Dan Peterson and never given much thought to death ghosts or the afterlife. But now thanks to a U-turn in an empty parking lot, the death of a mysterious stranger, and a park bench where Mark Twain sits reading Huckleberry Finn, the dimensions after death is all Dan Peterson can think about. He has become obsessed with trying to solve a murder but has absolutely no idea where to begin. He is trying to survive in a world where the rules of polite society no longer apply. The boundaries between the living and the dead have become blurred and Dan's only chance to find peace in this new world is to solve the case of this strange murder. However, this task may prove to be far more difficult than Dan could have ever imagined. And he will learn far more than he ever wanted to know about the dimensions of life after death.