My career in the death care profession spanned a decade but encompassed the industry from several perspectives. What tied all these together was my role as a driver for the dead.
Sometimes I was a funeral driver, other times I picked up from morgues, and in another capacity I picked up the deceased from the scenes of car accidents, shootings, hit and runs, and worse. Finally, I cleaned up after homicides, accidents, and suicides as a side business.
I could have organized it in a logical, linear fashion, but that's not how I remember it. My experiences varied widely and the pacing of the job was frenetic, fascinating, heartbreaking, and strangely edifying. Like death itself, it was always unpredictable.
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Not for the feint of heart
As a Forensic Science student I found this a very interesting book and a good supplement to my lectures!
This is a job many people don't think about, gives an interesting insight! I found it very informative.
The author goes into detail of crime scenes, so I would say not suitable for younger readers and think twice if your an adult that doesn't like blood and gore.
The narrator did a good job with a tricky subject.
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