Death is not the end. For Grace McGill, it's only the beginning.

When people die alone and undiscovered, it's her job to clean up what's left behind - whether it's clutter, bodily remains or dark secrets.

When an old man lies undetected in his flat for months, it seems an unremarkable life and an unnoticed death. But Grace knows that everyone has a story and that all deaths mean something more.

By Nicki

I was curious to read a crime novel from a different angle, which this book promised and delivered.

It’s difficult to say something about the plot without giving anything away, so I’ll just tell you that Grace could certainly be out there, warts and all, human. Driven by needs and history.

Many events and people feature in the story, but Grace is the common thread that keeps them all relevant.

She’ll be with me for a while!

“When a life ends, her work begins … Once you’ve met Grace McGill, you’ll never forget her. This is a spectacular, voice-driven mystery.”

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