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Killer Karma by Lee Killough

Killer Karma

by Lee Killough

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While I was reading this I kept thinking of James Herbert's book NOBODY TRUE. The premise for each book is about the same: person dies, their spirit / soul stays on the Earth and must solve the mystery of who killed the person's body. However, while Herbert's book was more moody and serious, Killough's book is more gripping and fun. The language reads as more comfortable. Events transpire as you might expect. There are even several modern references such as to Harry Potter. But then more interestingly, Cole (the dead person) is able to discover more powers. Things such as manifesting himself to others or taking over a body or teleporting to other locations. It was probably these powers which made the book more interesting. The fantasy of being able to have special abilities that others do not. It naturally appealed to the comic book fan within me. In total though, KILLER KARMA is an extremely fun read and one that I would highly recommend. ( )
  dagon12 | Dec 10, 2013 |
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In Lee Killough's Killer Karma, published by Books We Love, Inspector Cole Dunavan finds himself in the middle of a parking garage with no memory except of his murder. After remembering who he is and accepting that he is now a ghost, he has more problems. He is a ghost with no idea how being a ghost works.… (more)

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