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Dying is overrated. Murder is not.

Detective Oliver Tucker prefers to be the guy investigating shootings, not the guy getting shot. So when he returns as a ghost after being murdered in his home, it’s only natural for Tuck to investigate the most important case of his life—his own. Detective, solve thyself!

Piecing together cold cases, foggy memories, and eerie premonitions, Tuck fears that if he doesn’t figure out who pulled the trigger, his wife may be the next victim. Surprised to discover many earth-bound spirits chasing the same killer, Tuck’s unique perspective from the other side leads him to a chilling conclusion—it’s the living, not the dead, who are most terrifying.


2015 IPPY Award Gold Medal winner in Mystery/Cozy/Noir

“TJ O’Connor has a smash hit with his debut novel Dying to Know . . . I couldn’t stop reading.”—Stephen Frey, New York Times bestselling author

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    Unique mystery

    I love detective stories and this one really kept my attention. Detective Oliver Tucker (Tuck) heard a noise during the night so he got up to check it out. The intruder shot him. Even though he is dead, Tuck sees himself lying there with his wife crying beside him. Even though the only one who can see or hear him is his dog, Hurcule, Tuck decides to solve his murder. That's hard for him because he can't do the things he could when he was alive. Eventually, his wife Angel is able to hear him and he makes her his assistant because she can and will do things he can't. He tried to get his partner, Bear, to work with him, but Bear couldn't hear him. When Tuck saw Bear doing some suspicious things, he decides to just watch Bear to see what he is up to. This book is well written with lots of twists and turns in the story. I was a bit confused at times about who was a good guy and who wasn't. Since often the characters were both, it took me a while to figure things out. But it was well worth the time. I loved the ending and sure didn't see that coming. This is a fun murder mystery. How can a murder be fun? Read to find out. You won't regret it. Please note I won this book in a giveaway.


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