The Undiscovered Deaths of Grace McGill

The Undiscovered Deaths of Grace McGill


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.

My Thoughts:

I loved the sound of this book, it sounded such a fresh and intriguing idea. It is all about Grace and her job, she is a lonely death cleaner, who is paid to remove, disinfect, soak, decontaminate and dispose after a body has lain undiscovered for a long time. That could be weeks, months or even years. I found Grace’s occupation unusual and I have never read a book where that is part of the story, so this story intrigued me even more especially why Grace does it. We get to know Grace more through out the story, it was interesting to learn about something that I am sure many people would never even think about, I could not work out where this story was going to lead, I had my suspicions but none of them were right. I found the ending was enthralling.

I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.

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