Deceased they might be, but in Ludo Scully’s head the famous dead could turn into nice little earners by agreeing to endorse companies. How to chat to the dead, though? Step forward God, universally accepted by believers as all powerful and so able to natter with the dead and the living at will. But who on earth could God relay the dead’s lucrative endorsement messages to? Enter money-grubbing Arnold Ratledge, heavily persuaded by Scully to re-invent himself as the world’s Fourth Prophet with a direct line to God. Dead Wringers, the final book in the Ratskull Trilogy, not only takes modern satire to new levels, but has a riveting plot line, stuffed with fascinating research. Humour, suspense, great originality and astonishing facts, what’s not to like.