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4.5 out of 5 stars
Dead as a Doorpost (DEAD(ish) Book 3)
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on 7 December 2013
So hilariously funny. People who are grumpy and care more about their reputation won't like it.

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on 7 March 2015
Great read for when you're bored or waiting for a train. Light entertainment with a a twist. Recommend all the books in the series.
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on 24 October 2013
Great read, brilliant irreverent humour. Pokes fun at the after-life and l am so glad not to be haunted by some of the marvellous characters in this series of book. Well done Kindle.
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on 16 May 2014
this item arrived in perfect condition and was exactly as advertised great job and I would recommend it to anyone
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on 24 December 2013
Ghosts and afterlife mixed up with Australian day to day living resulting in chaos and lots of fun with sexy angels and hot tubs and foot massages and a wicked sense of the macabre.
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on 14 February 2013
I like this series of books they are quite funny and has some quirky twists and turns.
An enjoyable quick read.
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on 3 August 2014
Loved all 3 of these short stories!
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on 12 February 2013
This was the last of 3 books I read and was very impressed with them. I never thought I would like short stories but these are great.
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on 1 October 2012
This book was great, only a short story but could not put it down, very comical and had me laughing out loud in some places. Highly recommended
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on 20 May 2011
Most books that depict heaven paint a picture of a place that's nice, where everyone is amenable and gets along. Booorrrringgg. I could deal with that, I guess. The angels playing harp music all day would put me to sleep though. If you really only have two choices then sure, boring is better than that eternal damnation thing.

I much prefer Kramer's heavenly ideal. The harps sound like electric guitars, that is when that is what the angels want. You work because it is fun and your choice. I'm not even going to discuss how sex is different from in that other boring version of heaven.

Linda's character has evolved during the series. In "DEAD (ish)," she was evil. I'll concede it was a playful kind of evil. Still evil. In "(technically) DEAD," she was finding her way, adapting to how things work in heaven.

In "DEAD (as a door post)," for the first time I didn't see Linda as evil and actually liked her character without reservation. Her wicked and irreverent sense of humor push all the right buttons for me. Linda has grown as a person, if you can do that after you're dead. She tries to be nice to others, until they give her reason not to be. It looks like her "work" in heaven is going to be helping others whose affairs need straightening out before they can completely move on from their earthly lives. It gives her a chance to snoop, cajole, and get pushy with people who are covering up. This suits Linda's personality perfectly.

If you'd like a glimpse of a better heaven and a chance to watch Linda in action as she clears up one more mystery to help someone's smooth transition to the afterlife, "DEAD (as a doorpost) is the book for you."

**Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog.**
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