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Summary

Death is not an alibi.

There are laws that even the dead must obey: no hijacking the bodies of the living, no possessing corpses...and never speak of the Dark.

It's the job of police exorcist Arphallo Sirus and his murdered partner, Sam Trent, to enforce these laws. No one ever said working the Dead Beat was easy, but now it's become nearly impossible as the ghosts and the living alike commit theft and murder in search of answers to the mysteries of life, death, and what lies beyond.

The Dead Beat is a short story serial. This is the final volume.

©2012 Erica Lindquist (P)2013 Erica Lindquist

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  • Blackeagle
  • 03-03-21

Enjoyable Stories

I enjoyed this book because it was a little more detailed. I received this book from Audiobooks Unleashed and this is my honest unbiased review.

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  • Montzalee W
  • 06-01-21

A great series and fantasy world!

The Dead Beat
Volume 3
By: Erica Lindquist, Aron Christensen
Narrated by: Daniel Dorse
This continues the story of the exorcisms and ghost detective. They encounter lots of danger, suspense, and friendship. It's an interesting and exciting series. Wish there was more in the series! The narrator was ok.
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  • Dennis
  • 09-12-20

Little Boy?

The Little Boy the oldest ghost and the gate keeper who, what and were was he from this is his story really in this book where his home was, who he was and what he really wanted. He had been caught in this battle between the dead and living as the gate keeper and now since the gates to heaven and hell had been closed the makers of rules both the living and the dead. Being the oldest ghost he was now fighting the good and evil of both the living and dead and he was tired and wanted to rest but to he had to find the right person, find balance between the light and dark, the living and the dead and finally the good and evil of both living and the dead. You take the final trip for Little Boy and meet him in his home long gone now and see the final battle that will end all battles and who will win or take his place. The ending does not say but you have a feeling you know and you see Little Boy does get what he wants and you leave the book with good feeling and a smile were book one and two you are left in suspense and questions.