story is being told. Rosemary found a way, and through her beyond-the-grave collaboration with Sophie, the children were rescued from their farmhouse. This is the story of a mother's undying love for her children - and how that power reached far beyond the grave to help them find their way back to her on the other side. Author Jo Macleod has shaped this fictional tale around her own life experiences. This is their story, based on the true events of their spirit rescue.