The Shell of Sense by Olivia Howard Dunbar is ghost story told in the Point of View of the ghost.
A ghost lingers to see what people are saying about her after she died. She sees her sister and her widower husband talking to each other on the secret they carried while she was alive. Right away we learn that the ghost is telling the story. Most of the story can be guessed by the way that the ghost speaks. One can also tell that there is some romance about the story.
It’s a story about letting go, through a different perspective.
The Shell of Sense was originally published in 1939. The audio program I listened to was narrated by Jennifer James-Bradshaw.