Dead Man Calling : Undertaker Mysteries

  • by Kendra Ashe
  • Narrated by Susan Eichhorn Young
  • Series: Undertaker Mysteries
  • 3 hrs and 50 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Want total chaos? Mix ghosts, with a sexy werewolf, a crazy monkey, and a totally lost reaper!
Jazz Sweeney has just inherited a mortuary, which would be so bad, except she has also inherited the ghosts that go with it.
Life suddenly changes for Jazz when she receives an inheritance from her long lost grandfather. She bids farewell to her job at Happy Days Burgers and sets out to convert Blackwell Rest into a nightclub.
But she has a few surprises coming her way.
It would seem that her estranged grandfather's accidental death, might not have been an accident. If this isn't bad enough, old man Blackwell's pet monkey now needs a home, and the ghosts that come along with her inheritance, need a new psychic detective to help them with all their unfinished business, which usually involves murder.
And then things get worse!
A murder victim is discovered in the cemetery, and he just happens to be a member of the biker club known as the Death Dogs. To complicate matters, Jazz may have been a witness to the murder, kind of.
Brock Logan, the leader of the Death Dogs, has taken an interest in her, which opens up a whole new can of worms. He's one hot bad boy, and exactly the kind of guy she doesn't need in her life.
Caught in the middle of a biker war and a murder investigation, Jazz begins to think that working at Happy Days Burgers might not have been such a bad deal.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful


I just couldn't seem to get as involved in this one as I had expected to. It didn't seem terribly coherent, and ambled along without really getting anywhere. But I got it on the cheap as Whispersync, so it's all good.
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- Jan

Potential not achieved

The story is really unique but execution was terrible. The narrator's voice was monotone through out the complete story. I was only half listening. For much of the short story people are getting acquainted or I though they were.

At some point Jazz is recounting her experiences and I discovered she was kidnapped twice. I could not tell from the narrator's tone.
There is an interesting werewolf angle which is unique but is underdeveloped and it is directly tired into the reaper angle.

I don't know what others have read because the other reviews were really good. That is why I tried this out.

Beware. If your credits are dear to you pass on this one.
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- Yvonne

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-08-2016
  • Publisher: Lavine Press