Morgue Drawer Next Door

Morgue Drawer Next Door Review

Life and death are not so black and white at the city morgue in Cologne, Germany. There, Dr. Martin Gänsewein spends his days autopsying dead bodies—and conversing with a ghost named Pascha. They are an odd couple, to be sure: a shy, scrupulous forensic pathologist and a gregarious former car thief whose murder Martin reluctantly helped solve in Morgue Drawer Four.

As the second installment of Jutta Profijt’s popular series opens, a recently convalesced Martin returns to work anxious for a little peace and quiet and hoping that Pascha has finally gone into the light. Not only is the doctor out of luck, but the morgue soon welcomes Marlene, the spirit of a nun killed in the fire that ravaged her medieval convent and home.

Though disappointed that his new sidekick isn’t a leggy blonde, Pascha empathizes with the recently deceased holy sister—and suspects the fire that claimed her life was no accident. The ghosts are determined to uncover the truth, but they can’t do it without Martin’s help. Together with Martin’s girlfriend Birgit, the trio embarks upon a madcap (and frequently hilarious) adventure that will enchant readers from beginning to end.

Title:Morgue Drawer Next Door
Edition Language:English

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  • Katy

    Review can also be viewed by clicking this link.Book Info: Genre: Paranormal Thriller Reading Level: Adult Expected publication: book available 7/17/12My Thoughts: I adored the first book in this seri...

  • Amy Corwin

    After having done a bunch of reviews and reading hundreds of other reviews, I've come to the conclusion that the reading experience is an intensely personal thing. What one person likes, another may l...

  • Cathy Cole

    When I read the first book in this series, Morgue Drawer Four, I wondered just how long this premise would be able to last. After all, pairing the ghost of a poorly educated, outgoing young car thief ...

  • Sarah

    I enjoyed the first book in this series so was very pleased to get the chance to read the second book. I was keen to see how the relationship between coroner Martin and ghost Pascha developed. In this...

  • Ikarus

    Der erste Teil hat mir eindeutig viel besser gefallen. Der Krimi ist nicht schlecht geschrieben, aber der Hauptcharakter fängt an zu nerven....

  • Sherron L Pace

    Laughingly I read these murder mysteriesThese are the most fun I have had reading in a very long time. They are interesting entertaining and a joy to read.I would suggest that anyone who likes to read...

  • Shelby

    Picking upThe addition of new characters and pascha’s evolution made this book better than the previous one. I look forward to more poltergeist activity....

  • LJB

    OK, More than OK!Not quite as charming as the first in the series, but a satisfying light read. I do like the characters, both living and dead!...

  • Kate

    Excellent series, great characters, funny and off the beaten track. ...

  • Cockneylen

    Enjoyable read. I felt it took a little while to get going, but was worth it. Liked it, but not over the moon about it....