Reviewed by Elaine Pasquali
Rudy McCann spent several years in prison for the accidental death of a hitchhiker, Lisa Marie. Just as he’s getting his life back on track, with a fiancé, Katie, and a job repossessing cars, a stranger tells him he was not responsible for Lisa Marie’s death. Ruddy stumbles onto additional information that leads him to believe that Lisa Marie was the victim of a serial killer. Did I mention that Ruddy also shares his body with Alan, Katie’s dead father. Is Alan an hallucination or a ghost? A quirky, fun read.
How many stars does the book deserve?: ☆☆