Phantom Lover - Dead & Busy Episode 2

Why All These Deadies Keep Flocking Around Dave?

"It was bad enough, I can assure you, finding a half-naked ectoplasm sitting at my desk, but she had to talk nonsense too . . .

Dave Callaghan is used to having ghosts drop by uninvited at all hours. But this time he is in for a new experience, and you must get ready for a good laugh! More
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About Kfir Luzzatto

Kfir Luzzatto is the author of eleven novels, several short stories and seven non-fiction books. Kfir was born and raised in Italy, and moved to Israel as a teenager. He acquired the love for the English language from his father, a former U.S. soldier, a voracious reader, and a prolific writer. He holds a PhD in chemical engineering and works as a patent attorney. In pursuit of his interest in the mind-body connection, Kfir was certified as a Clinical Hypnotherapist by the Anglo European College of Therapeutic Hypnosis.

Kfir is an HWA (Horror Writers Association) and ITW (International Thriller Writers) member.

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About the Series: Dead & Busy
Being murdered is distressing. But the annoyance may be alleviated, at least a bit, if you can find out who murdered you and get even with him. To that end, you need the help of a paranormal detective like Dave Callaghan.

Dave is not pleased to find a presumed dead mobster drinking scotch in his armchair. He is definitely unhappy when this atypical zombie engages him to find out who shot him. But the worse is yet to come, when Dave's girlfriend gets involved.

"Dave Callaghan is not here to bring you profound, life-changing thoughts; only quick, unadulterated fun."

Episodes 1 - 4 of the DEAD & BUSY series:

#1 - Accidental Lazarus
#2 - Phantom Lover
#3 - Mice
#4 - The Accountant

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