by Paul A. Waters
The Obituarist - Dead people are the safest story around. They can’t answer back. But if you follow in death’s footsteps, it can be dangerous to get too close. An obituary writer seizes his chance when war heroes start dying. Brace yourself for handlebar moustaches, stiff drinks, greed, treachery and, of course, death. But with a twist.
“Mordant, funny, dark, teasing and ironic.”