Good Cop, Dead Cop

Alex Munroe hated being dead, but he hated not being a cop even Luckily the discovery of the afterlife means death isn t quite the disability it once was and new technology has allowed him to partner with rookie cop Linda Yamaguchi Of course technology still can t give him a physical body or the ability to interact with the billions of other dead people, except throAlex Munroe hated being dead, but he hated not being a cop even Luckily the discovery of the afterlife means death isn t quite the disability it once was and new technology has allowed him to partner with rookie cop Linda Yamaguchi Of course technology still can t give him a physical body or the ability to interact with the billions of other dead people, except through the Internet But technology has allowed Alex to expand his mind and access the world of information in ways he would have never thought possible when alive, which is a useful skill when the dead start to go missing, and it s up to Alex and Linda to solve the mystery of their disappearance.
Good Cop Dead Cop Alex Munroe hated being dead but he hated not being a cop even Luckily the discovery of the afterlife means death isn t quite the disability it once was and new technology has allowed him to partner

  • Title: Good Cop, Dead Cop
  • Author: Jennifer Petkus
  • ISBN: 9780615484044
  • Page: 150
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Good Cop, Dead Cop”

    1. I liked the concept behind this book - there is an afterlife, but it's on Earth. The dead are disembodied minds or spirits that can perceive the physical world, but can't interact with it, nor can they perceive each other. This isolation has caused many of them to go mad. Then, new technology makes it possible for them to access the Internet, allowing them to talk to the living and to each other.The main character, Alex Munroe, is a dead police officer who's working for the Denver Police Departm [...]

    2. Jennifer Petkus is a Denver author who is doing the city proud, and I'm not just saying that because Tattered Cover (my employer) plays a roll in the book. The concept of this book is absolutely brilliant--the afterlife has been discovered, teeming with all the people who have ever died. Until just recently, they had no way to talk to each other let alone the living world, and sadly, many have gone insane from the isolation. But now the internet is able to help--these disembodied folks can sign [...]

    3. brilliant- unique book- so very well written- a true original-very highly recommended. Character,plot and locations so finely drawn!A JAMES MASON COMMUNITY BOOK CLUB MUST READRick FriedmanFounderTHE JAMES MASON COMMUNITY BOOK CLUB

    4. Good Cop Dead Cop by Jennifer Petkus is set in Denver, Colorado, not somewhere I am personally acquainted with, however the author depicts it as a location very clearly. In fact, everything Jennifer Petkus writes about is done in a way that assures the reader she knows exactly what she's talking about. On the surface the book reads like a straightforward police procedural with a couple of cops, Alex Munroe and Linda Yamaguchi, who are working together on a series of cases. There's the usual chee [...]

    5. Alex Munroe is a dead cop who uses technology to partner with a live, much younger, female rookie cop, Linda Yamaguchi. Technology allows him to communicate with her and the billions of other dead people through the Internet. Munroe and Yamaguchi work mainly with “disembodied” witnesses to crimes. Occasionally they are called out to rescue someone or assist with SWAT situations. The disembodied start to disappear and no one by Munroe and Yamaguchi think there’s a problem. This book is an i [...]

    6. Good Cop, Dead CopThis is the most imaginative story that I have read in a long time. I loved the this author built for the dead citizens.I love the dead detective Munroe. Then ending was fairly satisfying. But you know the mystery isn't resolved yet.So looking forward to read what happens next!

    7. Really interesting premise that when you die, your soul hangs around and through the "Afternet" you can communicate. Different!

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