Technically Dead

Rated 3.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Cooper's dead. But what's a nerd to do when Heaven doesn't believe in technology, and hell's hotter than an overclocked CPU? Panicking and running away back to Earth seems a perfectly logical reaction, especially since his beloved computer hasn't come with him.

This is a very short book - novelette length.

It contains frequent foul language, adult themes, nerd-speak and Aussie insults. More

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About Naomi Kramer

Naomi Kramer is an Australian author living in Queensland. She's addicted to coffee, dyes her hair odd colours, and looks a little like a corporate hippy on weekdays. She loves the beach, and her dream is to own a world-class barista.

About the Series: Deadish
Murder mysteries investigated by Linda, a dead amateur sleuth, and Trent, a live private investigator.

Also in Series: Deadish

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Review by: Andre' Mwansa on March 9, 2018 :
Okay, I really liked book 1 of this series.

Book 2? Not really my thing. I didn't mind the foul-language, but the story? Wha....?

Complete absurd. Comes out like a 'Crazy ex-girlfriend' startup song.

Cheap? But still have regrets buying this book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Lisa Henderson on Jan. 22, 2012 : (no rating)
Loved it, loved it, loved it. Keeps you interested from start to finish. Very hard to put down. Wanted it to last forever. I will contiue to read all of Naomia's books. Thanks for a great read.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)
Review by: mish on March 29, 2011 :
Rating = 3 (I liked it)

I would describe it as a ghost story wrapped in an afterlife mystery and tied with a big bow of snark, then sprinkled with a generous amount of cuss words (though I think the first book may have had even more cussing). If you read the first short story in this series, DEAD(ish), then you are familiar with the characters of Trent and Linda, who work together again in this book to solve another ghostly mystery. Though I wasn't that happy with the whodunit (or maybe I should say howdunit), but it gets brownie points for the lol cat reference that made me,!

If you are inclined to read a humorous, snarky, cuss-filled, Aussie mystery, then this might be the short story for you. Since short stories don't really have a lot of room for back story, I recommend starting with the first story, DEAD(ish), which happens to be available free at Smashwords at the time of this post.
(reviewed 18 days after purchase)
Review by: Lisa Henderson on Jan. 29, 2011 :
I really enjoyed this book. Wished it would have been longer.
(reviewed 31 days after purchase)
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