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    Topper Meets MYPD Blue

    Inspector Cole Dunavan is a man with problems. He's just been murdered in a parking garage by an unknown assailant. He'd been a good officer working overtime on a felony case--obsessively--but now he's a ghost. His obession isn't over, however, for now, on top of the fraud/arson case he's been puzzling over, he has his own murder to solve. An informant he's been pumping has also disappeared, and he's afraid that she too has been murdered. Where his source has gone, the whereabouts of his own corpse, his work-mates apprehension and his wife's suspicions concerning his recent spate of unexplained late nights, are just a few of the challenges the ghostly inspector faces. Added to all there is the apparent impossibility of communicating with the living. It seems there are lots of rules in the new world Dunnaven inhabits, and he has to figure them out quickly. The author's construction of the strange reality faced by the earth-bound inspector is handled imaginatively, and I found myself accepting the step by step process Dunavan goes through as he finds his way. "Killer Karma" is an involving cross-genre novel which successfully combines a nicely-plotted murder mystery with a paranormal. There were occasional typos and word omissions, but because the characterizations were excellent (among them a truly terrifying psychotic) and the story unusual and creative, I'm still going for 4 stars.

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